Lamar K. Cheston

Lamar K. Cheston (Dun) is a New York City native, and honored to make his Atlanta debut with such a powerful piece of art at Horizon Theatre Company. Spiritually grounded, he daily meditates on the scripture “the Lord will perfect that which concerneth me.” (Pslam 138:8) Off-Broadway Credits: Black Angels over Tuskegee (NAACP Award), Kings of Harlem (Audelco Award Nominee), This Stretch of Montpelier (Best Actor Nominee), Most Dangerous Man in America (Audelco Award Nominee). Regional: The Music Man, ASOLO Repertory, Byhalia, Mississippi (Best Actor, Carnegie Stage), Romeo and Juliet, and Oedipus (PICT Classic Theatre). He thanks his family, mentor, and fraternity brothers for their continued support, and leaves you with the statement, “if there is no struggle, there is no progress.” (Frederick Douglass, 1895)