Tobie Windham is a Los Angeles based actor, producer, creator, innovator, and collaborator. He fell in love with acting at the age of twelve while attending the play, Thunder Knocking on the Door at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery, Al. This experience inspired him to create for others, a joy similar to what he felt sitting within the theater that evening. Tobie is a native of Birmingham, AL where he earned his BA in Theater from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Immediately after, he furthered his love of acting by attending the Tony Award winning American Conservatory Theater where he secured his MFA in Acting. He has worked all over the country as well as internationally. He has been acting most of his life and has had the joy of appearing in a variety of productions, his favorites being: American Buffalo, Balm in Gilead, Hamlet, Marcus: Or the Secret of Sweet, Blues for an Alabama Sky, The Brothers Size (Best Actor nomination), and Seven Guitars (Best Actor nomination). In his spare time, Tobie enjoys watching and playing basketball, running, hiking, and getting the grill ready for a good barbeque. He is currently working on his full length show, Eulogy, which explores the life of Bert Williams & George Walker, arguably the greatest blackface minstrelsy group to ever shuffle the earth. 

Thunder Came Knockin'