About

From the moment I could walk, I knew I wanted to be an Actress.  I turned my back porch into a theater and the bathroom into the Box Office.  The audience consisted of my Dolls and my Mother.  I starred, wrote, and directed all of the shows.

I started taking lessons when I was seven years old at the Harwich Jr. Theater on Cape Cod, where I grew up.  I was in my first show, Cinderella, when I was nine years old.  I loved the lights, the smell of new paint on the set, and the wonderful feeling from being onstage.  Of course, I LOVED signing autographs!  I knew that this was where my heart was and my Mother always encouraged me to pursue my dreams.

I attended Emerson College, in Boston, where I received a BFA in Acting.  Since then I have traveled across the United States to work.

Today, I am a full time Actress!  A goal I have worked very hard to achieve.  I currently star in two one-woman shows that tour to different schools for enrichment programs, libraries, and senior centers throughout New England.  I also write and perform with StageCoach Improv.  I have been the voice of several characters for Sony Play Station games and for a variety of medical CD ROMS. I just show a national print ad for Vicks cold/flu. I keep busy working on films, television and theater throughout Boston and New York.

I have an incredibly supportive family for which I am so blessed.  Thank you Mom for encouraging me, driving me, studying with me and cheering me on! And thank you to my Husband for his continued support and this website.