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I was born and raised in the TriBeCa neighborhood of New York City, a place that's been capitalizing letters mid-word since before the 90's. I decided I wanted to be an actress at age five, which is a great age to be making permanent life decisions.


Since then, I've gotten my B.A. in Theater and Psychology from Georgetown University, completed the Two-Year Meisner Conservatory at Maggie Flanigan Studio, and worked as a professional actor on both coasts, garnering rave reviews from Vulture, AV Club, and my mother. I've worked on titles such as "black-ish," "Orange is the New Black," "That Damn Michael Che," and "The Detour," and am relieved to have an answer to the question, "what have I seen you in?"

My writing has placed in script competitions such as the Sundance Development Track, LaunchPad, ScreenCraft, and the Austin Film Festival. I gravitate towards coming-of-age stories for adults and characters grappling with their identities, usually through the lens of comedy, as that's my coping mechanism of choice.

I've combined my passions for acting and writing, co-writing and starring in a web series, "Long Distance" (Official Selection: Bushwick Film Festival, 1.5+ million views on YouTube), and a short film, "Good Daughters," which co-starred Marceline Hugot (30 Rock, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel). I'm currently in pre-production on a short film about my Jewish identity, "Burning Bush," based on my half-hour dramedy pilot. 


When I'm not acting or writing, I enjoy going for long walks on the sidewalk, being the friend with best restaurant recs, and using the Oxford comma.


If you've gotten this far, thank you. No, really.

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