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As a non-binary actor, I play non-binary and gender non-conforming, as well as male and female, characters. Originally from Georgia, I made New Orleans my home for 20 years before moving to NYC in 2018. I'm most excited by projects that help us see and hear who and what is often overlooked or ignored. I want my audiences to experience joy, connection, excitement, and healing. I love to tell stories that reveal strength where people expect weakness and challenge us to examine our expectations. I'm strongly motivated to work on projects that are intended for wide audiences because representation, visibility, and inclusion matters, and I give high priority to projects that center creative teams of heretofore marginalized writers, directors, and producers, as well as actors.I’m enthusiastic about collaborating with like-minded folks in story-telling for both screen and stage. Thanks for dropping by!

pronouns: they/them, she/her

Height: 5”7                  Hair Color: Brown

Eyes Color: Brown         Body Type: Athletic

Photo Credit: Michael Kushner

Film
Television

Spectrum | Garfield Boston, director

Sariel, lead

Adaptation | Josh Kline, director 

Worker, ensemble

Stage

New Amsterdam | Rachel Leiterman, director

co-star

Fugue | David Boyd, director

co-star

 

Ripshit |  Maria McIndoo, director 

supporting

Y.P.R.: Young, Professional & Ratchet | Daarina Marie and Monique Morton, directors 

supporting

In the Beginning | The Chain Theatre, NYC

Androgenes

Sitting By Yourself Under the Cherry Tree | The Producers Club, NYC

Charlie

 

The Bøyg | Theatre Kapow, NH

The Old Man (Oskar)

One Empire, Under God | Piccione Arts, NYC

Vice President Zaine Thompson

Bat Boy: The Musical | The Company, Chalmette, LA

Lorraine

'Night, Mother | The Company, Chalmette, LA 

Thelma

Sister Act | The Company, Chalmette, LA 

Mother Superior

Alleged Lesbian Activities | Last Call, New Orleans, LA 

Sam​

The House of Bernarda Alba | In Good Company, New Orleans, LA

Angustias

*Big Easy Award Nomination for Best Ensemble

Abraham Lincoln's Big Gay Dance Party | Rockfire Theatre, New Orleans, LA

Harmony Green

How to Build a Forest | PearlDamour, New Orleans, LA

Ranger Gus

Special Skills

improv (intermediate-advanced)

athletics: sailing, running, cycling, soccer, basketball

teaching: college and high school

construction (intermediate)

Training & Workshops

PAA Advanced Masterclass | ongoing

Committed Impulse Advanced Masterclass | 2019-21

Practical Aesthetics | Karen Kohlhaas | 2019-20

Improv | The New Movement | 2016-18

Suzuki and View Points | Rebecca Frank | 2017

The Act of Falling workshop | Ronlin Foreman | 2016