Berry Newkirk
Berry Newkirk
Portrays Hoodie Guy
Occupation Actor
Born Unknown
Years Active Unknown-present
Gender Male
Hair Brown
Ethnicity Caucasian-American
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Berry Newkirk is an American actor who portrays an unnamed man in Season 1 of CBS' Under the Dome.


Berry Newkirk is originally from State College, Pennsylvania, but moved to Charlotte, North Carolina during high school where he discovered his desire to act; but as his parents were not too fond of my being a starving artist, he went on to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, to get a liberal arts education.

It was there that he began studying with Emmy Award Winning Joan Darling and became hooked, enrolling as a Drama major. After graduating and emerging from a 70 mph car accident unscathed, he decided to make the leap to New York City. Berry spent two years there, training with Michael Howard, Patsy Rodenburg and the People's Improve Theatre and was cast in the Obie Award Winning The Brig with the Living Theatre.

Berry returned to North Carolina for a temporary break from the city only to rediscover a love of trees and open spaces and since has been making the most of it, appearing in several feature length films, shorts, plays and a commercial.

Selected FilmographyEdit

  • 40 Fears as Alex
  • En Passant as Young Roger
  • Triggerfish as Jamie Palumbo
  • Portrait for Hell as Will Blackwell
  • Above the Fire as Jamie Messenger
  • Social Anxiety as Azaziel Thomas
  • A Haunting as Aaron


Season 1 appearances
"Pilot" "The Fire" "Manhunt" "Outbreak" "Blue on Blue"
"The Endless Thirst" "Imperfect Circles" "Thicker Than Water" "The Fourth Hand" "Let the Games Begin"
"Speak of the Devil" "Exigent Circumstances" "Curtains"

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