I was born and raised in Warren, MI., and started dancing at the tender age of four when my mother enrolled me in the well known, Rzeszow’s Polish Folk Dance Troupe. After my mother passed away a few years later, I dedicated the next eleven years to my mother performing with the group all over the state of Michigan. Realizing my love for dance, I saved my money and took a variety of dance classes to add to my repertoire. I studied Liberal Arts and Musical Theater at Macomb Community College while working as an Meter Reader for the electric company.
As a Detroit native, I landed a job as a Chevrolet Spokes Model for the Auto Show Circuit, traveling around the country. I then moved to South Beach, FL. where I worked as a model, dancer and actress in fashion, print campaigns, music videos, Tv, and feature films. While in South Beach, I was selected to join a dance troupe that represented the united states and performed in Minakami, Japan for six months. This troupe traveled from remote ski resorts to metropolitan cities like Tokyo.
Upon my return to the States, I headed to New York to further my studies in acting and dance where I studied at Michael Howard Studio, H.B. Studio, and Steps on Broadway. I immediately booked multiple episodes of the hit CBS daytime drama, “The Guiding Light” and played the role of “Jill” in the renowned indie film, “The Break-Up Artist”, which won several awards at film festivals and aires on Showtime. I Also was fortunate to became an integral cast member, choreographing my own duet numbers, in the long running cabaret, “Dutch Weismann’s Speakeasy” and had the opportunity to pose for fashion photographer Ellen Von Unwerth, for Italian Vogue Magazine.
I'm currently living in Los Angeles where I completed a writing course at Writers Boot Camp and study Improv and Cold Reading with Acting Coach, Merilyn Carney.
Using all of my experience and knowledge, I enjoy playing a range of characters that will surprise you, from the nerdy office assistant in the comedy “Double Twist” to the role of the abusive, drug user in the Dramatic film, “Magazine Money”. I enjoy playing a range of characters that are unconventional and challenging.
Unique traits: Polish Folk dancing for 15 years with the Rzeseow Dancers. Softball, I play a mean 3rd. base. :-) Yoga, biking, jogging, Krav Maga, and trained in several styles of dance.
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Film (Short, Action, Drama, History and 1 More) Actress Rocket takes you out of your world and into the world of 1950's dirt track racing. When a champion driver is killed right before he reaches the finish line of a 1947 locals race, his legacy falls on the shoulder of his only child...a daughter named Annie. Twelve years later, Annie lives a reclusive life on the remnants of her father's ranch. When a privileged and wealthy man named Weston unexpectedly shows up on Annie's farm, she is tasked with teaching him the ins and outs of competitive dirt track racing, while at the same time searching for a self-identity she can comfortably wear. Written by Sarah Hulsman
Film (Action, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress It's 1949 Los Angeles, and gangster Mickey Cohen has moved in, with the intention of controlling all criminal activity in the city. He has bought local judges and police, and no one is willing to cross him or testify against him. Everyone except Sergeant John O'Mara, a former World War II soldier, whose goal is to settle with his family in a peaceful Los Angeles. Police Chief William Parker decides to form a special unit whose mission is to take down Cohen, and chooses O'Mara to lead the unit. O'Mara chooses 4 cops and asks another cop and vet, Jerry Wooters to join him but Wooters is not interested. But when he witnesses the murder of a young boy by Cohen's people, he joins them, and they decide to take apart Cohen's organization. Cohen wonders if a rival is going after him, but eventually he realizes it's the cops. Written by email@example.com
Water for Elephants
Film (Drama and Romance) Actress After his parents' death, Jacob Jankowski is left penniless and homeless. Events lead him to joining the circus as their vet, working under their unstable boss August whose violent tendencies give everyone reason to be cautious around him, including his beautiful and quiet wife Marlena, whom August is very possessive of and who Jacob finds himself soon falling in love with. Written by mel47
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Broom and Roses
Film (short) by A.F.I./Vukasin Mitrovic Supporting
Film (short) by Retrofit Films/Chris Hanada Dancer
Film by Tonic Productions/Andrea Garza Lead
Facing The Lion
Television by Joseph Plonsky voice
Avenue Of The Stars
Television by Justin Merkin Supporting
Trail Of Crumbs
Drama by Robert McAtee Voice
The Breakup Artist
Film (Comedy and Romance) Actress Jim, 35 and never married, has a drawer full of photos of ex-girlfriends. He'd like permanence, but can't find the right women. Is it him? He seeks advice from his father, his happily-married brother, his priest, and from Teresa, his close friend at the Manhattan celebrity TV show where he works. She's about to marry Tom and is full of opinions for Jim. Three things happen over a day or two: Jim rehearses breaking up with his current fling, he meets a dazzlingly beautiful neighbor, and Tom asks for help telling Teresa his true feelings. Can Jim transform himself from someone who's good at writing break-up lines into someone who can find and express his heart? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Break-Up Artist
Film by Vincent Rubino Supporting
Television (Drama and Romance) Actress Guiding Light takes place in the fictional Midwestern town of Springfield. In its early years the stories centered on the middle class Bauer family, but later the wealthy Spauldings, Chamberlains, and Lewises, along with the working class Reardons and others, took their own places of prominence, though the Bauers remained the heart of the show. Written by Anonymous
Film (Comedy) Actress Gwyn Marcus has always wanted a marriage like her parents. She has just accepted the proposal of her boyfriend Matt, but she has misgivings about their future together. Her fear of commitment grows as she learns of the various affairs that her family is having. With her sister getting married and her brother already married, her mother is growing concerned about Gwyn's being the last single person in the family. But the more she thinks about marriage, the more she must search for the balance between career, marriage and family. Written by Tony Fontana <email@example.com>
Adam Astra Casting
TV Movi (Comedy) Actress The team at Adam Astra Casting is frantically juggling the demands of the Network, producers, directors, agents and stars while trying to keep their job in the wake of Adam's recent release from rehab, his alcoholic office manager, his over sexed, Jewess casting associate and his lesbian casting assistant who hits on every starlet who enters the room. All the while the ever-present and hysterical Doris Roberts, cast in 5 roles simultaneously, has something to say about everything. The office is currently casting 3 projects: 1)TRUE DAT, BLOOD ( ongoing black sitcom) at Rainbow Pictures. A cross between TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL and TRUE BLOOD. Morgan Freeman stars as the angel, whos an ex-pimp working off his bad karma. And Monique plays his vampire hooker assistant. They will be casting everything from Vampire Hookers to Junky Accountants to "undead" taxi drivers.... 2) NO FINGERPRINTS ON MY HEART (feature film) a gay romantic comedy. Doris Roberts is set to play the mother and every A-list...
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