SPIFF WIEGAND (Accordion Player) was born with two thumbs on his right hand. He plays over 20 instruments and up to seven simultaneously as a one-man band (videos on YouTube). Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt have lip-synced to his yodeling, and his accordion playing was featured on John Oliver. His children's songs were commissioned by and performed at Carnegie Hall. Spiff was once a "mark" on What Would You Do? He did the right thing. Theatre includes the National Theatre production of War Horse (national tour). New York: Red Roses, Green Gold (Minetta Lane Theatre), Enemy of the People (The Barrow Group), New York Animals (Bedlam Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre for a New Audience), Fame on 42nd Street (Little Shubert Theatre). Regional: Woody Sez (People's Light, Stages Repertory Theatre), Ring of Fire (Infinity Theatre Company), Cyrano (Fulton Opera House), Godspell (Walnut Street Theatre), Pump Boys and Dinettes (Carousel Dinner Theatre), The Buddy Holly Story (Little Theatre on the Square, Foothills Theatre), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Goodspeed Opera House).