ACTRESS | BASED IN NEW YORK
SAG-AFTRA | AEA
Getting To Know
Based in New York...
I will always remember the exact moment when I was certain that I would become an actress. Ten years old and excused from my parents’ dinner party, I came across 1939’s “Wuthering Heights” playing on a local channel. Alone, at the edge of the bed, with tears streaming down my cheeks, my fate was sealed.
I’m an old soul but one infused with the innocence of childhood.
On both coasts, I’ve enjoyed tackling the complexities of Beatrice in Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge,” the mythological Greek sorceress Medea, Irina in the Chekhov play “Three Sisters,” and the title character in Strindberg’s “Miss Julie.”
I’ve been building a reputation on the film festival circuit, not only as an actor, but most recently as a producer. I produced and acted in “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” which was accepted to numerous film festivals on both coasts, including the 2019 New York Shorts International Film Festival and the 2020 Indiefest International Film Festival. I played the leading role in the short film “Porcella,” which was accepted into the Short Film Corner at Cannes. I also had a starring role in “Cash Flow,” which screened at the Big Apple Film Festival.
Originally from Los Angeles and currently based in New York, I am a Theatre Arts graduate of Northwestern University. Always a student of the craft, I have studied with Austin Pendleton at HB Studios, Alfred Molina for Shakespeare, as well as Ted Sluberski and Tim Phillips for on-camera work.
Finally, I’ve of late discovered the wonderful world of audiobooks and am currently narrating my ninth title on Audible…
Audiobook News 2022
My recording of The Spinster's Fortune is available on Audible! It's currently #28 for Noir Fiction and #49 for Gothic Horror!
My recording of Cowboy August is available on Audible!