Actor / Improvisor / Producer
Dolan Bloom is an equity actor based in New York. Active in theatre since childhood he earned his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Otterbein University before setting up shop in the Big Apple. He has been acting in commercials and VO spots with regularity since June 2014.
In August, Dolan produced and directed the upcoming series, NANNIES. The pilot episode was released in April coinciding with a successful Kickstarter campaign that he oversaw. The complete first season is due out very soon. Stay tuned to the show's instagram for updates and be sure like the show on Facebook. He is excited to share the show with an audience especially this was his first time as a director of an episodic series. Watch the pilot epsiode now on Youtube!
From 2015-2016 he created, produced, and stared in the award winning web series, Sublets. Sublets won 'Best Comedy Series' at the Vancouver Web Fest 2017 and the 'I LOVE NY' award at the 2016 NYC Webfest in addition to being official selections of LA Web Fest, ITV Fest, and Adirondack Film Festival. Check out www.watchsublets.com for all the latest!
In New York he discovered and became passionate about improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade starting in 2013. You can find him performing long-form improv regularly around NYC, where he plays with the indie musical team, Night Captain. He produced and hosted an improv showcase of his own conception, Uptown Improv, from January 2014 - January 2016. The show was expanded to multiple locations and became a weekly showcase in upper Manhattan. It has recently found life again so check out the facebook page for future show info!
If you are bored on Monday nights you can find him hosting the trivia night at Fred's Restaurant at 8:30pm (83rd/Amsterdam Ave.).
In his spare time you can find him wedding planning with his extraordinary fiancé, Martha Dobbs, co-founder and curator of SPARK Dance Forum. He also loves the great outdoors, exploring the world, playing frisbee, and sampling all the restaurants New York has to offer.