The constellation of artists that is Uranium Madhouse just got a little brighter with the addition of JB Waterman:
JB Waterman has performed in plays and films in Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle. Most recently he performed Henry in a production of Henry V at Island Stage Left in Washington State. Recently he has performed in “Conquest of the South Pole”, “The Bald Soprano”, “Tape” (Smith&Martin Co.), and “What the Butler Saw” (Court Theatre, Chicago). Other Chicago Theatre credits include “Angels in America” (Hypocrites), “Three Sisters”(Ground Up), and “La Traviata” (Hypocrites). His Film Credits include “Dickie Smalls: From Shame to Fame” and “Witchunt”. In addition to his training with Andrew Utter and Mother of Invention, he has trained at the School at Steppenwolf, Atlantic Theatre Co, at the Yale Summer Drama Program, and has studied Corporeal Mime with Thomas Leabhart. He lives in Los Angeles.