John Byrne Cooke was an award-winning writer, a photographer and musician with more than forty years of experience in each of these arts, an actor who has appeared in eleven stage productions over the past six years, and a narrator with experience ranging from voice-over film narration to audio books to live performances with the Grand Teton Music Festival.
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John has played characters ranging in age from eleven to eighty, in roles as different as Virgil Blessing, the older cowboy in William Inge's "Bus Stop," and Senex, a lecherous Roman, in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
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