Actor • Dancer •
AEA • SAG-AFTRA Eligible
I'm a Brooklyn-based freelance actor & dancer, born & raised outside of Boston with ancestral roots in Britain. From the often literal, Anglo-Saxon meaning of familial names, I like to imagine my ancestors were royal trumpeters...or, as I recently learned while watching Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring, us Hornblowers are hobbits!
I have been performing since I was 6 years old when I made my stage debut as Francine in my school’s 2nd grade play, Arthur the Aardvark, thus sparking my love of playing the mischievous villain. After overcoming a brief burst of stage fright (I was quick to tears as a child), I latched onto the thrill that is the connection between actor & audience and haven't looked back since.
After receiving dual B.A. degrees in Theatre & English and graduating magna cum laude from Boston College, I studied at Williamstown Theatre Festival as a member of the Acting Apprentice Company. In Fall 2021, I joined Actors' Equity Association.
I also have on-camera experience in the film, television, and commercial industries and am SAG-AFTRA Eligible. Most notably, you can spot my bobbing blonde head within the first ten minutes of Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated film, Little Women, as one of the Principal Dancers.
When not performing, I enjoy spending time with my friends & family, trying out a new recipe, re-reading the Harry Potter books for the millionth time, daydreaming about having a basset hound one day, binge-watching the latest dystopian drama or fantasy flick, and running around Prospect Park.