Devoted to the theatre since 1982; on-camera since 2002. Performer in more than 80 fully-staged live productions and countless other incarnations (1,000+ hours as a BG). Last appeared in "Dogfight," at Pacific Theatre. Recent IMDb credits: Grand Unified Theory, Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, Wedding Bells.
Full member of UBCP/ACTRA, SAG-AFTRA and CAEA. UBCP Rep to the BC Fed Women's Rights Committee. New Jersey-native (Stagedoor Manor alum), on the "Wet Coast" since 1991; Vancouver since 2007. Also an accomplished singer and fluent in French - j'adore le Canada!
Unique traits: Lithuanian American Princess, Monty Python fanatic
Theater by Semper Fi/ Chris Lam Mama/Suzette/Hippie Pasek & Paul's musical adaptation of the eponymous film.
TV Movie (Romance) Actress Add a Plot »
Grand Unified Theory
Film (Comedy, Drama, Family, Romance and 1 More) Actress During one fateful weekend, the family of brilliant astrophysicist Albert James has a complete meltdown, setting in motion a raucous and hilarious series of events that mirror his radical theories of the behavior of the universe.
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce
Television (Comedy and Drama) Actress Follows a best-selling author of a self-help book series who is secretly hiding her separation from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in her 40s in Los Angeles. She starts to side with and take advice more from her divorced friends rather than her married ones, and it leads her to some unexpected and life-changing experiences. Written by Anonymous
Carrie: the musical
Theater by Fighting Chance Productions Margaret White
Single & Dating in Vancouver
Internet by TR Roland Productions Babette Bonneville
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress Chaya and Bingwen are university students in a newly-begun, cross-cultural relationship. Chaya is Jewish. She is tall, beautiful, intelligent, independent-minded and comes from a very affectionate, noisy and demonstrative family. Bingwen is short in stature, innocent-looking, insightful and self-determining. He is also close to his family but in a much more formal way. Chaya and Bingwen are very happy and comfortable with each other and because each is so proud of - and well-rooted in - their own culture, they see no difficulty in being in a relationship with someone from a different one. When the young couple meet each other's parents, Chaya and Bingwen make a concerted effort to highlight the similarities shared by their cultures. It is by bringing these similarities to light that the differences between the two cultures are spotlighted. Each set of parents are very accommodating and interested in meeting their child's new friend, yet their very actions to show acceptance of this ... Written by Deborah Levy Barnett
Music by J Lounge Producer/Writer/Host
Theater by J Lounge Producer/Writer/Miss Otis
Film (Short and Horror) Actress A priest is called to save a boy who is possessed by a vicious demon.
Tits n Blood
Theater by J Lounge Producer/Writer/Burlesque Mummy
Film (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Soccer Mom A Seattle history professor, drawn back to his estranged family on the Oregon coast to execute his late mother's estate, is reaquainted with his best friend from childhood, with whom he has a long-awaited tryst. Caught in an accelerating series of events, he discovers aspects of his father's New Age cult which take on a dangerous and apocalyptic significance. Written by Grant Cogswell
Film (Sci-Fi) Actress A character-driven science fiction murder mystery set two hundred years in the future, a story of enduring love, violence and revenge.
Film (Comedy) Actress One mans dream to make the world's greatest karaoke video.
Film (Comedy and Short) Rich Lady Add a Plot »
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical: Beggar Woman in FCP's "Sweeney Todd"