Todd Jefferson Moore is a Seattle-based actor/writer. As an actor, Mr. Moore's performs for many Northwest theaters including Seattle Repertory Theatre, ACT, Intiman, Seattle Shakespeare and Seattle Childrens Theatre. The latter's three-person Cyrano with Mr. Moore as title character was performed at the ASSITEJ and TCG National Conferences in Washington DC and Philadelphia respectively. Mr. Moore received the 2000 recipient of the Arts Network Outstanding Artist Award for Washington State and the 2006 recipient of the Greg Falls Award for Sustained Achievement in Theater.
He has written a number of plays for children, including Children's Crusade 1939, Day at the Beach, and Kenny's Window at Seattle Childrens Theatre, Town Mouse and Country Mouse at Seattle International Children's Festival, Ankgor/America at Rainier Valley Youth Theatre, and Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. His adult documentary plays include, The Killing Jar; The Professor, the Puppet and the Execution; The Last Best Place. His one-man documentary play, In the Heart of the Wood was a 1994 American Theatre Critics Nominee.
Mr. Moore is a regular faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts and the ACT Theatre Young Playwrights Program.