After graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Acting, I moved back to California, married a gas-lighter and became a statistic. Thankfully, I had the good sense to divorce his ass (after which time I spent several years picking up the pieces of my former self) and eventually committed, once again, to a life of creativity.
Favorite credits include Barbara – the sarcastic, inappropriate National Security Advisor in the web series The Sit Room; Connie, the ball-busting literary agent who “always has a drink in her hand and a witty comeback on her tongue” in the feature film Breakdowns, and Amy, the assistant director who “takes herself way too seriously” in a thesis film out of Loyola Marymount called Lights, Camera, Death!
Now married to an absolute “keeper” and the proud mama of a four-year-old mini-me, I live in California, dream of being bi-coastal, and swear a lot. But not in front of your kids. I will (almost) never swear in front of your kids.
Little known fact: I used to wear sequined bathing suits and win medals at synchronized swimming competitions. But that was before I discovered The Thea-tah. I’m almost positive those photos (and videos?!) will surface someday on late night TV. Stay tuned!