About this actor
Edward Hibbert (born September 9, 1955) is an American-born English actor and literary agent. Hibbert was born in Long Island, New York, the son of Geoffrey Hibbert. He has one sister. He was raised in England, where he attended London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He returned to the U.S in the mid-1980s. Hibbert has appeared on Broadway and in major regional theatre productions, worked in television as a series regular and guest star and also had roles in major motion pictures. In 1993 he won an Obie Award for his co-starring role of "Sterling" in Paul Rudnick's "Jeffrey". His 'Frederick Fellows/Philip Brent' in the National Theatre revival of "Noises Off" (presented at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre) was called 'delightfully discombobulated' by one reviewer. Hibbert was in the Broadway musicals The Drowsy Chaperone and the 2007 premiere of Curtains (which reunited him with his Frasier co-star David Hyde Pierce). His most recent role on Broadway is as 'Mr Praed' (the architect) in...