Kenneth Heaton appeared as Paul in Poetic Theater Productions’ award-winning Goliath at The Wild Project in New York City, and in the 2014 West Coast tour. Prior to that he played H.F. Sullivan in I Will Go, I Will Go, at The Barrow Street Theater (NY). His other roles include Harold in In Vino Veritas at La Mama (NY), Werner Heisenberg in The Company’s production of Copenhagen in New Jersey. John Proctor in The Crucible, Lennie in Of Mice and Men, and Boolie in Driving Miss Daisy, all for the Phoenix Theater in Arizona. Other credits include Master Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Ferdinand in The Tempest for the Arizona Shakespeare Festival, and as Gary Gauger in The Exonerated for Connecticut Heritage Productions. He was a regular performer and writer for the New York City-based sketch comedy troupe Oculingus. In short films, he has been seen in Big Muddy and Going South, both at the Cannes Film Festival; Esther (Best Short, Athens Film Festival); Old Bay (Best supporting actor nomination, St. Tropez Film Festival). Also a playwright, his Safe Havens earned him a Fulbright Fellowship to Croatia. He has an MFA in playwriting from the Yale Drama School.