Nathan Hinton has over twenty years experience performing at some of the most respected and emerging theater companies in the country. He began his professional career at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York City and recently realized a personal dream playing Zachariah in Athol Fugard’s Blood Knot at the Helen Hayes Awardwinning Mosaic Theater Company in Washington D.C. (2017) directed by Studio Theatre DC founder, Joy Zinoman. More recently, he played Matthew in emerging playwright Terrance Arvelle Chisholm’s Br’er Cotton at Endstation Theatre Company in Virginia, directed by Whitney C. White. Along the way, he's played major and supporting roles at Tony Award-winning companies Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC, Berkeley Repertory Theatre in Berkeley, California, Dallas Theatre Center in Dallas, Texas and Boston's Huntington Theatre Company, appearing in Nomathemba, a play with music written by Academy Award winner Eric Simonson and Joseph Shabalala of Ladysmith Black Mambazo. He was a member of the first national touring company of Angels in America, won the Barrymore Award for Excellence in Theatre as part of the ensemble of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out at Philadelphia Theatre Company and received an Audelco Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in University of Connecticut theater professor Michael Bradford’s Living in the Wind, produced at Wynn Handman’s beloved American Place Theatre. He is a member of Actors Equity, the Screen Actors Guild, and The Actors Center.