Tadeusz Von MoltkeActor

Tad’s virtuosity is demonstrated in the broad range of his activities: principal roles on PrimeTime Network Television, Music Video, Virtual Reality Film, and appearances live onstage both in Theatre and in concerts of Classical and Popular Music.
In Spring of 2018 in New York City, at the invitation of the composer, a gala black-tie audience will enjoy him as featured soloist in The American Premiere of Thea Musgrave’s THE VOICES OF OUR ANCESTORS, delivering the ancient Vedic Creation Poem that is the 6-minute first movement of this epic choral work.
At the other end of the spectrum, his recognition factor increases daily as the DJ Khaled/Jay Z/Future music video I GOT THE KEYS crests past the 100 million views mark on YouTube, Tidal, and Vevo. His unforgettable character in the BET Award-nominated video was devised by EPIC RECORDS star director Sam (Samantha) Lecca, who selected him for the role.
This Spring, Tad’s solo performance was captured on camera. PRESIDENTIAL is the sound and movement component of mixed media artist Tamas Veszi’s 40 panel installation DARK MATTER, to be screened this Summer in NYC’s Tribeca, shot by JT Olsen in collaboration with Hungarian cinematographer Miklos Buk.
In the Winter, he brought a sold-out house to its feet in NYC’s Chelsea with his David Bowie Tribute, performing SPACE ODDITY in Punk gear with full band at the SLEEP NO MORE/MCKITTRICK FOLLIES.
This Fall Television Season saw NBC-TV’s THE BLACKLIST welcome him as its “newest Blacklister”, co-starring as a Russian-accented crime czar in THE TRUSHES episode, incisively directed by Terrence o’Hara.
From August through October, Tad starred for more than 200 performances as THE MAN FROM THE SHADOWS both onscreen and onstage at NYC’s SAMSUNG EXPO CENTER in a terrifying virtual reality film/live experience project helmed by PUNCHDRUNK INTERNATIONAL veteran directors Kath Duggan and Hector Harkness.
Debut Artist, Best Actor, and Best Performer Awards add luster to his record onstage, in performances of operetta, musicals, and theatre across The U.S., in Italy, and in France.
November 2017 will find him in Berlin for rehearsals and previews of AS I AM, an Ibsen-inspired dance theatre performance piece he is co-authoring and performing with award-winning Norwegian dancer/chorographer Brynjar Abel Bandlien.
A native New Yorker of Prussian, Hungarian, Mongolian, and Polish ancestry, he was honored to be a private student of theatre legends Uta Hagen and Robert Rounseville, on full merit scholarship with both.