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BiographyNew York City, New York, USA
Larkin started working as a professional actor in 1974 on the New York stage where he was a founding member of the off-off-Broadway company ATA. After playing starring roles at the Arena Stage in Washington, the Goodman Theater in Chicago, he did a season of classics at the famed Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. Returning to New York, he played at the Manhattan Theater Club, while his day job was creating the role of Sky Whitney on ABC's "Edge of Night", a role that earned him an Emmy nomination as "Outstanding Actor". Read more... to join the cast of CBS's "Guiding Light" to create the role of Kyle Sampson working opposite multi Emmy winning actress Kim Zimmer (playing Sky during the day and Kyle in the evening). Two years later, he came to star opposite Susan Lucci on ABC's "All My Children" where he played the role for which he is best known, Travis Montgomery. After a year as Clay on ABC's "Loving", he returned to his first love, the stage, working in regional theater across the US, returning to reprise Travis from time to time as well as teaching acting and coaching actors privately. He has appeared on network episodic series and feature films, narrated for "National Geographic" TV, was the announcer at "As the World Turns" for it's last 6 years,starred in the Emmy and Indie Series Awards nominated series "Tainted Dreams" He can be seen and heard in many commercial TV and radio spots. He has been selected to study with some of with the most renowned teachers in the world including Anatoly Efros at Moscow's Tangaka Theatre (Stanislavsky Method),Wynn Handman's Master Acting Program, Ron Daniels of the Royal Shakespeare Company, John Stix (Meisner), Gene Lasko, etc.