JORDAN LAGE (Richard) is a founding ensemble member of Atlantic Theater Company. He has performed in numerous productions of David Mamet’s plays on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regionally, among them The Blue Hour, Revenge of the Space Pandas, American Buffalo, The Woods, Edmond, Mamet’s adaptation of Three Sisters, The Water Engine, Home, In a Linguistics Class, Keep Your Pantheon and Ghost Stories (Prairie du Chien). On Broadway, he has appeared in the Tony Award-winning revival of Our Town, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, Inherit the Wind and the Mamet plays The Old Neighborhood, Glengarry Glen Ross (2005), Speed-the-Plow and Race. He shared a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble for his work in the 2005 Broadway revival of Glengarry Glen Ross. Jordan has worked extensively in film, working with acclaimed directors such as Oliver Stone, Sydney Pollack, Barry Levinson, Ridley Scott, Philip Noyce, Jonathan Glazer, Michael Ritchie and David Mamet. Television credits include a recurring role on “Law & Order,” “All My Children,” “Oz,” “Damages,” “Boardwalk Empire” and most recently “Madam Secretary” and “The Path.” He is on faculty at the Atlantic Theater Acting School.