ZAMAR MALIK GRIFFIN
Actor, Singer, Dancer
NEWS AND UPDATES
PROFESSIONAL AND NATIONAL TOUR DEBUT
Starting in August of 2019, Zamar is very excited to be going on tour as Marshall, the firefighter Dalmatian, in PAW Patrol Live! "The Great Pirate Adventure" for Nick Jr. This will be his professional debut, as well as his first national tour, post graduation.
For more information click the link below:
Hairspray (Seaweed J. Stubbs) - Georgia Repertory Theatre - Brenda May Ito, dir.
Young Frankenstein (Ziggy/Ensem./Dance Captain) - Georgia Repertory Theatre - David Turner, dir.
Newsies: The Musical (Buttons) - Springer Opera House - Shane Hall, dir.
Elf: The Musical (Ensemble) - Springer Opera House - Matthew Swindell, dir.
Guys and Dolls (Nicely-Nicely Johnson) - CSU Mainstage - Brenda May Ito, dir.
Children of Eden (Cain) - CSU Lab Theatre - Dylan Schindler, dir
Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook (Handsome Warren/Fireman*) CSU Children’s Tour - Brenda May Ito, dir.
Dog Sees God (Beethoven) - CSU Lab Theatre - De’Marcus Monroe, dir
The Wedding Singer (Ensemble) - CSU Mainstage - Molly Claassen, dir.
Wiley and the Hairyman (Wiley) - CSU One-Act Festival - Hannah Glass, dir.
*Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Semi-Finalist (KC/ACTF: Region IV)
BFA Theatre Performance with minor in Dance & Musical Theatre Certificate
from Columbus State University (Columbus, Georgia)
2-years of Meisner training: Larry McDonald
Acting on Camera: Larry McDonald
Shakespeare & Acting Styles: David Turner
Voice and Movement:
Lessac Kinesenic (Voice & Body): David Turner
Vocal: Dr. Michelle DeBryun/ Leah Partridge
Jazz: Karyn Tomczak/ Jamila Turner/ Colleen Hargis
Modern/Contemporary: Colleen Hargis
Tap: Karyn Tomczak/ Patty Maguire
Afro-Caribbean/Salsa: Jamila Turner/ Stephanie Pace
Unarmed, Quarterstaff, & Rapier/Dagger
Stunts (Reverse Helicopter, Cartwheel, Round Off), Can Wiggle Ears, Basic Sight Reading, Twerk,
Dialects (London/Cockney, Euphonic Neutral, Southern, New York)
GUYS AND DOLLS
"a plethora of toe-tapping numbers such as “Luck Be A Lady” and “Sit Down (You’re Rocking The Boat)” performed by a high energy ensemble of performers, the show kept audiences either dancing in their seats or on the edge of their seats from the side-splitting laughter."