Kranz grew up in Los Angeles, California and attended Harvard-Westlake High School.
Kranz graduated from Yale University in 2004, where he was a member of The Ex!
As of 2012, he plays the role of Bernard in Death of a Salesman on Broadway.
Kranz started acting in third and fourth grade and knew from a very young age that he wanted to be an actor Kranz grew up in Los Angeles, California and attended Harvard-Westlake High School.
A confirmed bachelor, Benedick continues his verbal sparring with Leonato's feisty love-rejecting daughter Beatrice (Acker), while Claudio seeks help in wooing her sweet cousin Hero (Morgese).
But Leonato decides to have some fun here, tricking Benedick and Beatrice into falling in love with each other.
Francis started acting in third and fourth grade and knew from a very young age that he wanted to be an actor when he grows up.
It's there he meets the supposed last gunslinger named Roland Deschain and with him embarks on a quest to find the tower in End-World, unlock its secrets and use it to save both his world and Jake's.
Meanwhile they have an adversary working against them; the man in black aka Walter Padick is a powerful sorcerer who wants to destroy the tower and therefore unleash hell on both worlds.
While the 30-year-old actor suffered another setback when "Dollhouse" was canceled, his career is currently on the upswing. He does these fun angles looking through things because a lot of "Much Ado" is playing tricks on each other. I'm like, "I just got an email to come over one day." Now it's turned into a thing.
In addition to "Woods," he's also co-starring as Bernard in Mike Nichols' acclaimed Broadway reinvention of "Death of a Salesman" with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield. You're right: the common perception is that if it's on the shelf, it's bad. A lot of executives that knew the business really well -- inside and out -- they all said, "This is not a good sign. He shot it all in his house, which he knows very well because his wife designed it.