Dennis has been acting on stage, television and film for over two decades. On television he has appeared on Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Sopranos and in multiple roles on a number of New York based soap operas. He also played a minor role in Ang Lee's award winning The Ice Storm. Equally adept at comedy and drama, he has performed in many Regional and Off-Off-Broadway theatres playing lead roles in such plays as The Taming of the Shrew, Oedipus Rex, True West, Luv and others. He has been a member of Red Earth Ensemble and, most recently, The Drilling Company working out of the 78th Street Theatre Lab. You can see his full resume here.
Began shooting Stephen Bittrich's new webseries Off Off. It's just a lot of fun to work with an entire group of people you've known, respected and worked with for many years. I'm playing Derrick, the wardrobe and props guy.
:-) I'm in a reading of the End of Days Plays at Brooklyn Winery. I love these quickie one-offs. Erin Mallon has created this once a month drink/write/read/perform/drink weekends. And they're usually really a lot of fun.
Shot a print job for Punch Cigars. Got to work with a really great photographer, Sandro Miller (http://www.fbphotomagic.com/index.php). Donna Grossman (a sweetheart - http://www.donnagrossmancasting.com/) did the casting and David Brassiri & John Olsen were the Producers from Agent16 (http://www.agent16.com/).
If you get a chance, check out Sandro's photos from Cuba.
(photo is from the casting session, not the actual shoot)
I was cast by the Fundamental Theater Project in a reading of The Elephant by Kate Howard as part of their Mass Rhetorics Festival at the Irish Arts Center in Manhattan. The reading will take place April Fool's Day. Seriously. (Click More to be taken to the Mass Rhetoric information page on Fundamental's website)
Having a great time and getting good reviews for my work as a struggling and corrupt corporate exec type in Johnnie Walker Black, who's trying to get his ex-brother-in-law, the editor of a large influential newspaper, to "write a few friendly pieces" about what the company's doing to clean up the environmental disaster they recently caused on the Missouri River.
From nytheatre.com: "The cast is often top-notch, particularly Dennis Gagomiros and David Sedgwick, who give exceptionally grounded, gritty performances."