I grew up on outer Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the only child of a single mother. This means I’m responsible, take myself very seriously, and have known how to cook a three course meal since I was five. My mother and I have a blog where we comment on great television (don’t get her started on Baltar from Battlestar Galactica). It stalled out a little while she was having technical difficulties, but we’re planning on resuming Breaking Bad soon.

I have a big affection for kids and volunteer with some phenomenal ones at Camp AmeriKids, which exists to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease. I’ve been playing with them since 2012 and often head up the drama program there.

I earned my Equity card doing regional theatre on the east coast playing a lot of uptight women who gradually allow themselves to cut loose a bit. I also launched a healthy commercial career back east, perfecting the art of the snarky but tolerant wife with the slightly raised eyebrow. I flex my writing muscles on short films.

My hobbies include bird watching (corvids forever) and mourning Littlefinger (my mother is so disappointed in me). I’m currently based in Los Angeles.