Thanks for stopping by! Let me tell you about myself.
I’m a graduate of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts drama program. I’ve been fortunate enough to dip my toe into many aspects of the arts. From Broadway to T.V., voice-overs to rock and roll.
The early years had me downtown at La Mama, performing with Elizabeth Swados, my mentor, who showed me my inner rock star. She imbued upon me the importance of words and language. While working in the theatre, I began joining rock bands. I felt a joy that’s indescribable and fiercely satisfying.
I got my Broadway break in 2005 in the original cast of Tarzan The Musical as an “Ape”, where I learned to fly! Aerial work and aping around with Phil Collins made for an exciting Broadway debut. Soon after I had the honor of starring in High Fidelity on Broadway. It was my first lead role and was one of the best times of my life.
Next on Broadway was Shrek the Musical, where I was cast as Mama Ogre and Tweedle Dum. It was very challenging and very high energy, and made so many people happy. Over the next decade I did great shows, not so great shows, travelled around the country singing backup for Jarrod Spector, guest starred in different T.V. shows, and met my husband. Good decade.
My first T.V. job was an episode of Law and Order, and since then have guest starred in Law and Order SVU, The Big C, Louie, Unforgettable, The Blacklist, The Deuce, and the HBO animated documentary, My Depression.
One of my favorite aspects of the work I do is in voice-over work. I’ve gotten to voice a few video game characters and well as cartoons. I’ve lent my voice to commercials for Red Lobster and some telephone carrier spots. I LOVE doing voice-overs; I’m very happy and comfortable behind a mic. It’s super fun when you get to do what you love with a cup of coffee by your side.
These days, you can find me in the cast of Girl From The North Country on Broadway! We start previews February 7th at The Belasco Theater! It’s a hauntingly beautiful show, written and directed by Conor McPherson, about a guesthouse in Duluth, Minnesota in 1934, and the people who come and go. It’s set to the music of Bob Dylan.
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