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Justin Larsche

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Justin Larsche is an emerging actor who lives and performs in Fort Myers, Florida. He plays the monster, Caliban, in Shakespeare’s The Tempest for Lab Theater – a 17th century character that presaged JRR Tolkien’s Smeagol (Gollum).

His acting credits to date include Mark in The Shadow Box for New Phoenix Theatre, Sheriff of Nottingham in Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance’s production of Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood, lovestruck lawyer Burnette Lloyd in Beth Henley’s Southern Gothic tragi-comedy Crimes of the Heart, Body and Sold, Count Orsino in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (where he played opposite Holly Hagan) and Larry in Patric Marber’s Closer (for Tellers’ Theatre Co.). He has also gained experience performing in Lab Theater’s 2018 24-Hour Playwriting Project (he was a cast member in Candice Sanzari’s Critics’ Choice winner, “Thanksgiving is for Nutters”), on board the Murder Mystery Train, and as a member of his own character entertainment company, Heroes and Villains.

Larsche has also appeared in two short films for Godbout Entertainment, Obsession in 2019 (which is available on YouTube) and as a Russian mobster named Yuri in 2014 in The Trade.

May 4, 2019; revised November 8, 2021.

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