Raised in England, returned to New York in the mid 1980s.
Won a scholarship to London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
His parents were both theatre actors. He was born during his father's Broadway run of "The Boy Friend" starring Julie Andrews in 1955.
On stage he has portrayed the distaff side as both Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of Being Earnest" and the Queen Mother in "The Green Bird.".
In addition to his acting career, since 1989, Edward Hibbert has also been a literary agent with the agency Donadio & Olsen. His clients include authors Chuck Palahniuk, Christopher Bram, Ed Sikov and Marc Acito, and he has represented film-deal rights for titles including Fight Club, Choke, Gods and Monsters, Oscar Wilde, and How I Paid For College: A Novel of Sex, Theft, Friendship & Musical Theater.
Personal Quotes (1)
Acting was always in the cards. At age 11, I turned my mother and father's back garden into an open-air theater. I wrote and starred in my own production of 'The Fairy Forest', in which I played Sparkle Eyes, prince of the fairies."