BACK TO SCHOOL WITH DAVID HARBOUR
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7th
GRAND BALLROOM, STAMP
DOORS OPEN at 8:00 PM
SHOW STARTS at 9:00 PM
DOORS CLOSE at 9:30 PM
FREE TICKETS TO UMD COMMUNITY
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE STAMP TICKET OFFICE STARTING FRIDAY AUGUST 31st @ 12PM.
YOU MUST HAVE A VALID UMD ID
ABOUT THE EVENT
David Harbour will have a moderated conversation about his work on "Stranger Things", upcoming projects and more! There will also be an opportunity for audience Q&A!
Emmy and Tony nominated actor David Harbour has gained a reputation as one of the most versatile actors around, consistently delivering compelling performances on film, television and stage. For his role as Chief Jim Hopper in Netflix’s smash hit Stranger Things, Harbour has been nominated for an Emmy, Golden Globe, SAG, and Critics’ Choice Award. He won the 2016 SAG Award as part of the ensemble and recently won the 2018 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Stranger Things is a supernatural period drama written and directed by The Duffer Brothers, and executive produced by Shawn Levy. Also starring Winona Ryder, it premiered on the streaming service in the summer of 2016, to wide critical and audience acclaim. Season two of the show premiered on October 27, 2017; production on season three began in April 2018.
On the big screen, Harbour will next star in a reboot of the popular Hellboy franchise, which Lionsgate will release on January 11, 2019.
In film, he was most recently seen in the action thriller Sleepless, and David Ayer’s DC blockbuster Suicide Squad, with Will Smith, Jared Leto, and Margot Robbie. Before that, he appeared in Scott Cooper’s Black Mass opposite Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Joel Edgerton. The ﬁlm follows the true story of Whitey Bulger, the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston. Harbour portrayed corrupt FBI agent John Morris, who allows Whitey to evade law enforcement.
Harbour’s additional film credits include The Equalizer, opposite Denzel Washington, A Walk Among Tombstones, co-starring Liam Neeson, Parkland, End of Watch, Revolutionary Road, Thin Ice, Brokeback Mountain, The Green Hornet, Quantum of Solace, W.E., and Between Us.
On the small screen, Harbour was recently seen in WGN America’s 1940’s series Manhattan as rival scientist Reed Akley. The series was created and written by Sam Shaw (“Masters of Sex”) and directed by Emmy Award-winning director Thomas Schlamme (“The West Wing”). Other TV credits include Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom, NBC’s State of Affairs, Rake, and Pan Am.
A Tony nominee for the revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Harbour’s other theatre credits include Fifth of July, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Merchant of Venice, Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love, and The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center Theater.
Harbour graduated from Dartmouth College with a double-major in drama and Italian. He currently resides in New York.