Lou Ursone is a life-long Stamford resident and proud alumnus of Stamford High and The University of Connecticut. As a professional actor he has appeared on many daytime dramas including a recurring role on the ABC-TV “soap” – LOVING. Other TV work has included principal roles on UNSOLVED MYSTERIES and RESCUE 911. He has appeared in numerous film, commercial and industrial film programs. He has performed extensively throughout the northeast including many Connecticut theatres: The Goodspeed Opera House, Music Theatre of CT, Summer Theatre of New Canaan and at Curtain Call, to name a few. Since September 2000, Lou has served as Executive Director of Curtain Call, Inc., Stamford’s longest running, year round nonprofit producing theatre company. His successes there have seen him named as Connecticut’s Arts Administrator of the Year in 2008 when he received the Elizabeth Mahaffey Fellowship; the organization was recognized with The Governor’s Award for Excellence in Culture and Tourism in 2011 and, most recently, the ACE Award for Excellence in Arts & Culture from the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County. Lou has been an active volunteer for Junior Achievement both locally and nationally for more than 30 years. He served on the Board of Directors of the Darien Arts Center for eight years, currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for Stamford Magazine and on the Samuel French Advisory Committee. Lou lives in Stamford with his wife, Jan.
- Company:Curtain Call