ABOUT ME: When I was eighteen, people would always ask me: "You're from Los Angeles, why are you leaving if you want to be an actor?"
Although I am, and always will be, a California girl at heart, I came East because of my love of theater, and my desire to study and be immersed in a world of live performance that exists, in this country, only in New York City. And so, I received my BFA at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, and studied at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London to prepare.
Favorite credits since moving to New York include Stupid F*cking Bird at The Pearl, the deadpan Dutch girl named Floor on the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait, The Trojan Women at The Flea (Drama Desk Nom for Best Adaptation), going home to the West Coast for the Santa Cruz Shakespeare 2018 season, and most recently, Bitter Greens, a play I wrote and acted in at 59E59 Theaters in last December -- which had a sold out run.
As a burgeoning filmmaker, I've written and produced various short films and music videos with Station26 Productions. And next up, I'll be performing in the NYC-premiere of Good Friday by Kristiana Rae Colón from Feb 16-March 18th, 2019.