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Ned Averill-Snell last appeared at Jobsite in Israel Horovitz’s Lebensraum, and previously appeared at Jobsite in The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Twelfth Night, Inventing Van Gogh and other plays. Ned has appeared at American Stage (Tartuffe, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Chesapeake), Tampa Repertory Theatre (The Iceman Cometh, Betrayal), Improbable Athenaeum (A Man for All Seasons), Hat Trick Theatre (A Thousand Clowns), Stageworks Theatre (The Sugar Bean Sisters), the 2012 United Solo festival in New York (in his original play Little Tunes), and for three seasons at Indiana Repertory Theatre. He appeared in the St. Pete-produced independent film Waiting on Mary, and is the author of the novel Small Professional Murder, a mystery set in the Florida small theatre scene. Ned lives in Tampa with his wife, director and lighting designer Jo Averill-Snell, and is a father of three.
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