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Acting work

TELEVISION/FILM

Wild Rose
Peacock
The Final Season
Unintended
Metro Woman
Fieldtrip
Meth-Wick
Woodsmith Stores
Travel Iowa
Holmes Automotive
Hy-Vee
Casey’s General Stores

PRODUCTION TEAM

Liebl Marketing/Luminary Creative
Mandate Pictures, Michael Lander – Director
State of Mind Films, David Mickey Evans
Pink Spear Productions
Dashboard Productions
Dashboard Productions
JW Morton & Associates
Woodsmith Stores
Iowa Filmmakers
Flynn Wright/Brackett Media
Screenscape Studios
Screenscape Studios

ROLE

Sonia
Extra
Extra
Mom
Host
Host
Principal
Principal
Mom
Principal
Patron
Mom

THEATRE

Sylvia
Meet Me in St. Louis
The Arkansaw Bear
Blithe Spirit
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Museum
A Man’s A Man
On the Razzle
The Memorandum
Starcraft Orion Discovery
Carousel

COMPANY

Carroll Community Theatre
Carroll Community Theatre
University of Northern Iowa
Carroll Community Theatre
Carroll Community Theatre
University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
Whistlestop Players

ROLE

Kate
Lucille
Tish
Edith
Alice
Carol
Soldier
Ragamuffin
Student
Judy
Acrobat

INDUSTRIALS

Iowa Dept. Economic Development
Iowa Event Center
Attitude
It’s the Law

PRODUCTION

Screenscape Studios
Screenscape Studios
VisionPoint Productions
VisionPoint Productions

ROLE

Mother
Mother
Customer
Lawyer

PRINT MODELING

Blue Cross Blue Shield
Alegent Health
IAMS Pet Food
Amana Appliances
Holmes Automotive
Better Homes and Gardens
DSM Magazine Cover

RUNWAY MODELING

TIGI Hair Fashion Show

RADIO

Dinner and a Movie

KKRL 93.7

Co-Host

TRAINING

1994 Bachelor of Arts: Theatre, Acting Emphasis
University of Northern Iowa
Acting: Richard Glockner, Sheila Bland
Movement/Voice: Sarah Salisbury
Dance (ballet, tap, jazz): Dana Lichty
Acting styles: Method, Chekov

AGENCY REPRESENTATION

Actor/Model, The Peak Agency, West Des Moines, IA
September 2014 – present
Steve Myers, Agent

Actor/Model, Copeland Creative Talent
August 2000 – June 2014
Deb Copeland, Agent

DIRECTING

Musicals

Xanadu
Cindy Lou Who and the Grinch’s Revenge
Disney’s Descendants
Disney’s Frozen
Mamma Mia
Elf the Musical
9 to 5
School House Rock
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Plays

Clue
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Harvey
A Christmas Carol
Frosty the Snowman
Don’t Mention My Name
The Second Lady
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Asst. Director)

ONE ACT PLAY

Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
Mythical Creatures and How to Approach Them
The Customer is Always Wrong
Everyone Gets Eaten By Sharks
Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Three Little Elephants
Law & Order: Fairytale Unit
Jack vs. Jill
Goldilocks on Trial
Richard III
Julius Caesar
The Bird, the Mouse, and the Sausage
Jackie and the Potato Stalk
The Least Offensive Play in the Whole Darn World
If Sherlock Holmes Were a Woman
10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
Rumplestilskin
He Lured Her to the Primrose Path
A Memo From Jupiter
The Little Red Robin
Thank You For Flushing My Head in the Toilet

Squad Goals
Cyrano de Bergerac
Pirates! Theodore and the Quest for Weird Beard
Action News: Now with 10% More Action
MmmmBeth
Pride & Prejudice
The Most Cliched Elevator Play in the History of the Universe
The Internet is Distract…Oh Look a Kitten!
Rapunzel Uncut
Bedtime Stories
They Eat Sunshine, Not Zebras
Kung Fu Kitty
Jungle Book
Gingerbread Girl
Santa-Napped
The Marvelous Machine
Macbeth
Santa vs. The Garden Gnomes
When Shakespeare’s Ladies Meet
Bad Auditions By Bad Actors
Henry V
Santa Man

A Play With Words
The Staggering Heartbreak of Jasmine Merriwether
A Simple Task
13 Signs You Should Stop Being a Pirate
Good Cop Bad Cop
Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon
Polar Twilight
Breaking Badly
Smarty Pants
The Seussification of Romeo & Juliet
While Shakespeare Slept
Oliver Twist
Waiting for Captain Ha Ha
Aesop’s Fables Redux
Slurping Beauty
Not-So-Grimm Tales
Casting Catastrophes
Stung
After Magritte
Fog On the Mountain
15 Reasons to Not Be in a Play
Billy Shakespeare’s Christmas Extravaganza and Traveling Freak Show

SCRIPTWRITING

Cindy Lou Who and The Grinch’s Revenge – One Act
“Cindy Lou, now a teenage Who, with the help of the Grinch, deals with bullying, grief, and acceptance”

The Teenage Brain – Reader’s Theatre
“A look inside the teenage brain where the amygdala makes emotional decisions and executive function tries to get everyone to behave in less self destructive ways”

Rainbow Color Commentary – Acting Scene
“Two fabulous gay interns join in the broadcasting booth for an NFL matchup adding a dazzling alternative perspective on the game”







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