Evan Bergman is an Atlanta-based actor, theatre director, and educator. His most recent credits include Jerry and Marge go Large, Are You There God? It’s me, Margaret, and the french chef, Charles, in the Adult Swim Pilot Lusty Crest which won its comedic category at SXSW 2020. He can also be seen in numerous commercials and independent features. He served as the acting coach on the short film East’s Paradise. He founded Actors Room Atlanta where he does private acting coaching and self-taping for actors. Recent stage credits include A Streetcar Named Desire, Burn This, Big Love, The Merchant of Venice, and Peter and the Starcatcher.
Evan is co-Artistic Director of
Arvold Warner Studio in Atlanta, Ga.
He has been an acting instructor at the University of Virginia, Ohio University, University of Kentucky, and Transylvania University and has taught acting at various studios in Atlanta. He also founded Actors Room Atlanta where he does private acting coaching and self-taping for actors. Evan trained in the Meisner Approach to acting with renowned acting teacher Maggie Flanigan at her two-year conservatory in NYC. He also trained in Viewpoints and Suzuki with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company in their Saratoga Intensive. Evan holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting, awarded by the University of Virginia.