Warren Bub was born and raised in the city of New York, where he still resides. He is best known for the FOX hit “Gotham”, the Netflix hit “Orange Is The New Black”, HBO mini-series “Show Me A Hero”, CBS series “Limitless”, while also co-starring in the CBS pilot “Bull” and the recent feature films “Lost Cat Corona” starring Ralph Macchio and Patti Cake$ starring Cathy Moriarty which did extremely well in Sundance and was picked up by FOX Searchlight.
Warren is a graduate of the prestigious Terry Schreiber Studios as well as H.B. Studio and has also been coached by some of the best acting coaches in New York City, Austin Pendleton, Nico Hartos, Vincent Pastore, Renoly Santiago, Michael Kostroff and Susan Pilar, just to name a few.
In his youth, Warren excelled in sports and thrived in hockey and football. He then went on to become a very successful High School Football Coach for many years before giving it up to pursue acting.
His career took off immediately and now has been in over 50 films, numerous television shows and commercials as well as over a dozen theatrical productions including Off-Broadway productions of Tennessee Williams’ only musical/comedy “The Mutilated” which was nominated for a Drama League award along with roles in Anthony Wilkinson’s Off Broadway comedies “My Big Gay Italian Wedding” and “My Big Gay Italian Funeral”.
His biggest influence is his family.
“Without family, who are you?”