Coburn is a founding member of Irish Theatre of Chicago. ITC productions include: And Neither Have I Wings to Fly, The Clearing, The Pagans, Marked Tree, Translations, Journey’s End, and A Whistle in the Dark. Chicago credits include: Freud’s Last Session (CRC Productions at the Mercury Theater); Fake, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, The Royal Family, and Absolution (Steppenwolf); The Crowd You’re In With and Vigils (Goodman Theatre); and Seagull (Writer’s Theater). He has performed with Rivendell, Chicago Dramatists, A Walkabout Theater, Famous Door, Roadworks, among others. Off Broadway: When the Messenger Is Hot (59E59/Steppenwolf). Regional: The Last True Believer (Seattle Repertory Theater), Irish Crazy Jane and The Good Times Are Killing Me (Arkansas Repertory Theater). TV credits: Mind Games (ABC), Chicago Fire (NBC), Boss (Starz), The Chicago Code (Fox), E/R (NBC), Prison Break (Fox), Reconstruction (NBC pilot, series regular). Film: Man of Steel, What Women Want, Shelter, Joshua, The Lucky Ones. Coburn is the author of Marked Tree, first produced by ITC, which went on to win the American Theater Critics Association’s Osborn Award for Emerging Playwright and After Dark Award for Best New Work.