Acting Bio

My acting career started in the late 1980’s in musical theater on Cape Cod and has since taken me through nearly every performance media – film, television, live theatre, voice over, commercials and industrials. I’ve had a plethora of interesting and diverse “day jobs” along the way from perfume sampler, singing telegrams, Marilyn Monroe and Ginger Grant Impersonator, Improvisation performer, Comedy Improv Traffic School instructor, Cue Card artist, Production Assistant, Casting Assistant, model, waitress (both food and cocktail), caterer, face-painting princess, game attendant and as a pageant coach/judge. I have also worked over 400 different conventions and special events in various capacities. Evidently, A.D.D. has served me quite well over the years! Recent career highlights include Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights 21 icon, “Lady Luck” and a co-starring role on Lifetime’s “Army Wives.”