Tarell Alvin McCraney Net Worth

Tarell Alvin McCraney was born on October 17, 1980, is Writer, Actor, Producer. Tarell Alvin McCraney is a writer and actor, known for Anh Trang (2016), Untitled Tarell Alvin McCraney Project and Cyrano the Moor.
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Who is it? Writer, Actor, Producer
Birth Day October 17, 1980
Age 40 YEARS OLD
Occupation Playwright, actor
Education DePaul University (BFA) Yale University (MFA)
Awards Windham-Campbell Literature Prize MacArthur Fellow Academy Award United States Artists

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Biography/Timeline

1980

Tarell Alvin McCraney (born October 17, 1980) is an American Playwright and actor. Since July 1, 2017, McCraney has been the chair of playwriting at the Yale School of Drama. He is also a member of Teo Castellanos/D Projects Theater Company in Miami and in 2008 became RSC/Warwick International Playwright in Residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company. In April 2010, McCraney became the 43rd member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Ensemble.

1999

McCraney was born in Liberty City, Florida. He attended the New World School of the Arts (NWSA) in Miami, Florida, receiving the exemplary Artist award and the Dean's Award in Theater. While attending NWSA, he also applied to and was awarded an honorable mention by the National YoungArts Foundation (1999, Theater). He matriculated into The Theatre School at DePaul University and received his BFA in acting. In May 2007 he graduated from Yale School of Drama's playwriting program, receiving the Cole Porter Playwriting Award upon graduation. He also is an Honorary Warwick University Graduate.

2006

In the summer of 2006, McCraney, Catherine Filloux and Joe Sutton wrote The Breach, a play on Katrina, the Gulf, and our nation, commissioned by Southern Rep in New Orleans, where it premiered in August 2007 to mark the second anniversary of the tragedy in New Orleans. The Breach also played at Seattle Rep in the winter of 2007.

2016

He co-wrote the 2016 film Moonlight, based on his own play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, for which he received an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.