Larkin Malloy, best known for his role as “Sky Whitney” on Edge of Night and “Travis Montgomery” on All My Children has studied with some of with the most renowned acting teachers in the world including Anatoly Efros at Moscow’s Tangaka Theatre (Stanislavsky Method), Wynn Handman’s Master Acting Program, Ron Daniels of the Royal Shakespeare Company, John Stix (Meisner) and Gene Lasko.
Malloy is also one of NYC’s most successful and sought after acting teachers and private coaches and has taught in some of the most prestigious film and theatre programs in the U.S. including the Weist-Barron School, The New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, Greystone Studios, Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute.
Malloy has played a variety of notable soap roles including: “Dr. Weston,” As the World Turns (2002); “Travis Montgomery,” All My Children (1987-1992, 1997, 1998, 2001); “Clay Alden,” Loving (1992); “Kyle Sampson,” Guiding Light (1984-1987); Search for Tomorrow (appeared in final episode); and the dual roles of “Schuyler Whitney” and “Jefferson Brown,” The Edge of Night (1980-1984). After directing at NBC-TV’s Another World Larkin became the on-site acting coach at CBS-TV’s As the World Turns for seven years.
He has appeared on network episodic series and feature films, narrated for “National Geographic” TV, served as the announcer at As the World Turns and can be seen and heard in many commercial TV and radio spots.
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