Norbert Leo Butz
Two-Time Tony Award Winner
Norbert Leo Butz is a multi-award winning actor whose talents span across television, film, music and theater. Currently, he can be seen in LUCE which debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and two upcoming films Give and Take and Flag Day, out later this year. Butz’s most recent roles include the FX series FOSSE/VERDON as Paddy Cheyevsky, on Broadway in My Fair Lady and in the critically-acclaimed Netflix series, Bloodline. On stage, at 54 Below, in 2 Hander.
Norbert’s self-penned album was released in June of this year.
He also starred in Mercy Street (PBS) and had starring roles in the series The Deep End (ABC) and the miniseries Comanche Moon (CBS) as well as the pilots The Miraculous Year (HBO) and Playing Chicken(FOX). The extremely versatile Butz won his first Tony Award for his performance as “Freddy Benson” in the Broadway production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. He garnered his second Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for his performance as “Carl Hanratty” in Catch Me If You Can. His film credits include Better Living Through Chemistry, Greetings From Tim Buckley, Disconnect, The English Teacher, Higher Ground, Fair Game, and Dan in Real Life.