I have been a professional model and actress since 1993, working the East Coast from New York City to Washington, D.C. I’ve done nearly every type of modeling, including print, runway, and fit. As an actress, I’ve played roles in television series, commercials, industry videos, and web videos. I’ve also worked as a live marketing professional, representing companies and hosting events. Take a look at the many ways you can use my talents to make your next project a success.
“Just For The Time Being” was my first feature film, co-starring Blues Traveler John Popper as my husband. But comedy will always be my first love. In “The Big Presentation,” I beat the crap out of a guy in one scene, come on to him in the next, and then meet a questionable fate in […]
I played Mrs. Barkley in “Dr. X & The Quest for Food Safety,” which won the 2001 Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Programming/One-Time Children’s Special. I reprised the role in 2002’s “Lost at the Statue of Liberty.” By far the most fun role I ever had was in “Medical Detectives: Charred Remains.” I crawled through […]
As a 2005 graduate of Northampton Community College, I was honored when the Communications Program Department head asked me to be featured in their ad campaign, Northampton, Where Are You Going? My experience as a commercial actress has covered a wide range of emotions and genres, from the serious Meehan Oil to the silly Rothrock Motors.
In-house videos can be used to educate employees, play at trade shows, show on televisions at store locations, or promote your business on your own website. For example, Pride Mobility Products was able tell so much more about their goods and services by creating a news broadcast with me cast as reporter. These videos can […]
As an actress, the transition to voice seemed like a natural extension of what I do. I love being approached by out-of-the-box thinkers like Neilson’s Commercial Cleaning. John knew his outgoing voicemail message was stiff and boring. Together we created a pleasant, inviting, and professional message that represented the quality work his company provided.
Theater is a much more intimate experience then on-camera roles, as you spend weeks preparing and rehearsing with your fellow cast and crew. Being cast as Miss Forsythe in “Death of a Salesman” – a great American classic – was a thrill. But I enjoy comedic roles as much as dramas. In “Fuddy Meers,” I played […]
A great print campaign says everything you’re trying to convey in just one photo. For New Beginnings Birth Center, that was “happy, loving moms give birth here.” (I was featured as the mother on the cover of the center’s promotional pamphlet.) Ken’s Tire Store decided not to say anything about tires, but instead said something […]
Working on an InStyle magazine’s “Best Of” issue was a dream come true. InStyle had another model and I try on hundreds of body shapers, from tummy-tamers to full-body compressiongarments. We were measured before and while wearing each garment to see if they stood up to the manufacturers’ claims.
The first job I ever booked was Bridals by Sandra, which was a beautiful, delicate show. Since then, I’ve walked in all types of shows, from the elegant to the extreme. A couple standouts: Blackman’s Motorcycle Shop and Diane’s Lingerie showcased their clothing lines in party atmospheres.
Because of my time with USA Network and ESPN Boxing as a ring girl, I got to sit on the dais with Larry Holmes, Jerry Cooney, and Joe Frazier at the Tex Cobb Celebrity Charity Roast. I’m great at pumping up a crowd. Let me inject some energy into your next live event!
“Remember: there are no small parts, only small actors.” ~ My favorite day as a background player was on the set of Law and Order: SVU. There are very strict rules about disturbing the stars of a production, but on this particular day, Ice T and RichardBelzer involved me in a very lively discussion regarding a line […]