Emmy®-nominated actor Graham Sibley has worked with Academy Award-winning filmmakers, Clint Eastwood in Warner Brother's Sully, and alongside Woody Harrelson in Bill Guttentag's Oscar short-listed, Nanking. Sibley has also starred in many independent films including Debra Eisenstadt's Sundance hit Blush, Poor Greg Drowning, in which he Executive Produced alongside Cedric The Entertainer, and most recently in Dan Levy Dagerman's award winning comedy, You, Me & Her as well as Danny A. Abeckaser’s, Mob Cops, for Lionsgate. In addition, Sibley has appeared in many groundbreaking television series, most notably embodying Abraham Lincoln in Doris Kearns Goodwin's definitive biography mini-series for History Channel/A&E, which was nominated for a Critics Choice Real TV Award for Best Limited Series and won the 2023 BANFF World Media Award for Best Historical Biography. In 2020, Sibley earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Drama Series for his work in the Amazon Prime series, "DARK/WEB: Rideshare". Sibley currently stars in the final season of Freeform and Hulu's "Good Trouble", in which he has heavily recurred for the past two seasons. On stage, Sibley has originated roles for Tony-nominated playwright Neil LaBute, Emmy-nominees Leslye Headland and Micah Schraft, and many others having been nominated for Best Actor multiple times from different Los Angeles news outlets.
Sibley is a founding member of the Los Angeles-based IAMA Theatre Company, the creator of the narrative podcast Endangered Tales: Short Tales For The Nearly Forgotten and has been recognized by the California State Senate for his work co-founding The YOUnited Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on using film to fight apathy. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, writer Marilyn Fu, and their twin boys.