Sam Zeller

Sam ZellerBorn and raised in Anaheim, California, Sam has been performing in the theater since the age of five. He is a graduate of the Professional Actor’s Conservatory and later completed a double degree in broadcast journalism and theater from UC Irvine. After pursuing a reporter’s career for a decade, his attentions returned to the stage and has since performed all over the world.

His Broadway debut was in the Tony-nominated revival of PETER PAN, starring Cathy Rigby. The production was later filmed for the A & E network and earned an Emmy Award.

Favorite regional credits include: Jean Valjean in LES MISERABLES, Horton the Elephant in SEUSSICAL, Captain Hook in PETER PAN; Gaston in DISNEY’S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; The Boatman/Redmond in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE; James Vane in DORIAN (Goodspeed Opera House); Che in EVITA; Berowne in LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST; Tony in WEST SIDE STORY; Lopakhin in THE CHERRY ORCHARD; Curly in OKLAHOMA; Bo in BUS STOP; Herman in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA; Voltaire/Panglos in CANDIDE; Miles Gloriosus in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM; Tom in THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE; Matt/Larry in the opera, THE FACE ON THE BAR ROOM FLOOR; multiple productions of MAN OF THE LA MANCHA and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS; and Dozer in the Broadway workshop production of MASK (directed by Richard Maltby Jr.).

His television credits include Lt. Ch’targh on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Numb3rs,” “Hannah Montana,” “The Imagination Movers,” “Lovespring International,” “Phil of the Future,” “Days Of Our Lives,” “General Hospital,” and the pilot for SoapNet’s “The Nightshift.”

His film credits include “The Dukes of Hazzard 2,” “Chasing Tchaikovsky,” “Peter Pan,” “Mystery Monsters,” “Never Say Macbeth,” and “Little Black Book.”

Sam, an avid sports nut, played minor league baseball with the Minnesota Twins organization, competes in tennis and fencing, and is a certified scuba diver.


MTG Productions

The Most Happy Fella (Joe)
The Fix (Bobby “Cracker” Barrell)
Out of this World (Mars)
The Roar of the Greasepaint (The Bully)
The Wild Party (Eddie)
Redhead (Tom Baxter)
Dear World (Sergeant)
Parade (Officer Ivey)
Plain And Fancy (Ezra Reber)