Vulnerable badass with a provocative wit
Actor | Comedian | Voiceover
A thing or two about me...
I have this habit of jumping before I see what’s in front of me, so you can imagine it’s taken me to some pretty bitchin’ places...
A bold hippie chick from Austin lands in LA with 2 cats, some crappy furniture and zero touring experience. So when I get a job offer to go on the road as a guitar technician; of course I store my stuff, board my cats and pretty much wing the rest. For almost a decade I got to travel the world and work with some true music legends. On my travels, I collected almost all of the 50 states (damn you Alaska - I’m comin for ya), Europe, Asia, South America and Australia.
After closing the touring chapter, I tore open a new one as a performer. I jumped head first into the sketch comedy scene with an out loud, all female, raunchy group of hilarious bitches called Blow Girl - and it felt just like home. We took our show to the Aspen Comedy Festival that year and just like that, I was picked up by another all female sketch group called Tomboys in Fishnets which took me all the way to the Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland.
I starred in my first independent film as a bass guitar player (of course!) and have continued to experience so many exciting moments; from my film festival debut in the Slamdance short Sky Drops directed by Burke Roberts to the lead in the Robert Rugan film Infected.
Recently I joined the cast of USA Network's breakout success Colony starring Josh Holloway and Peter Jacobson, and just wrapped 2 independent pilot projects. I continue to explore expression through my voice as an audiobook narrator and as one of the voices on the newly released season of The Break on Netflix.
I love those incredibly personal, messy, electric moments when people get together in open creation and risk something! I’ve spent most of my life in pursuit of these moments and I continue to jump my way through this life, collecting new experiences...and pretty much winging the rest :)
Just one more little morsel on the horizon… you better believe heads will roll when my one woman show hits the theater later in 2019.