Bryan Batt is most known as “Salvatore Romano” on the iconic TV series Mad Men (2 SAG awards), and has appeared in nine Broadway shows including Sunset Blvd. Saturday Night Fever, La Cage Aux Folles, Cats, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, Starlight Express, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Seussical, and Beauty and the Beast; many Off- Broadway shows including Jeffrey (stage & film) Forbidden Broadway Cleans Up Its act, Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back (Drama Desk nomination) and most recently, To My Girls at Second Stage; over 25 films Including Pinball (opens March 17th) 12 Years a Slave, Spike Lee’s Tales from the Hood II, and Garden District (Best Actor in a short: London International Film Festival); numerous TV appearances including The Black List, NCIS, Scream, and The Simpsons. Bryan wrote and performed his one man show Dear Mr. Williams, which started at the TW Festival. He’s penned three books: She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother, Big Easy Style, and Pontchartrain Beach: A Family Affair. Bryan resides in New Orleans with his husband Tom Cianfichi and together, they own HAZELNUT: Fine Gifts & Home Accessories.