Tobias Segal

Tobias Segal is an accomplished American actor recognized for his stage performances and roles in independent films. He gained prominence for his role in the acclaimed independent film The Other America, showcased at the SlamDance Film Festival and Philadelphia Film Festival in April 2004. In 2002, he became one of the youngest actors to win a Barrymore Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in the play Equus. Segal also appeared in The Bridge Project at Kevin Spacey's Old Vic Theatre in 2009, directed by Sam Mendes, followed by a stint on Broadway in The Miracle Worker.
He is notably known for his portrayal of Earl in the John Wick film series, including John Wick: Chapter 2 and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. In 2022, Segal took on the role of the white version of Donald Glover's character Earnest "Earn" Marks in dream episodes of the third season of Atlanta, where his character is referred to as "E". Currently residing in Brooklyn, New York, Segal continues to pursue his acting career with diverse and compelling roles.