I am an actress who loves playing roles full of vulnerability and those with a touch of goofiness. I’ve enjoyed playing great characters from dry hipsters to Shakespeare’s tragic women both on film and on stage. I have also been enjoying great commercial success through my commercial agent: KMR.

Last year I booked a commercial for DirecTV and I recently booked a national commercial for AutoZone that is currently on air. A great spot I booked not too long ago was for Liberty Mutual which played during the 2014 Winter Olympics! Some other spots have been with McDonald’s, Liberty Bank and SoCal Honda. Film credits include Growth and Blueberry Cornelius. I also filmed several episodes for the popular web series How to Fake it in America playing a dry, sarcastic hipster and starred in several shorts in the project Check OFF currently in production.

I’m a member of The Road Theatre in North Hollywood as well as Fugitive Kind Theatre. Local theatre credits include Leta in The Pliant Girls with Fugitive Kind Theatre (Ovation Nominated in 2015); Ophelia in Hamlet with Loose Canon Collective; Sybil in Private Lives at International City Theatre. Other stage credits include Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor and Abigail in The Crucible at SRT in Santa Rosa, CA; Imogen in Cymbeline at Great River Shakespeare Festival.

I have an MFA in Acting from U.C. Irvine and a BS in Theatre from University of Evansville, IN. I’m also an alum of iO West’s Improv training program and continue taking acting classes at Studio NoHo. When I’m not acting, I get to further my passion by  teaching acting students in Voice, Dialects, Movement and Scene Study classes.