Zac Branciforte is an actor, writer and filmmaker based in New York City. He recently graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, The International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam, and Stonestreet Studios.
Recent performance credits include The Happiest Show in the Whole Wide World (Playwrights Horizons NYU), We Are Not Well (Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute), and Much Ado About Nothing (Playwrights Horizons NYU).
Zac is currently working on his project Cook or Die (Insta: @cookordiefilm), a new short dark comedy that's about three friends in a post-famine America working to beat a weekly cooking challenge inflicted by a totalitarian celebrity chef.
Through his work, Zac aims to highlight empathy and where it intersects in decision-making, interrogate masculinity through the lens of sensitivity, as well as promote positive and humanitarian change in this world of constant and growing connection. While not acting, he can be found eating breakfast at all parts of the day and slapping his electric bass.