Cole Doman

Cole Doman is a trained stage and film actor living in Brooklyn, NY.

During his time in Chicago, he worked with Drury Lane Oakbrook, Chicago Shakespeare, Chicago Dramatists, and studied at the School at Steppenwolf under Amy Morton, Tarell Alvin McCraney, Michael Patrick Thornton, and more. Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune named Cole among the "Hot New Faces of Chicago Theater" in 2015.

He made his film debut as the titular role in the critically acclaimed Henry Gamble's Birthday Party directed by Stephen Cone, streaming on Criterion Channel. He has profiles with IndieWire, OUT, Milk.xyz, and was featured as one of "Best Breakout Performances of 2016" by The Film Stage.

Up next, he can be seen in Uncle Frank (Amazon Studios, Sundance 2020) as young Frank Bledsoe played by Paul Bettany from writer/director Alan Ball to be released Thanksgiving day.

He will also appear as Mark Segal in the forthcoming HBO Max limited series EQUAL from executive producers Greg Berlanti & Jim Parson about the unsung heroes of the LGBTQ+ movement leading up to Stonewall.
Location New York
Union SAG/AFTRA
Union 2 Equity
Height 5'8"
Hair Blonde
Eyes Blue