Lou Briggs
(Actor, Director, Musical Director, Composer, Lyricist)

LOU BRIGGS, a native of Chicago, spent the majority of his show biz life as musical director and orchestra leader for numerous Broadway musicals touring the USA. 

As a writer he wrote special material for Las Vegas revues such as Red, Hot and Blue, Tickle My Fancy and Bottoms Up!, and as a keyboard accompanist he played for Totie Fields, Martha Raye, Geraldine Fitzgerald and recorded albums with Vivian Blaine and Virginia O'Brien. 

As composer/lyricist he wrote the musical Hollywood! Hollywood! which was produced by the Hollywood Civic Light Opera in L.A. in 2005. 

As an actor, Lou has appeared on television in Boston Public, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment and numerous commercials. He was most recently seen in Tom, Dick and Harry at the International Center Theatre in Long Beach and has appeared in many Write Act Repertory productions, including A Justice Box, A Dog's Life and Happy Hour.

He has studied improvisation with Joe Reich and Stephen Book and is represented by ARC Talent Management and The Wallis Agency.