A Bit About Me...
I am a born and bred New Yorker who started performing professionally at age 10 in the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. I graduated cum laude from Yale University, where I was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts. I have performed in theaters all over the United States including in the canyons of southern Utah, the mountains of the Berkshires, and the bustling streets of the East Village.
I recently graduated with my MFA in Acting from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the UK and am excited to work on both sides of the Atlantic!
When not performing, I can usually be found poring over Victorian Gothic fiction, eating pierogis, and trying to decipher what casting directors mean when they call me "quirky." I am also the co-founder of the arts nonprofit Hear Your Song, which you can find out more about by clicking here!