Barrett Foa

Barrett Foa ( born September 18, 1977 in Manhattan, New York City ) is an American actor, known for his role as Eric Beale in NCIS: Los Angeles

Life and career

Barrett Foa was born in Manhattan in 1977. Since he was already at the age of three years, a puzzle was put together in record time, was taken from the Dalton School. There he spent his last years of school. While he was in Dalton, he spent all four summers at Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan. There he pursued his interest in theater. He studied it, acting at the University of Michigan, where he graduated with the degree Bachelor of Fine Arts. Foa spent a semester in the world and studied Shakespeare and acting at RADA in London. In the summer Foa worked at a Johnson - Liff Casting. He spent every summer in theater groups, including the London Barn Playhouse, at the Maine State Music Theater, the Music Theatre of Wichita and at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera.

After college, Foa got his first role as Jesus in the Off- Broadway revival Godspell. After that, he starred in many other productions. His Broadway debut was in 2001 in the original cast of the musical Mamma Mia!. He left it after six months to take a three-month job at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, California, where he took the role in a new musical.

After playing the Matt in The Fantasticks in St. Louis Muny, he was selected to Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing at the Hartford Stage and the Shakespeare Theater in Washington, DC to play. He also played the Mordred in Camelot at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey.

His last performance of Frederic in Pirates!. , he played in a version of The Pirates of Penzance in 2007 2009 Foa said for the supporting role of Eric Beale in the television series NCIS: LA before. In January 2010 the role was then expanded to the leading role.

Filmography (selection)

  • 2009: Numbers - The logic of the crime ( Numb3rs, TV series, one episode)
  • 2009: Navy CIS ( NCIS, television series, two episodes)
  • 2009: The Closer (TV series, one episode)
  • 2009-2010: Entourage (TV series, two episodes)
  • Since 2009: NCIS: Los Angeles ( NCIS: Los Angeles, TV Series )
  • 2011: Submissions Only (TV series, one episode)