Bio

  Love's Labour's Lost, 1999ish.

Love's Labour's Lost, 1999ish.

I'm an actor. I live in Chicago. That's me with the pie in my face. 

Currently, I'm shooting a feature film called The Lurker and I'm working as an understudy for Writer's Theater's production of The Importance of Being Earnest, covering the roles of Cecily and Gwendolyn. 

Most recently, I shot an episode of Chicago PD-- it's #4018, called "Little Bit of Light"-- and I was in a show called truth and reconciliation with Sideshow Theater Company at Victory Gardens. Read our review in the Chicago Tribune here. We received a Jeff nomination for Best Ensemble. 

Since graduating from Northwestern University, I've also worked with Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Lakeside Shakespeare Theater. 

During my time at Northwestern, I studied acting for the stage and screen, playwriting, and psychology. I performed in shows regularly, mostly in new works and classical plays, and acted for Northwestern Sketch Television. 

I grew up in Takoma Park, MD outside of Washington, DC. From ages 4 to 14, I performed in multiple Shakespeare shows each year with my neighborhood theater troupe, Lumina Studio Theater. My first professional work was at DC's Theater J, where I performed in various readings and the musical Shlemiel the First. 

Aside from my Northwestern BA, I’ve trained at Interlochen Arts Camp, Northwestern’s Cherubs, iO Chicago, and the Acting Studio of Chicago.