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- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Age Range: 45 - 60
- Vocal Range: Alto
- Eyes: Hazel
- Hair: Brunette
- Height: 5' 7"
Other Unions: Core SAG-AFTRA, Core AEA
Most recently onstage as Mistress Page in Wooden O's production of Merry Wives of Windsor.
Represented by Actors First Agency. Demo reel at http://vimeo.com/110495170
Wit (SecondStory Rep)
"...the captivating and intense Eleanor Moseley...pulling out all her abilities and sharing this tortured journey with us." --Miryam Gordon, Miryam's Theater Musings
"This production is fabulous in the intimate setting of SecondStory. And Eleanor Moseley is utterly, staggeringly perfect." --audience review
Death of a Salesman (ArtsWest) Winner, 2016 Gypsy Rose Lee Award, Best Female Actor in a Leading Role (Small Theater) for Linda Loman in ArtsWest Playhouse's production of Death of a Salesman.
"... a rich and realistic portrayal of Linda, channeling all of her fierce loyalty and embittered despair... Ms Moseley’s beautiful performance of Linda Loman is the emotional heart of this play and of this production." --Michael Strangeways, SeattleGayScene.com
"Huzzahs... to the achingly moving work of Eleanor Moseley as Linda, a stoic, yet warm lady who is finally pushed to the borders of unleashing deep anger she has harbored." --David-Edward Hughes, JetSpace Magazine
The Lion in Winter (SecondStory Rep) "Moseley, running the emotional spectrum from determination and desperation, to devilish manipulations and back again, is mesmerizing as Queen Eleanore... There is real pain, heartbreak, and tragedy behind their venomous battles...Dark humor is also mixed in with the trenchant drama... Brilliant and classic." --Dewey Mee, Daily Record
The Long Road (Arouet) "Powerful material is combined with superb acting. I ached for ... Eleanor Moseley... whose pain was palpable, whose ...anguished efforts to cope were heartbreaking". Nancy Worssam, Arts Stage
Slaughterhouse Five (Book-It Rep) "...(the women) and Eleanor Moseley fill out the ensemble with bewildered honesty that gives Slaughterhouse Five its real ballast... played with stately indignation by Moseley." --Brendan Kiley, The Stranger
Last Summer at Bluefish Cove (Woman Seeking a Theatre Co.) Eleanor Moseley makes a steely and seductive Lil...with a few dashes of the flapper.” Brendan Kiley, the Stranger “Moseley as Lil seems made for the role, tall and lanky and self-confident and stubborn.” --Miryam Gordon, SGN
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean "Eleanor Moseley's talents as an actress quickly convinces you that she is Sissy and her strong abilities to play both the very obvious comedic aspects of the part as well as the truly tragic make Sissy the most interesting, entertaining and heart-breaking in the play.” --Michael Strangeways, Seattle Gay Scene
The Torchbearers “Colossally pretentious Mrs. Pampinelli (the striking Eleanor Moseley) directs the play within a play with determined delusion.” --Margaret Freidman, Seattle Weekly