Katie Leclerc

Katie Leclerc

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Katie Leclerc
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Katie Leclerc at O Holy Night in June 2011.
Born Katie Lynn Leclerc
(1986-11-06) November 6, 1986 (age 31)
San Antonio, Texas, United States
Nationality American
Other names Kate
Occupation Actress, Producer
Years active 2005–present
Known for Switched at Birth
Spouse(s) Brian Habecost (m. 2014; div. 2017)
Website www.katieleclerc.com

Katie Lynn Leclerc (born November 6, 1986)[1] is an American actress. She has appeared on several television series, including Veronica Mars, Fashion House and The Big Bang Theory. In 2011, she was cast in the television show Switched at Birth, starring as Daphne Vasquez.

Personal life[edit]

Katie Leclerc with Ryan Lane at a Dogs for the Deaf benefit in April 2013

Katie Leclerc was born in San Antonio, Texas, and grew up in Lakewood, Colorado. She is the youngest of three siblings.[2] She started learning American Sign Language at 17, before she found out she had Ménière’s disease, which leads to hearing loss. Her older sister also teaches ASL. [3] Both her father and older sister have Ménière’s disease as well.[4]

She married longtime boyfriend Brian Habecost, a real estate salesman, on September 6, 2014.[5] In July 2017, Leclerc filed for divorce from her husband.[6]

Career[edit]

Katie Leclerc discovered her passion for acting in seventh grade when she got the lead role in a production of Annie.[7][8] She then moved to San Diego, to pursue theatre at Valley Center High School. She took part in commercials for Pepsi, Cingular, Comcast, and GE. In 2006, she was in the Rascal Flatts video “What Hurts the Most” as a student in the classroom. She started her television career when she guest-starred on Veronica Mars. Since then, she has acted in many other television shows. Her first main acting role was in the show Switched at Birth, where she plays Daphne Vasquez, a Deaf teenager who was given to the wrong family after birth.

“My agent submitted me for a nationwide casting call for the roles of Emmett and Daphne. I ended up getting a call back, and that’s when I was asked to try a “Deaf accent.” It’s something we discussed in depth. We wanted to make sure my portrayal was respectful and done correctly. At the same time, we felt that using a Deaf accent would be a really strong choice for the character.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Gravy Train Lydia Faye Short film
2009 Flying By Ally
2009 The Inner Circle Claire
2012 Seven Lanterns Rachel Hawthorne Short film
2015 The Ones Katie Post-production
2015 Mesmerized Kate Hawthorne Post-production
2015 Holiday Breakup Kelly
2016 Stars Are Already Dead Ireland Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Veronica Mars Crystal Episode: “Silence of the Lamb
2006 Fashion House Sara Recurring role (4 episodes)
2007 Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show, TheThe Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show Tokersville Queen Episode: “Salute to America”
2007 Saints & Sinners Bride Episode: “Dance, Dance Revolution”
2008 Riches, TheThe Riches Teen Girl Episode: “Friday Night Lights”
2008 Ex List, TheThe Ex List Mila Episode: “Protect and Serve”
2010 Hard Times of RJ Berger, TheThe Hard Times of RJ Berger Deaf Girl Episode: “Lily Pad”
2011, 2017 Big Bang Theory, TheThe Big Bang Theory Emily Episodes: “The Wiggly Finger Catalyst”, “The Emotion Detection Automation”
2011–2017 Switched at Birth Daphne Vasquez Lead role
2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Christine Episode: “Play Dead”
2013 My Synthesized Life Amanda Episodes: “Amanda”, “A Disturbance in the Force”
2013 The Confession Katie Lapp Television film
2014 Community Carol Episode: “Analysis of Cork-Based Networking
2015 Cloudy With a Chance of Love Debbie Metcalfe Television film
2015 The Reckoning Katie Lapp/Katherine Mayfield Television film
2017 Confess Auburn Reed Web series
2017 Psycho In-Law Tina Television Film

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Work Result Ref
2011 Teen Choice Awards for Choice Breakout Star Switched at Birth Nominated [10]
2013 TwoCents TV Award for Drama Queens Switched at Birth Won [11]
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 2018 A Violent Separation (post-production)
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  Becoming (pre-production)
Lisa (rumored)
 2013-2018 The Originals (TV Series)
Rebekah Mikaelson

Episode #5.1 (2018) … Rebekah Mikaelson
The Feast of All Sinners (2017) … Rebekah Mikaelson
Voodoo Child (2017) … Rebekah Mikaelson
A Spirit Here That Won’t Be Broken (2017) … Rebekah Mikaelson
Phantomesque (2017) … Rebekah Mikaelson
 2017 Dustin Lynch: Small Town Boy (Video short)
Girl
 2017 47 Meters Down
Kate
 2017 Doomsday (TV Movie)
Kayla
 2015-2016 Aquarius (TV Series)
Charmain Tully

I Will (2016) … Charmain Tully
Mother Nature’s Son (2016) … Charmain Tully
Can You Take Me Back (2016) … Charmain Tully
Blackbird (2016) … Charmain Tully
Sexy Sadie (2016) … Charmain Tully
 2011-2014 The Vampire Diaries (TV Series)
Rebekah Mikaelson

500 Years of Solitude (2014) … Rebekah Mikaelson
I Know What You Did Last Summer (2013) … Rebekah Mikaelson
Graduation (2013) … Rebekah Mikaelson
The Walking Dead (2013) … Rebekah Mikaelson
She’s Come Undone (2013) … Rebekah Mikaelson
 2012 Blue Like Jazz
Penny
 2011 Pretty Little Liars (TV Series)
Samara Cook

Picture This (2011) … Samara Cook
Never Letting Go (2011) … Samara Cook
Blind Dates (2011) … Samara Cook
The Goodbye Look (2011) … Samara Cook
Monsters in the End (2011) … Samara Cook
 2011 Mean Girls 2 (TV Movie)
Chastity Meyer
 2009 Messengers 2: The Scarecrow (Video)
Lindsey Rollins
 2006-2008 H2O: Just Add Water (TV Series)
Emma

Unfathomable (2008) … Emma
Sea Change (2008) … Emma
Three’s Company (2008) … Emma
Reckless (2008) … Emma

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 2017 Jaded (TV Movie) (completed)
Master Akiyama
 2017 Love Beats Rhymes (completed)
Sapphire
 2017 Doomsday Device (TV Movie)
Kana
 2016 Mind Blown (TV Movie)
Private Fasma
 2016 Max Steel
NTEK Agent (uncredited)
 2016 Vigilante Diaries
Swan
 2015 AWOL-72
Monica
 2013 Night of the Templar
Japoniko
 2010 Dark Island (TV Movie)
Rachel Gant
 2010 Jackers
Raven
 2010 Project Purgatory
Madison
 2009 Blood and Bone
Anastasia
 2009 Shadowman
Asia
 2008 BoysTown (TV Series)
Dancer

Original Pilot (2008) … Dancer
 2008 Loaded
Lin
 2007/I Stand Up
Luna
 2007 Rolling
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 2007/I Spin
Valentina, Desmond’s Backup Dancer
 2007 Doomed (Video)
Sybil (as M. C. Brown)
 2006 Night of the Dead: Leben Tod (Video)
Lith
 2006 Campus Ladies (TV Series)
Hot Bikini Babe

Spring Break (2006) … Hot Bikini Babe (uncredited)
 2005 That Game of Chess
Tracy
 2005 Kitchen Confidential (TV Series)
Hot Model

Dinner Date with Death (2005) … Hot Model (uncredited)
 2005 Barely Buzzed (Short)
Dancer
 2005 Estudio 2 (TV Series)
Dancer
 2004 Dance 360 (TV Series)
Dancer

Episode #1.10 (2004) … Dancer
 2004 MDN (TV Series)
Cheerleader
 2004 A Night in Compton
Maricar
 2004 Your Face or Mine? (TV Series)
Dancer Hologram
 2002 Ultimate Reality
Beautiful Woman
 1996 Nash Bridges (TV Series)
Bar Maid

Promised Land (1996) … Bar Maid (uncredited)
 1995 Jade
Young Girl in Chinatown Parade (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Stunts (2 credits)
Mind Blown (TV Movie) (stunts) 2016
 2016 Max Steel (stunts)

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Idina Menzel
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Menzel performing at the U.S. Capitol in 2008.
Born Idina Kim Mentzel
(1971-05-30) May 30, 1971 (age 46)
Queens, New York
Alma mater Tisch School of Arts
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • songwriter
Years active 1986–present
Spouse(s) Taye Diggs (m. 2003; div. 2014)
Aaron Lohr (m. 2017)
Children 1
Awards Full list
Website idinamenzel.com
Musical career
Genres
Labels

Idina Kim Menzel (/ɪˈdnə mɛnˈzɛl/; born Idina Kim Mentzel;[1][2] May 30, 1971)[1] is an American actress, singer, and songwriter.

Menzel rose to prominence when she originated the role of Maureen Johnson in the Broadway musical Rent. Her performance earned her a Tony Award nomination in 1996. She reprised the role in the musical’s 2005 film adaptation. In 2003, Menzel originated the role of Elphaba in the Broadway musical Wicked, a performance for which she won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical. Menzel returned to Broadway as Elizabeth Vaughan in the 2014 musical If/Then, which earned her a third Tony Award nomination.

Additionally, Menzel is known for portraying the role of Shelby Corcoran on the musical dramedy TV series Glee from 2010 to 2013 and Nancy Tremaine in the 2007 Disney live action/animated film Enchanted. She also voiced Queen Elsa in Walt Disney Animation Studios‘ hit 2013 computer-animated musical film Frozen, in which she sang the Oscar and Grammy Award-winning song “Let It Go”. The song reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making Menzel the first Tony Award-winning actress to reach the top 10.[3] She ultimately won a Grammy award for the film’s soundtrack. Her album Holiday Wishes was released in 2014 and reached number 6 on the Billboard 200 album chart, making it her highest charting album to date.

Early life[edit]

Idina Kim Mentzel was born on May 30, 1971. Her birthplace is varyingly reported as either Queens or Syosset.[4][5] She grew up in Syosset,[6] the daughter of Helene, a therapist, and Stuart Mentzel, a pajama salesman.[7] She has a younger sister named Cara. Menzel’s family is Jewish,[8][9] and her grandparents emigrated from Eastern Europe.[10] Menzel attended Syosset High School.[11]

When Menzel was 15 years old, her parents divorced and she began working as a wedding and bar mitzvah singer, a job which she continued throughout her time at New York University‘s Tisch School of the Arts, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Drama.[12][13]

Idina changed the spelling of her surname to Menzel to better reflect the pronunciation the Mentzel family had adopted in America.[14] She was friends with actor Adam Pascal before they worked together in Rent.[7]

Career[edit]

Theatre career[edit]

In 1995, Menzel auditioned for Rent, which became her first professional theatre job and her Broadway debut. Rent opened off-Broadway at the New York Theatre Workshop on January 26, 1996, but it moved to Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre due to its popularity. For her performance as Maureen Johnson in the original cast of the musical, Menzel received a Tony nomination as Best Featured Actress in a Musical losing to Ann Duquesnay for Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk. Her final performance in the musical was on July 1, 1997.

Following the success of Rent, Menzel released her first solo album entitled Still I Can’t Be Still on Hollywood Records, Menzel also originated the role of Dorothy in Summer of ’42 at Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut, starred as Sheila in the New York City Center Encores! production of Hair and appeared on Broadway as Amneris in Aida. Menzel earned a Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance as Kate in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s 2000 off-Broadway production of Andrew Lippa‘s The Wild Party. Her other off-Broadway credits include the pre-Broadway run of Rent and The Vagina Monologues.[15]

In 2003, Menzel starred with actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth on Broadway in Wicked, a musical by Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman based upon Gregory Maguire‘s novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (1995). Menzel received the 2004 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. During her penultimate performance of Wicked on January 8, 2005, she fell through a trap door and cracked a lower rib. The injury prevented her from performing in her final show on January 9. Menzel did, however, make a special out-of-costume appearance at that performance, performed her final song, and received a five-minute standing ovation.[16] Menzel was replaced by Elphaba standby Shoshana Bean.

Following Wicked, Menzel appeared off-Broadway in the Public Theater‘s production of See What I Wanna See, a Michael John LaChiusa-penned musical whose run ended in December 2005, for which she received Drama Desk Award and Drama League Award nominations. She reprised her Tony Award-winning role as Elphaba in the West End production of Wicked when it opened at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre on September 7, 2006.[17] During her run, she was the highest paid female performer in the West End at $30,000 per week. Menzel finished her West End run on December 30, 2006. She was succeeded by Elphaba standby Kerry Ellis.

Menzel played the role of Florence in the 21st-anniversary concert of Chess at the Royal Albert Hall, London from May 12 to 13, 2008, alongside Kerry Ellis, Adam Pascal, and Josh Groban.

In 2008, Menzel headlined the Powerhouse Theatre’s reading of Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik‘s musical Nero from July 11 to 13, performing the role of Nero‘s mistress, Poppea.[18] She was joined by Glee costar Lea Michele as Claudia Octavia, Jeffrey Carleson as Nero, and Michael Arden as Octavia’s brother, Brittanicus.

On February 28, 2013, it was announced that Menzel would make her return to the Broadway stage, starring as Elizabeth in the new Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey musical If/Then. The new musical, directed by Michael Greif (whom Menzel previously worked within the original production of Rent), had its world premiere at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C., starting with previews on November 5, 2013, till November 24, 2013. Following the out-of-town tryout, the show moved to the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway and began previews on March 4, 2014. It officially opened on March 30, 2014.[19][20] For her performance, Menzel was nominated for her second Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, losing to Jessie Mueller for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.[21] If/Then closed on Broadway on March 22, 2015, after 29 previews and 401 regular performances.

Menzel reprised the role of Elizabeth (along with original Broadway cast members Lachanze, James Snyder, and Anthony Rapp) on the first seven stops of the National Tour of If/Then from October 2015-January 2016. She departed the show (along with LaChanze and Snyder) on the last day in Costa Mesa, California, on January 24, 2016. Her replacement was Jackie Burns (who previously served as Menzel’s standby in the Broadway production) starting January 27, 2016, in Dallas, Texas.

Music career[edit]

Menzel performed at the 1998 Lilith Fair summer concert festival and continues to write and perform original music. She has toured extensively and frequently performs in various venues throughout New York City. She produced and released her debut album, Still I Can’t Be Still, for Hollywood Records in 1998. One single from the album, “Minuet,” made the Radio & Records CHR/Pop Tracks chart at number 48 in October 1998.[22] Following the album release, she embarked on her Still I Can’t Be Still Tour, but after selling fewer than 10,000 copies in the US and missing the Billboard 200, Menzel’s label put the album out of print, and she was dropped from the label. However, the album was re-released once she began to rise to a greater fame with her Tony-winning performance in Wicked.

Her second album, Here, was released independently by Zel Records in 2004. Menzel contributed to the soundtrack of Desperate Housewives in 2005. She also appears on Ray Charles‘s album Genius and Friends, which was also released in 2005, on the track “I Will Be There.” In 2007, she appeared on the Beowulf soundtrack singing the end credits song, “A Hero Comes Home.” Also, in 2007, Menzel’s powerful singing voice led her to be asked to accompany the baritone British X Factor runner-up Rhydian Roberts on his debut album, duetting on the song “What If“.

Her third solo album, I Stand, was released on January 29, 2008. It includes many new songs, including the lead single, “Brave”, the title track “I Stand,” and a song released on EP, “Gorgeous.” The album debuted at number 58 on the Billboard 200, making it the first solo album by Menzel to make the charts. There are five versions of this album: the original version, the special limited edition, the iTunes version, the Barnes & Noble edition, and the Borders edition. Menzel wrote many of the songs on her album.

On April 1, 2008, Menzel kicked off her 2008–2009 I Stand tour in support of her new album performing four sold-out legs. The concert at Rose Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City was filmed for the PBS television series Soundstage. Menzel was joined by special guests, superstar Josh Groban and saxophonist Ravi Coltrane.

On November 11, 2008, Menzel released “Hope,” written by Paul Hampton, benefiting Stand Up to Cancer. On November 27, 2008, she performed “I Stand” on the M&M Candies float as part of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.[23][24]

On July 19, 2010, Menzel performed “Defying Gravity” and “What I Did For Love” in front of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at A Broadway Celebration: In Performance at the White House. The concert aired on PBS October 20, 2010.[25]

In April 2010, Menzel returned to concert stage embarking on her “Barefoot at the Symphony Tour” in which she was accompanied by major symphony orchestras. Her performances included collaborations with the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Pops Orchestra, and the North Carolina Symphony, and featured symphonic arrangements by New York composer and producer Rob Mounsey. In October 2011, Menzel returned to London to perform a one-night-only concert in the United Kingdom at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Marvin Hamlisch conducting. Menzel’s concert stop in Toronto was filmed at The Royal Conservatory of Music on November 17 and 18, 2011, for her second PBS special. She was accompanied by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch conducting and special guest Taye Diggs, Menzel’s husband. Idina Menzel Live: Barefoot at the Symphony was released as a live CD and DVD and aired on PBS in March 2012, with Musical Director Rob Mounsey producing.[26]

Menzel announced she would continue live performances in 2012. The first date she announced was July 8, 2012, at Ravinia Festival near Chicago, Illinois.[27] She made her Carnegie Hall solo debut (originally on October 29, 2012).[28] However, due to Hurricane Sandy‘s impact on New York City, it was postponed until January 13, 2013.[29]

Menzel toured Australia in June 2013 with shows in South Australia, Melbourne, Brisbane, and two at the Sydney Opera House.

On June 17, 2014, during a concert at New York City‘s Radio City Music Hall, Menzel confirmed that she was working on a Christmas album that would contain original material to be released later that same year. In that concert, she performed one of the original tunes from the album, “December Prayer”.[30] The album, Holiday Wishes, was released on October 14, 2014.[31] The album has so far peaked at number 10 on the Billboard 200, becoming her highest charting album as a solo lead artist. Holiday Wishes also marked the first that a woman had three different albums (the cast recording to Frozen and If/Then) peak within the top 20 within 10 months of the release date. Holiday Wishes also become the second ever Christmas to chart before Halloween during the SoundScan Era after Garth Brooks‘s 1992 album Beyond the Season.[32] On November 26, 2014, Menzel announced through her Facebook page that she would be touring during the summer of 2015. This was her first global tour and first time playing shows in Europe and Asia.[33]

Menzel was honoured with the Breakthrough Artist award at the 2014 Billboard Women in Music awards ceremony.[34]

Menzel sang the National Anthem at Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium.[35]

On August 5, 2016, Menzel announced she would release her eponymous fifth album, on September 23. Of the release, Menzel stated: “I poured my heart out and used my music as a place to kind of figure some things out. It’s a really personal album.”[36]

Film and television career[edit]

After minor roles in Kissing Jessica Stein and Just a Kiss, Menzel had supporting roles in The Tollbooth and Water in 2004. Her first major role in a major film was in 2005 when she reprised her role of Maureen Johnson in the film adaptation of Rent. She was nominated for several critics circle awards for the part. In 2007, she played Nancy Tremaine in the film Enchanted.

Menzel had a recurring guest star role in the television series Glee playing Shelby Corcoran, the coach of the rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline. When the series first premiered, Glee fans (known collectively as ‘Gleeks’) had noted a strong physical resemblance between Menzel and Lea Michele who portrays the character of Rachel Berry. According to her then-husband, actor Taye Diggs, Menzel had expressed interest in possibly guest starring as the biological mother of Rachel.[37] The character was introduced in the episode “Hell-O“. Lea Michele and Idina Menzel sing together “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables and “Poker Face” originally by Lady Gaga. Menzel returned to Glee in season 3 episode “I Am Unicorn“, her role this time as a teacher causing trouble for Rachel, Quinn, Puck, and former flame Will Schuster.[38]

In 2013, Menzel starred as Elsa in the computer-animated musical film Frozen.[39] Menzel’s performance received praise from film critics. The film became the highest grossing animated film of all time, and one of the highest-grossing films of all time. Menzel gained particular notice for her song Let It Go, which won an Academy Award and a Grammy Award and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. Menzel herself won a Grammy Award for the film’s soundtrack.[citation needed] She is also featured in the song “For the First Time in Forever” and its reprise. She has since reprised her role of Elsa in multiple video games, the 2015 short film Frozen Fever, the 2017 featurette short film Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, and will reprise it again for Frozen 2.[40][41][42][43][44]

Menzel was invited to perform “Let It Go” at the 86th Academy Awards in March 2014, where the song won the Academy Award for Best Original Song. When John Travolta announced her before she sang the song, he incorrectly introduced her as Adele Dazeem. The slip-up became a popular Internet meme.[45] According to a source for E!, Menzel was not upset about the mishap.[46] In response to the misnaming, she reportedly printed up satirical playbills that promoted her name as Adele Dazeem, noting her past work in Nert (Rent), Wicked-ly (Wicked) and Farfignugen (a play on the word Fahrvergnügen, referring to Frozen).[47][48] Three days after the ceremony, Travolta publicly apologized to Menzel for mispronouncing her name.[47] At the 87th Academy Awards, Menzel presented the award for Best Original Song alongside Travolta where she jokingly introduced him as Glom Gazingo. Travolta then finally pronounced her name correctly when he appeared on stage.[49]

Menzel starred as C.C. in the Lifetime TV movie remake of the film Beaches,[50] which aired on January 21, 2017.[51]

She is also set to star on the Ellen DeGeneres–produced sitcom Happy Time.[52]

Artistry[edit]

Menzel is usually classified as a mezzo-soprano.[53][54] Writing for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Sharon Eberson wrote, “Possessing a voice that could be categorized as coquettish to flat-out belter and everything in between—and with a stage presence to match—she usually is labeled a mezzo-soprano. But why pigeonhole someone so intriguingly offbeat? Ms. Menzel interprets songs as much as an actress as a singer, and therein lies her connection to the music and her fans.”[53] Describing Menzel as a loud, “full-volume soprano” similar to Broadway actress Ethel Merman, Stephen Holden of The New York Times wrote of Menzel’s voice, “The sound she creates when she belts in her high soprano register is a primal cry embedded in her being that insists that we listen and pay attention.” Holden continued, “Depending on the song, [her voice] can sound babyish and demanding, or it can sound grand and imperial.”[55]

Describing Menzel as a singer with a “husky voice, which sometimes veers toward shrieking until she effortlessly reins herself in or, amazingly, kicks it up another notch,” Melissa Ruggieri of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution concluded that she possesses “a superior instrument” both in studio and live.[56] On her own vocal technique, Menzel revealed that she prefers to avoid moving her shoulders while singing, telling The Philippine Star, “I actually try to take a smaller breath for a bigger, longer note because there’s less air that will come pummeling out.”[57] Professionally trained as a classical singer from age eight, Menzel decided to pursue other genres, specifically R&B and jazz when she entered high school. Upon becoming a wedding singer, Menzel was eventually exposed to a wide variety of genres, ranging from jazz and rock to Motown.[58]

Personal life[edit]

Menzel married actor Taye Diggs on January 11, 2003. They met in 1995 during the original production of Rent, in which Diggs portrayed the role of Benjamin Coffin III, the landlord.[59] On September 2, 2009, she gave birth to their son, Walker Nathaniel Diggs.[60] In late 2013, it was reported that Menzel and Diggs had separated after ten years of marriage.[61] Their divorce was finalized on December 3, 2014.[62] Her cousin is film critic Scott Menzel.

Menzel began dating actor Aaron Lohr and they appeared together in April 2015 at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner.[63] In August 2015, Menzel and Lohr bought a home located in Encino, Los Angeles, California.[64] They both starred in the 2005 film adaptation of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical Rent as well as the Off-Broadway musical See What I Wanna See. On September 23, 2016, Menzel announced that she and Lohr were engaged (via her Twitter account).[65] They were married over the weekend of September 22, 2017.[66]

Menzel identifies as a feminist, saying “I love that I play all of these strong women. But they’re not just strong— they’re women who have a really deep vulnerability and need to go through a journey in order to harness their power.”[67]

Charity[edit]

Menzel was an honorary chair of the Imperial Court of New York’s Annual Charity Coronation Ball, Night of A Thousand Gowns on March 21, 2009. Other honorary chairs for the evening’s charity event included Elton John, Patti LuPone, John Cameron Mitchell, Joan Rivers, and Robin Strasser.[68]

On May 17, 2009, Menzel performed at a special benefit concert in Atlanta, Georgia to raise money for the Pace Academy Diversity Program in coordination with the Ron Clark Academy.[69] The event resulted in the funding of two scholarships for Ron Clark Academy students to attend Pace Academy. The event was organized and hosted by Philip McAdoo, a former Rent cast member and current Diversity Program Director at Pace Academy.[70][71]

In 2010, Menzel founded the A BroaderWay Foundation with then-husband Taye Diggs as a means of supporting young people in the arts. A BroaderWay sponsors camp programs, theater workshops, innovative educational programming and offers scholarships and opportunities to experience professional performances. In Summer 2011, Camp BroaderWay welcomed young girls from under-served metro New York communities to a 10-day performing arts camp, run by Menzel and a team of acclaimed professional Broadway artists including Taye Diggs. During this camp, the girls collaborated with Broadway artists to write an original musical that was performed at a theatre in New York. The camp was held at Belvoir Terrace Summer Camp in Lenox, Massachusetts.[72]

Menzel has long-championed LGBT rights by partnering with organizations like The Trevor Project,[73] the Give A Damn Campaign (filming a public service announcement[74] and designing a T-shirt[75]) and the NOH8 Campaign, posing for one of their trademark duct-taped silence photos.[76]

In April 2014, Menzel presented at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Easter Bonnet Competition with Bryan Cranston, Fran Drescher, and Denzel Washington, after raising donations at her Broadway show If/Then.[77]

Theatre Credits[edit]

Year Production Role Venue Dates Notes
1996 Rent Maureen Johnson New York Theatre Workshop
Nederlander Theatre April 29, 1996 – July 1, 1997
2000 Wild Party, TheThe Wild Party Kate Manhattan Theatre Club February 24 – April 9, 2000
Summer of ’42 Dorothy Norma Terris Theatre August 10 – September 3, 2000
2001 Hair Sheila New York City Center May 3–7, 2001
Aida Amneris Palace Theatre September 13, 2001 – January 27, 2002
2002 Vagina Monologues, TheThe Vagina Monologues Performer Westside Theatre March 5 – April 14, 2002
Funny Girl (concert) Fanny Brice New Amsterdam Theatre September 23, 2002 (Performed “Cornet Man”)
2003 Wicked Elphaba George Gershwin Theatre October 8, 2003 – January 8, 2005
2005 See What I Wanna See Kesa /
The Wife (Lily) /
The Actress (Deanna)
The Public Theatre October 30 – December 4, 2005
2006 Wicked Elphaba Apollo Victoria Theatre September 7 – December 30, 2006
2008 Chess in Concert (concert) Florence Vassy Royal Albert Hall May 12–13, 2008
Nero Poppaea Sabina Powerhouse Theater July 11–13, 2008
2014 If/Then Elizabeth Vaughan Richard Rodgers Theatre March 30, 2014 – March 22, 2015
2015 N/A October 13, 2015 – January 26, 2016 National tour

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Kissing Jessica Stein Bridesmaid
2002 Just a Kiss Linda
2004 Tollbooth, TheThe Tollbooth Raquel Cohen-Flaxman
Water Jessy Turner
2005 Rent Maureen Johnson
2006 Ask the Dust Vera Rivkin
2007 ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway Herself Recorded “Lullaby of Broadway” for the end credits
Enchanted Nancy Tremaine
Beowulf Recorded “A Hero Comes Home” for the end credits
2013 Frozen Elsa (voice)
2015 Frozen Fever Short film
2017 Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Short film
2018 Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 In production
2019 Frozen 2 In production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Hercules: The Animated Series Circe (voice) 1 episode
2004 Rescue Me Carol 1 episode
2005 Kevin Hill Francine Prescott 2 episodes
2009 Soundstage Herself Season 7, episode 2
Private Practice Lisa King 2 episodes
Great Performances: Chess in Concert Florence Vassy 1 episode
2010 A Broadway Celebration:In Performance at the White House Herself PBS Special
2010 – 13 Glee Shelby Corcoran 12 episodes; recurring role
2010 Wonder Pets The Queen of Hearts (voice) 1 episode, “Adventures in Wonderland” (special guest star)
Sesame Street Herself 1 episode
2011 The Glee Project Season 1, episode 2: “Theatricality”
Idina Menzel Live:Barefoot at the Symphony Herself PBS Special
2015 Arthur Dr. Paula (voice) Season 18, episode 10: “Shelter from the Storm”
2016 Lego Frozen Northern Lights Elsa (voice) Special
2017 Beaches Cecilia Carol “C. C.” Bloom Television film
Julie’s Greenroom Herself Episode: “The Show Must Go On”
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Guest announcer Series 14, episode 7

Other[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Disney Infinity Elsa (voice) Video game[78]
2014 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Video game[79]
2015 Disney Infinity 3.0 Video game[80]
2015 Super Bowl XLIX Herself National Anthem
2015 – 16 Sirius Satellite Radio Guest DJ Radio show; 20 episodes

Discography[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Tours
First Date Last Date Title # of Performances Notes
November 3, 1998 November 24, 1998 Still I Can’t Be Still Tour 12
April 1, 2008 March 28, 2009 I Stand Tour 50 Special guest appearances from Josh Groban and Ravi Coltrane. The January 15, 2009 concert at the Lincoln Center was filmed for a special on the PBS series Soundstage.
April 24, 2010 July 21, 2013 Barefoot at the Symphony Tour 101 Menzel was often accompanied by Marvin Hamlisch, as well as various symphonies including the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, and the San Francisco Symphony. Some concerts featured guest appearances from Taye Diggs and various audience members. The performance in Toronto on March 6, 2012, was filmed for a PBS special and DVD and recorded for a live album.
May 30, 2015 October 3, 2015 World Tour 54 This is her first world tour. She held concerts in South Korea, Japan, the Netherlands, the Philippines, the UK, Ireland, the US, Belgium, and Canada.[81][82]
March 29, 2017 September 3, 2017 Idina: 2017 World Tour 57 Performances in the US, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Canada, Japan, and the UK.
Other Concerts
Date Title Notes
August 1998 Lilith Fair August 6 show in Cleveland, August 8 show in Cincinnati, August 9 show in Pittsburgh, and August 10 show in Hershey.
December 7, 2000 SH-K-Boom’s Cutting Room
May/June 2001 Joe’s Pub Shows on May 12 & 19 and on June 2.
Oct. 7, 2002 Ars Nova
December 13, 2004 The Zipper Here promotional concert.
August 2005 Provincetown Theatre & Regatta Bar August 18–21 in Provinctown, and 26 and 27 in Boston. (Two shows a night in Boston).
September 4, 2005 The Hot Tin Roof
September 17, 2007 Madison Square Garden
January 29, 2008 Virgin Megastore
July 19, 2010 A Broadway Celebration: In Performance at the White House Other singers included Brian D’Arcy James, Elaine Stritch, Audra McDonald, and the touring cast of Hairspray. The concert aired on PBS on October 20, 2010. Menzel sang Defying Gravity and What I Did For Love.
June 16, 2014 Radio City Music Hall Concert
November 27, 2014 iHeart Radio: Holiday Wishes iHeart Radio had Menzel perform a concert that they used a TV/Radio special. The concert features a guest appearance from Menzel’s fellow If/Then cast member Tamika Lawrence, and promoted her new album, Holiday Wishes.
August 25, 2017 GSR Resort

Awards and nominations[edit]

Theater[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
1995 Obie Award Special Citations Rent Won
1996 Tony Award Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical Nominated
2000 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical The Wild Party Nominated
2004 Tony Award Best Actress in a Musical Wicked Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Award Best Lead Actress in a Musical Won
Best Diva Performance Won
Best Onstage Pair (w/ Kristin Chenoweth) Won
2005 Drama Desk Award Best Lead Actress in a Musical See What I Wanna See Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Award Favorite Diva Performance Nominated
Favorite Ensemble Performance Nominated
2006 Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers Choice Award Best Actress in a Musical Wicked Won
2014 Tony Award Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical If/Then Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Award Best Leading Actress in a Musical Won
Best Onstage Pair (w/ James Snyder) Won
Best Diva Performance Nominated

Film[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2005 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Rent Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award Best Acting Ensemble Nominated
Best Song Performance Nominated
2013 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Animated Female Frozen Nominated
2014 World Music Award Best Song Written for Film Won
Satellite Award Best Original Song Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice Music: Single Nominated
Choice Actress: Voice Won
Billboard Music Award Top Streaming Video Nominated
Top Soundtrack Won
American Music Awards Top Soundtrack Won

Television[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2010 Teen Choice Award Choice Music: Group Glee Nominated

Michaela McManus

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Michaela McManus
Born (1983-05-20) May 20, 1983 (age 34)
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present
Spouse(s) Mike Daniels (m. 2011)
Children 1

Michaela McManus (born May 20, 1983) is an American actress, known for her portrayals of Lindsey Strauss on the television series One Tree Hill and A.D.A. Kim Greylek on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She played Grace on the NBC drama Aquarius with David Duchovny.

Biography[edit]

McManus, a Warwick, Rhode Island, native, daughter of James “Jim” and Patricia McManus of Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island, graduated from Fordham University, attended NYU‘s graduate acting program before leaving to pursue her career in Los Angeles.[1] In 2008, she joined the cast of One Tree Hill during its fifth season, playing Lucas Scott‘s (Chad Michael Murray) love interest, Lindsey Strauss.

After completing her work on One Tree Hill she booked a guest role on the fifth season of CSI: NY.[2] She was subsequently announced as joining the cast of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Assistant District Attorney Kim Greylek, beginning with its tenth season premiere.[3] She was abruptly written out of SVU in the Season 10 episode “Lead”, in which ADA Alexandra Cabot returned. However, McManus continued to be credited in the main titles for the rest of the season. It was later confirmed by the producers that McManus would not be returning to the show.[4] Since then, she has had guest roles in prime time shows Castle, CSI: Miami, The Vampire Diaries, Hawaii Five-0, and other films and/or television shows. She also appeared in the music video ‘Glad You Came’ by The Wanted. In 2012, she starred as Tara on NBC series Awake.

Personal life[edit]

McManus married writer/producer Mike Daniels in July 2011.[5] In December 2013, McManus announced that she was expecting their first child.[6] The couple welcomed son Gabriel October Daniels in April 2014.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Cosa Bella Bartender’s Wife Short film
2006 Beautiful Lie, TheThe Beautiful Lie Short film
2007 I Graduated, But… Short film
2009 You Don’t Have to Love Me Girlfriend Short film
2011 About Fifty Alix
2011 Café Movie Woman Video
2012 Funeral Kings Patricia Gilmour
2015 Into the Grizzly Maze Kaley Known as Red Machine
2016 Love Finds You in Valentine Kennedy Blaine

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 One Tree Hill Lindsey Strauss Recurring role (17 episodes)
2008 CSI: NY Susan Montgomery Episode: “Turbulence”
2008–2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit A.D.A. Kim Greylek Main role (13 episodes)
2009 Castle Scarlett Price Episode: “Love Me Dead”
2009 CSI: Miami Caroline Berston Episode: “Kill Clause”
2010 Nomads Donna TV film
2011 Vampire Diaries, TheThe Vampire Diaries Jules Recurring role (6 episodes)
2011 Hawaii Five-0 D.A. Roberts Episode: “E Malama”
2012 Awake Tara Main role (3 episodes)
2012–2013 Necessary Roughness Noelle Sarris Episodes: “A Load of Bull”, “All the King’s Horses”, “Regret Me Not”, “There’s the Door”
2013 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kelly Nivens Episode: “Dead of the Class”
2015 Aquarius Grace Karn Series regular (11 episodes)
2017 SEAL Team Alana 3 episodes
2017 The Orville Teleya Episode: “Krill”

ELIZABETH STANLEY

Elizabeth Stanley is known for her work on Downton Abbey at 54 Below: Season 4, Episode 1 Sneak Peak (2013), My Day (2014) and Broadway Draft 2015 (2015).
Actress (11 credits)
 2017 The Get Down (TV Series)
Shirley

Only from Exile Can We Come Home (2017) … Shirley
 2015 The Affair (TV Series)
Cynthia Rainer

207 (2015) … Cynthia Rainer
 2015 Broadway Draft 2015 (Short)
Anchor
 2014 My Day (TV Series)
Flynn’s Mom
 2014 Black Box (TV Series)
Jennifer Redmond

Emotion (2014) … Jennifer Redmond
 2013 Think Tank (TV Series)
Margot

School Lunches (2013) … Margot
Minority Healthcare (2013) … Margot
Panda Copulation (2013) … Margot
Job Creation (2013) … Margot
Prostitution (2013) … Margot
 2013 All My Children (TV Series)
Mother

Episode #1.8 (2013) … Mother (credit only)
Episode #1.7 (2013) … Mother (credit only)
Episode #1.6 (2013) … Mother (uncredited)
 2013 Downton Abbey at 54 Below: Season 4, Episode 1 Sneak Peak (Short)
Kiri Te Kanawa (Opera Singer)
 2012 Made in Jersey (TV Series)
Phebe Larkin

Ancient History (2012) … Phebe Larkin
 2008 Fringe (TV Series)
Stacey

The Same Old Story (2008) … Stacey
 2007 Great Performances (TV Series)
April

Company: A Musical Comedy (2007) … April
Hide Hide Show Show Music department (1 credit)
 2007 Great Performances (TV Series) (musician – 1 episode)

Company: A Musical Comedy (2007) … (musician: oboe, tuba, alto sax)
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2007 Great Performances (TV Series) (performer – 1 episode)

Company: A Musical Comedy (2007) … (performer: “You Could Drive a Person Crazy”, “Another Hundred People”, “Barcelona”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2013-2014 The Broadway.com Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.34 (2014) … Herself
Episode #1.28 (2013) … Herself
 2010 The 64th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Performer

Stage
Performances

[New York]
MasterVoices Production, 2017
Diana Devereaux
[Off-Broadway]
Signature Theatre Production, 2017
Performer
[Regional (US)]
Barrington Stage Company Revival, 2017
Mother
[US Tour]
First National Tour, 2015
Francesca Johnson
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2014
Claire
[Off-Broadway]
Encores! Concert, 2012
Gussie Carnegie
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2010
Dyanne
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2008
Allison
[New York]
Workshop, 2007
Performer
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2006
April
[Off-Broadway]
Musicals in Mufti Concert, 2003
Jane

Alli Mauzey

Alli Mauzey

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Alli Mauzey is an American actress from Anaheim Hills, California.[1]

She made her Broadway debut as Brenda in Hairspray in 2003, and she later reprised the role in the touring company. Her “big break” came when she originated the character of Lenora and starred in the Broadway musical Cry-Baby for which she won a Theatre World Award[2] and was nominated for a Drama League Award.

From April 17 to October 7, 2007, Mauzey acted as the standby for the lead role of Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked, covering in the absence of Kendra Kassebaum. She later returned to the company following the closure of Cry-Baby, replacing Kassebaum in the lead role from November 11, 2008. Through her initial contract, Mauzey starred opposite Elphaba actors Marcie Dodd, Nicole Parker and Dee Roscioli. She left at the end of her contract on August 9, 2009 and was replaced by Erin Mackey. She then was reunited with Dodd when the pair reprised their roles in the San Francisco production, appearing from June 29, 2010 until the closing night on September 5, 2010.[3] Mauzey returned once more as Glinda in the show’s first national touring production, beginning February 24, 2012, in Tempe, AZ. She replaced Katie Rose Clarke and appeared alongside Mamie Parris and her former Broadway co-star Nicole Parker as Elphaba.[4] She ended her engagement on August 14, 2012 and was replaced by Patti Murin. She then returned to Broadway’s Wicked on October 16, 2012 to April 21, 2013, appearing opposite Jackie Burns and Willemijn Verkaik. Mauzey returned to the role for the final time on September 24, 2013 as part of the tenth anniversary cast alongside Lindsay Mendez as Elphaba. Mauzey performed as Glinda in the tenth anniversary performance of the show on October 30, 2013. Her run ended on February 22, 2014. [5]

Mauzey also played the title character in a concert version of Cinderella, which took place on May 14, 2010 at the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.[6] She played the role of Cinderella again when the concert returned to the Nashville Symphony Orchestra on April 15, 2011 alongside Wicked alum Eden Espinosa, who played the Fairy Godmother.[7] In regional theatre, she appeared in:City of Angels, “Mallory Kingsley”, Reprise! LA, California, (2006);[8] The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!), Laguna Playhouse, California (2005); 110 in the Shade, The Pasadena Playhouse, California (2004)[9] She also played Audrey in the St. Louis Muny production of Little Shop of Horrors from July 25-31, 2011.[10]

Stage
Performances

[New York]
Encores! Production, 2017
Miss Minerva Oliver
The Scientist
[Off-Broadway]
Amas Musical Theatre Production, 2014
Selma
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2008
Lenora
[New York]
Workshop, 2007
Performer
[Los Angeles]
Reprise! Concert, 2006
Mallory/Avril
[US Tour]
1st National Tour, 2005
Glinda [Replacement]
[New York]
Reading, 2005
Performer
[Los Angeles]
Pasadena Playhouse Production, 2004
Snookie Updegraff
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2003
Glinda [Replacement]
Glinda [Replacement]
Glinda (Standby) [Replacement]
[US Tour]
National Tour, 2003
Brenda
Ensemble
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2002
Brenda [Replacement]

Miranda Rae Mayo

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Miranda Rae Mayo

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Miranda Rae Mayo (born August 14, 1988) is an American television actress. She starred as Lacey Briggs on Blood & Oil (2015) and now appears on Chicago Fire.

Life and career[edit]

Mayo was born in Fresno, California, and began her acting career appearing in the local stage productions and at her high school Roosevelt School of the Arts.[1] She relocated to Los Angeles and began a modeling career before making her television debut.[1] In 2011, Mayo guest starred in an episode of the short-lived NBC police series, Law & Order: LA.

In 2013, she had a recurring role in the BET comedy series The Game, and the following year joined the cast of Days of Our Lives as Zoe Browning.[2] She appeared on the show on a recurring basis from August 2014 to July 2015. In early 2015, Mayo had the recurring role as Talia Sandoval during the fifth season of the ABC Family teen drama series Pretty Little Liars.[3][4]

In 2015, Mayo was cast in the series regular role in the ABC prime time soap opera Blood & Oil as Lacey Briggs, the daughter of oil tycoon Hap Briggs (Don Johnson).[5]

In the same year, she also appeared in the second season of HBO anthology crime series True Detective, and was cast in the recurring role of the Showtime drama series The Affair as Joshua Jackson‘s character’s new love interest,[6] but due to her Blood & Oil contractual obligations, she left The Affair. In 2016, she joined the cast of Chicago Fire playing Stella Kidd, the new firefighter.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Law & Order: LA Anna Episode: “El Sereno”
2011 Supah Ninjas Assistant Episode: “The Magnificent”
2013 The Game Patreece Sheibani Recurring role, 5 episodes
2014—2015 Days of Our Lives Zoe Browning Recurring role from August 12, 2014 to July 9, 2015
2015 Pretty Little Liars Talia Sandoval Recurring role, 7 episodes
2015 True Detective Vera Machiado Recurring role, 3 episodes
2015 We Are Your Friends Courtney
2015 Blood & Oil Lacey Briggs Series regular, 10 episodes
2015 The Girl in the Photographs Rose
2016–present Chicago Fire Stella Kidd Recurring role (season 4)
Main role (season 5-Present)

Natacha Karam is an actress, known for The Brave (2017), Homeland (2011) and Silent Witness (1996).

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Credits

Year Role / Type Name of Production / Director Company / Venue
2016 Mina Becker
TV
Homeland
Lesli Linka Glatter
Showtime
2016 Tamara
TV
Silent Witness BBC
2016 Melissa
Film (Feature)
Valentine’s again
Steven Monroe
Hallmark
2016 Laurie
Film (Feature)
Category Five
Rob Cohen
Windfall Productions
2016 Eve
Film (Short)
Keyed Alike
Chloe Thomas
catsarenotpeas
2015 Angel Colt
Film (Short)
Clean Conscience
Funmi Durojaiye
Funmi Durojaiye
2015 Ruthie
Theatre
W.A.S.H
Lucinda Lloyd
Lyric Hammersmith
Lyric Hammersmith
2015 Spurio
Theatre
The Revengers Tragedy
Georgina Sowerby
CL Collective
St Mary Magdalene Church
2015 Aya/ Tach/ Sophia
Theatre
Public Inconveniences
Petina Hapgood
CL Collective
Courtyard Theatre
2014 Teresa
Rehearsed Reading
O’ Flaherty
Frances Hughes
The Shaw Society
Park theatre