carl anthony tramon
Carl Anthony Tramon is an award-winning Broadway Producer, Regional Director, and Playwright, who has also been known to break out into song and dance with very little encouragement. For the past 3 years, Carl has been the broadway co-producer and director of ATNY’s Full Length Productions, such as Matilda, Newsies, Hairspray and currently, School of Rock.
By the age of three Carl had the stage under his feet, and a relentless smile on his face ever since. Broadway, National Tours, and Equity Regional productions include: Fame the Musical; Amadeus (as Mozart); What Makes SammyRun (title role); Peter Pan; Gypsy (w/Angela Lansbury); Rags (directed by Stephen Schwartz); etc. Carl received the coveted Best Actor award nomination by the Broadway League.
Carl’s most recent Broadway Producing credits include Matilda; School of Rock; and the current TONY-nominated hit Be More Chill, which holds the record for the most audio downloads by any musical prior to opening.
Carl’s major directorial and/or Co-Book credits include: Rocket Boys (New York City; Theatre West Virginia; Huntsville AL; and ASCAP Disney Workshop, NY); Plain Beautiful (Freeman Stage, DE); Flyer (The Freeman Stage and The Lamb’s Theatre, NY); Einstein’s Breakfast (Delaware PAC); Coconut Road (World Premiere, Delaware PAC); Fame, the Musical(Bardavon Opera House, Poughkeepsie, NY); The Jeweler’s Shop (Carnegie Hall & The United Nations, NY); Grease(Somerville, NJ), etc.
Principal TV roles include Saturday Night Live, One Life to Live (recurring), Saved by the Bell (series regular, full season); Growing Pains, and over 50 national commercials. Feature films include: Pizza Palace, The Lackluster Syndrome, Aladdin (w/Barry Bostwick, Disney Channel), and Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. “CAT” (as he has been called since grade school) has also been the lead member of the international pop group UNETI, whose videos continue to play on MTV throughout Central & South America. Carl is an alumnus of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England.