Sigrid Sutter’s work and study have taken her abroad and across the United States, from playing Shakespeare to making award-winning independent films to developing world premieres of new plays. She originated the role of Melissa in the workshop of The Drunken City by Adam Bock at TheatreWorks. Of her Catherine in Proof, The Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote, “Sigrid Sutter is engrossing as Catherine…She grounds her character, and the play, in ragged emotion.” The Chicago Tribune wrote, “Sutter [has] the chops,” in its review of her performance as Silvia in The Two Gentlemen of Verona. In Chicago she’s worked with A Red Orchid Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Steep Theatre, Jackalope Theatre, Back Room Shakespeare Project, and others. Her film credits include Colma: The Musical and Strange Culture; her television credits include Chicago Justice and Ellen.
Her plays include present fears, (a one-man Macbeth with puppets) presented at Exquisite Corpse Theatre Company in New York, and Speaking Offensively With Distinction, (an autobiographical piece dedicated to Edith Skinner) developed in a workshop at Victory Gardens Theatre.
Sigrid trained at The Shakespeare Theatre Company/George Washington University, Michael Howard Studios, and The Second City. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA, and is represented by Actors Talent Group for film & television, and Stewart Talent for voiceover.
She makes her home in the great city of Chicago.
2017 CHICAGO JUSTICE DANIELLE RADFORD
2011 INVISIBLE HERO (SHORT) DELILAH
2011 THE LAST NIGHTMARE LUCY NELSON
2007 UNFLINCHING TRIUMPH: THE PHILLIP ROCKHAMMER STORY
2007 STRANGE CULTURE REPORTER
2006 COLMA: THE MUSICAL TARA