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Kilty was most recently with the North American Tour of Come From Away, where he was a standby for the roles of Claude, Nick, Oz, Bob, and Kevin T. Prior to that he was an original member of the Australian
Company of Come From Away having performed seasons in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.
He has appeared on Broadway in the Original Casts of The Drowsy Chaperone and In My Life and created the role of stage manager Mike Nulty in the Original Cast of Irving Berlin's White Christmas. He has toured as Mr. Braithwaite in Billy Elliot: The Musical including the Brazilian premiere.
Mr. Reidy's Off- Broadway credits include: Bye Bye Birdie at The City Center Encores!, South Pacific in Concert at Carnegie Hall with Reba McEntire, Lone Star Love with the Red Clay Ramblers and Joe Iconis' The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks.
Regional credits include: The regional premiere of The Last Ship (Billy Thompson) at the Pioneer Theatre, 42nd Street (Bert Barry) opposite Sally Struthers at The Ogunquit Playhouse, A Christmas Story (Jean Shepard) at Capitol Rep, The Producers (Roger De Bris) opposite Roger Bart and Brad Oscar at Kansas City Starlight Theatre, Crazy For You at Paper Mill Playhouse filmed and shown on PBS Great Performances, Yeston and Kopit's Phantom (Cholet) at the Westchester Broadway Theatre, King of Hearts at Goodspeed Opera House, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hysterium) and Once Upon a Mattress (Prince Dauntless) at Music Theatre of Wichita, The Music Man (Quartet) with The Hartford Symphony, and A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Present/Fezziwig) and Sam D. Hunter’s play When You’re Here (Eddie) at The Geva Theatre Center.
He has appeared in The Blacklist on NBC and in Kelly Reichardt's film Certain Women (2016 Sundance Film Festival) opposite Kristin Stewart. Other television/film credits include Dangerous Liaisons (pilot), Law and Order, All My Children and O.T.P. (One True Pairing).
He is an alumnus of The New York Public Theater’s Shakespeare Lab, UNC-Chapel Hill where he was a member of the prestigious all male a cappella group The UNC Clef Hangers and a proud Actor's Equity Association Member.
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