Actor, Writer, Comedian, Albino.
Dennis began his career as a performer at Ithaca College in New York, he also received improvisational training from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC and the Massachusetts-based ImprovBoston.
Dennis Hurley’s television and film credits include: The Daily Show, iOrigins, Let Them Chirp A While, How To Win The Internet, Inventory and his original films, Once Again and The Albino Code, a parody of The DaVinci Code which he wrote and starred in, His parody has been met with international acclaim, being featured on CNN, MSNBC, Inside Edition, and The Boston Globe in a review by top film critic Ty Burr.
Dennis has performed in the lead role in the original play Diamond In The Rough at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. He has acted in such Off-Off Broadway productions as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Where’s Charlie?, Titus Andronicus, and his original comedic play, Dating Grim.
Dennis maintains an active presence in the Boston comedy scene, performing in the sketch groups, Friends of Gertrude and Sawyer and Hurley. Up next, guest starring roles with 2 sketch groups: Daft Agenda and Duct Tape Revolution, a June ImprovBoston Sketchhaus run with Friends of Gertrude and finally in October 2013, a live parody of “SAW” called Cutting Room Floor, co-written and performed with Daft Agenda’s Stacy Thornton, also at ImprovBoston Sketchhaus.