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"I’ve known Barry Papick for years. His 

commitment to acting and other actors is


            Alec Baldwin/Actor-Director

              (…Glengary Glenross, The Cooler)

"One of the most dedicated and gifted 

actors I have worked with. Barry understands

the business and the craft--a rare combination!"

   Carolyn Richman/Senior VP of Production 

                        Columbia Pictures

Barry Papick is an accomplished Actor, Acting Coach and Teacher. As an Actor, Mr. Papick has been in over 20 Feature Films, 20 stage plays and many episodic television shows including “Swans Crossing,” where he was a series regular. Barry has recently been seen in “Fear, Inc.” which premiered in the Scream Film Festival and “Lake Effects” on The Hallmark Channel. He guest starred on many episodics including, “Shameless” on Showtime and “Without A Trace” on CBS. He can be seen in Howard Stern’s “Private Parts,” Gus VanSant’s “Finding Forrester” and Andrew Niccol’s “Simone.” He has wrapped the feature film “Nation’s Fire” and the Dwayne Johnson produced “Lifeline” for YouTube Red. He is also a principal in “The Mason Twins” for NBC. Presently Mr. Papick is filming “Black Dossier,” an independent TV Pilot. 

     He is also the voice of GNC’s Advertising campaign 

“Beat Average” and can be seen in a Head and Shoulders commercial presently running with NY Giant Odell Beckum Jr.

    Mr. Papick has written the comedy pilot “Pearl”(published by Amazon) and the stage play “Ruby’s Arms” and has also written and directed the Detroit Street Films production of “Breakable.”

Barry’s passion for his craft and the joy

he brings to his work should be an 

inspiration for all actors.    

                    Andrew Niccol/Director-Writer

    (…Simone, Gattaca, The Truman Show)

As Labeau, Barry Papick was both powerful and moving. Incident at Vichy is the play to see in New York City. 

                       The Village Voice


Barry Papick’s stark portrayal of the suicidal drag queen is right on. He makes us laugh through our tears.

                      Movie Talk On-Line

               (reviewing Hotel Room)


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