Recently seen starring as Jake in the Tony Award–winning revival of The Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess." Broadway: "The Scottsboro Boys" (Tony Award nomination for best leading actor in a musical), "American Idiot," "In the Heights." At New York City Center: "The Wiz," "The Cotton Club Parade." Regional: "American Idiot" (Berkerley Repertory), "Godspell" (Paper Mill Playhouse), The Gershwins’ "Porgy and Bess" (American Repertory Theatre). Off-Broadway: "In the Heights." Film and TV: "Sex and the City" (film) and "Kings." Composer of the new children's musical "Amigo Duende." Thanks to Station Three entertainment, Ken Weinrib and Cathryn.
Corporal Quincy Montclair, "the old man" of his platoon, is respected and well-liked by his fellow soldiers. A loving husband to his wife Latasha, and devoted father to their three children, Quincy was a successful chef in Atlanta before joining the Army. A desire to serve his country, coupled with a need to provide for his growing family, prompted Quincy to trade his chef’s hat for a Kevlar helmet. His easy manner and quiet wisdom makes him a natural leader in the field.