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- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Age Range: 40 - 52
- Vocal Range: Alto
- Eyes: Blue-green
- Hair: Auburn
- Height: 5' 7"
I'm an olden days Annex Theatre member from the time it lived downtown on 4th Avenue between Virginia and Stewart.
I've recently returned from L.A. where I appeared as Mama Z in "An Invasion Of Decency!" A surrealist theatre event put on by Theatre Revelation/Fancy Playground. We performed in a vintage wherehouse in downtown L.A.. The audiences were led into a 1950s style house, through a corridor populated by old fashioned radios and wild animals, and into the bowels/down the rabbit hole of our story of family dysfunction. In his review Charles McNaulty (L.A. Times) wrote that I was: "...a combination of Joan Crawford and Divine" and "...a candidate for a remake of Valley Of The Dolls." :-)
My most recent film / TV jobs have been the feature "Lean On Pete", written and directed by Andrew Haigh, due out in 2017, and TNT's "The Librarians" in which I played the sheriff of a small Oklahoma town invaded by a demon.
Also currently enrolled in a Masters program for Psychology with an emphasis in Drama Therapy.
Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Actor