HAMISH LINKLATER made his Broadway debut opposite Alan Rickman in Seminar, won an Obie Award for his performance off-Broadway in The School for Lies, and a Drama Desk Award nomination for his work in the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park 2010 production of Twelfth Night. He appeared in Measure for Measure, directed by Sir Peter Hall, at the Ahmanson Theatre. He made his playwriting debut with The Vandal, and his third play, The Whirligig, had its premiere this May and June off Broadway, produced by the New Group at Pershing Square Signature Center. Linklater starred for five seasons on the CBS comedy The New Adventures of Old Christine, playing the brother of Julia-Louis Dreyfus’ title character. Recently he’s had recurring roles on FX’s Legion and Fargo, as well as appeared in the films 42 and Battleship.