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But enough about you, what about ME?!

Thanks for asking. I have a BFA in acting from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Upon graduating I moved to NYC where I mostly performed Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway and Where-The-Hell-Is Broadway, did commercials and voice-overs. In addition to acting, I performed stand-up comedy at such venues as Caroline’s, The Comic Strip and Catch A Rising Star. On June 1, 2001, despite not having a driver’s license, I moved to Los Angeles. What was I thinking?!

While trying to get around LA by bus, I received a 2001 Ovation Award nomination (no, not for trying to get around LA by bus) but for my solo show, “Last Stop: Neverland”, which I wrote and performed (and subsequently performed in festivals in LA and NYC). I continued doing theatre and became a regular sketch performer on Fox TV’s “The Best Damned Sports Show Period”. And if you’re into Xbox games, you can hear me as the voice of Harley, the butt kicking biker chick, on "Outlaw Golf I and II", "Outlaw Volleyball" and "Outlaw Tennis" – anything outlawed. I also delved into the comedy scene there, performing stand-up in clubs all over LA (The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Comedy Store, Pasadena Ice House). In 2006 I was a participant in the Los Angeles Comedy Festival and was featured on National Lampoon Radio’s Comedy Countdown. In 2007 I participated in both the Los Angeles and Las Vegas Comedy Festivals.

In March of 2008 I got my driver’s license and in March of 2009 I moved back to NYC. Have you ever driven in LA?! Anyway, I’m back and thrilled to be pursuing my comedy and acting career on eastern (HOME) soil!