Bob Cohen is a 2016 Adult Class student. Bob started acting in 2002 as Col Thomas McKean in a community theater production. A role he has reprised 7 times for over 100 performances and created his love for acting. Since Bob began acting He’s considered it a privilege to being a member of several ensembles portraying a variety of characters in over 30 local theater productions and began his training with several coaches and started training with Cheryl this year. His roles have ranged from the neurotic Felix Unger in Fauquier Theater’s production of “Odd Couple” to the charming proprietor of the oldest established floating crap game in NY – Nathan Detroit, from the self-righteous Reverend Parris in “The Crucible” to Marcus Lycus in “Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and 13 characters in LTAs production of “39 Steps”. Bob has also been on Investigation Discovery’s “Nightmare Next Door, and ”Stolen Voice Buried Secrets” and on the right side of the law as an Assistant District Attorney for Thomas Dewey on AMC’s “Making of the Mob NY”. Bob is thrilled to be making his McLean debut with such a talented cast an amazing crew.