Chris Henry Coffey

Chris Henry Coffey (born May 1, 1971 in Green Bay, Wisconsin) is an American-born actor, perhaps best known for his portrayal of an Internet predator in the 2011 David Schwimmer-directed film Trust, also starring Clive Owen, Catherine Keener and Viola Davis. Coffey was praised for his "tour-de-force performance... giving a shockingly convincing performance that is equally perverse and plausible". Roger Ebert also singled Coffey out in his legendary "Best films of 2011" compilation. In April 2012, Coffey starred in the short film BFF, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was written and directed by Neil LaBute. A 1999 graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Coffey has been seen on some of the most respected stages across the country, originating roles in Richard Nelson’s "Frank's Home" directed by Robert Falls (Playwrights Horizons, NYC, Goodman Theater, Chicago, IL), Richard Nelson's How Shakespeare Won the West (Huntington Theater, Boston, MA) and working along side Arthur Miller in his penultimate play, Resurrection Blues, directed by Mark Lamos (Old Globe Theater, San Diego, CA). Additional theatrical credits of Mr.


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