My most recent film credits include the short, “Raising Ethan,” a 2015 Garden State Film Festival selection , in which I played Caroline, the tough-love aunt of a troubled teen. In the fascinating experimental short, "Memory Box," (in keeping with my "teacher/mentor" type) I was a college professor who counsels her student on the dangers of trying to recapture the past. And, in the fall, I'm slated for a role in my first feature length film, as Principal Smyth in the horror/thriller, “Impure.”
For the last 10 years on stage, I've been bringing strong, fascinating women to life. From Claire Harrison in “Whose Life Is It, Anyway?” to Romaine Vole in “Witness for the Prosecution,” to Valerie in “He Comes For His Books,” my roles have all shared essential traits: confidence, intelligence, wit and passion.
As an information “junkie” and former market research director, I have a pretty wide-ranging curiosity and store of seemingly useless facts...just enough to make me a great cocktail party guest, but alas, not enough to win at Jeopardy. I'm a long-time volunteer for various arts, environmental, and women's rights causes. I also binge-watch cooking shows and manage to exercise enviable restraint while wandering my favorite flea markets and thrift shops.