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New York native, Dwight Dean Mahabir, began his acting career at the age of nine, training with the Stella Adler Acting Studio in Manhattan and studying voice with Dino Anagnost, director of the Orpheum Chorale at the Lincoln Center of Performing Arts.

“The Me Nobody Knows” (William), National tour Chicago Cast
“Oklahoma!” (Curly)
“Finian’s Rainbow” (Woody)
“Anything Goes” (Sir Evelyn)
“Jesus Christ Superstar” (Pilate)
“Big River” (Jim)
“Blues in the Night” (The man)
“The marriage of Figaro” (Antonio)
“Ragtime” (Coalhouse Walker Jr.)
“Scrooge” (Scrooge)
“Man of La Mancha” (Don Quixote/ Miguel de Cervantes)
“Phantom” (Gerard Carriere)
“Paint your Wagon” (Steve Bullnack)
“The Full Monty” (Horse)
“Amahl the Night Visitors” (Page)
“Macbeth” (Duncan/ Doctor).

      A full 2014 season with African American Shakespeare Company in San Francisco. Medea (Kreon/Aigeus), Cinderella (Duke) and Much Ado About Nothing (Leonato), in which Dwight was nominated for a Theater Bay Area Award for Best Actor in a featured role.
Gallo Center for the Arts production of August Wilson’s Piano Lesson (Doaker). His successful role as the King of Siam in “The King and I” allowed him the opportunity to perform the role with three different theaters.
He was acclaimed for his portrayal of Alonzo Fields in the one-person, full-length drama “Looking over the President’s Shoulder”. He has performed this play for four theaters in the US and Mexico.

“The Education of Sonny Carson” (Paramount Productions), “Law and Disorder” (Columbia Pictures), “Seeing Red” (Cakewalk Productions).