Emmy nominated actor Graham Sibley recently stared in History / A&E's three-night event series ABRAHAM LINCOLN, embodying the title role throughout its live-action sequences. He was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Drama Series for his work in the Amazon Prime series DARK/WEB in 2020. On the features side, Sibley has worked with Oscar winners, Clint Eastwood in SULLY and shared the screen with Woody Harrelson in Bill Guttentag's short listed, NANKING. In 2019, he starred alongside Wendi McLendon-Covey in the dramedy BLUSH, one of the 16 films in competition at 2019's Sundance Film Festival. Additional film roles include Lionsgate's THE HONOR LIST, starring alongside Sasha Pieterse and Ethan Peck, Debra Eisenstadt's dark comedy BEFORE THE SUN EXPLODES (which premiered at SxSW), Jeffrey Scott Collins' romantic comedy POOR GREG DROWNING, which Sibley also Executive Produced alongside Cedric The Entertainer and most recently wrapped on Dan Levy Dagerman's third feature, YOU, ME & HER. On the television front, Graham is currently recurring heavily on Freeform's GOOD TROUBLE playing Silas Thompson, the charismatic cult leader. He has also guest starred on the Showtime series THE AFFAIR and ON BECOMING A GOD IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, CBS's CRIMINAL MINDS, NBC's CHICAGO MED, USA's DIRTY JOHN and DIRTY JOHN: BETTY, ABC's AGENTS OF SHIELD and GREY'S ANATOMY as well as recurred on The CW’s JANE THE VIRGIN.
In addition to Sibley's film and television work, he has co-founded the prestigious Los Angeles-based IAMA Theater Company. In 2017, Shonda Rhimes came on board as IAMA's first Patron of The Arts and anchored IAMA as Los Angeles' premiere theatre company and a new voice in contemporary American Theatre. Over the past fifteen seasons, Sibley has produced and starred in many productions originating roles for Leslye Headland, Neil LaBute, Micah Schraft and Christian Durso for which he has been nominated for Stage Raw's Best Actor multiple times. Sibley currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, screenwriter Marilyn Fu, and their twin boys, Lyon and K.P.