Zachary Ford

Hi! I’m glad you’re here. MTG means a lot to me.

About Zachary

Zachary Ford has been featured at the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and the LA Phil. He has premiered songs by Stephen Flaherty, Laurence O’Keefe, David Goldsmith, Don Pippin, Bill Conti, David Shire, Dan Castellaneta, and Doug Katsaros. Some favorite non-MTG credits are RAGTIME and CAMELOT (Pasadena Playhouse), DEAR WORLD w/ Tyne Daly (VPAC), END OF THE RAINBOW (Laguna Playhouse and La Mirada Theatre), MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, PARADE, and OKLAHOMA (3D-Theatricals), WEST SIDE STORY (SFSO), SPAMALOT (Wynn Casino, MTW), YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (MTW), BIG, HELLO AGAIN, A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (Apple Tree Theatre), FOOTLOOSE, OLIVER, THE FULL MONTY (Marriott Lincolnshire), A WINTER’S TALE, TAMING OF THE SHREW, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre). OG casts/workshops: LOVING REPEATING; EMPIRE BURLESQUE; HEATHERS; iGHOST; and BUMPERSTICKER. BFA – CCPA at Roosevelt University. AEA, SAG/AFTRA, and MTG member.


MTG Show Credits

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Robbie Hart
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Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Jr. / Jerry
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Brian Howard
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Pat Gilbert
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Charley/Marvin Hamlisch
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Eddie Yeager
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Sidney Falcone
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Peter Kingsley / First Orderly / Mahoney / Nephew / Clapper
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Stoker Frederick|Barrett

Fun Facts

I'm proud to be an MTG member because

this embarrassingly talented group welcomed me like a family, and they constantly strive to honor the past while progressing.

Dream Role


Favorite Role I Have Played

Sir Lancelot in SPAMALOT - this track comprises Lance, Knight Who Says Ni, French Taunter, and Tim the Enchanter.

My Favorite Musical


Favorite MTG Show I Have Been In


Funniest / Most Memorable Thing That's Happened to Me on Stage

I was performing in SPAMALOT at Musical Theatre West and my track included the Knight Who Says Ni. We’d rented the Broadway package and the articulated stilts were well seasoned. Walking out for my second entrance, the toe cleat on my left stilt failed and I tumbled to the ground. Mortified I tried to stand back up and realized I would not be able to stand again until the stilt was removed. I had to do the entire scene from my knees. First my supporting Ni Knights and then King Arthur (Davis Gaines) and all the other players also knelt, and everyone on stage played the scene from their knees. The most singularly terrifying moment on stage for me flipped in an instant into the most supported moment I have felt on a stage.

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Special Skills

Ukulele, Character Voices, Teaching Voice, Vocal Coach, Various Accents, Fencing, Accordion, Mandolin, Guitar, Telemarking, Downhill Skiing

Contact Info

Business Website:


Theatrical Agent
AMT Artists
Gerry Koch


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