Graham Sibley is an Emmy-nominated actor who has premiered multiple films at The Sundance Film Festival as a writer and actor, most recently "Blush" directed by Debra Eisenstadt. Sibley has also worked with Oscar-winning directors Clint Eastwood and Bill Guttentag as well as guest starring and recurring on many television series. His most recent television work on Amazon's hit anthology series, "Dark / Web", earned him his first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Series. He has guest starred and recurred on many television series including, "On Being a God in Central Florida" and"The Affair" on Showtime, Marvel's "Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.", AMC's "Fear The Walking Dead", "Criminal Minds" and both seasons of "Dirty John". In addition to Sibley's film and television work, he has co-founded the prestigious Los Angeles-based IAMA Theater Company where he also sits on the Board of Directors. 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 fourteen 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 will next be seen as Abraham Lincoln in History Channel's Mini-Series event premiering in 2022. Sibley currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, screenwriter Marilyn Fu, and their twin boys, Lyon and K.P.