Stats | Resume


  • Stats: 34-25-38
  • Dress: US 3/4
  • Height: 5’8″
  • Shoe size: US 8
  • Long highlighted blonde hair with light brown roots (professionally blended and colored)
  • No tattoos
  • Ears and belly-button pierced

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Feature Films

Scaler, The Dark Spirit Principal Gravitas Ventures & Vizmo Films
Indiana Supporting Rollin Studios & Uoon Production
Stardust & Moonbeams Principal Terri Farley & Nancy Schreiber
Asylum: The Lost Footage Principal/Associate Producer Vizmo Films & Gravitas Ventures
Burdens Principal Michael Noir
EZ Money Principal Echo Bridge Entertainment

Television and Webseries

Another Period in Time Supporting Edward A. Gutentag
The Originals Stand-in/Photo Double Season 4 & 5
Sweatpants & Highheels Principal Kindari O’Conner

Commercials and Industrials

­­National, Regional, Local 17 Credits – 8 principal
*List available upon request  


Regional, Local, Radio, TV, Documentary 24 Credits – all principal
*List available upon request  


Delta One Ad Delta Airlines
JYL Craven Salon Ad Campaign Weldon Bond
HD Supply Ad HD Supply
“Happily Feather After” Editorial Elegant Magazine
*Full list available upon request  


Mornell Method (on-going) Sara Mornell Atlanta
Advanced Scene Study (on-going) Adam Stoner Atlanta
Comercial Voiceover Eileen Kimble Atlanta
Audition Intensive Sara Mornell LA
Guitar Phil Lashley Indianapolis
Voice Pat Wiehe Indianapolis

Special Skills

Instruments: voice, guitar, violin, piano, ukulele | Sports: horseback riding, yoga, snowboarding, riflery, rock climbing, volleyball, axe-throwing | Accents: English, Southern (USA)| Dance: swing, salsa, hip-hop, jazz, pole

3 thoughts on “Stats | Resume

  1. Your website is STUNNING!!!!!!!! It’s really professional, easy to navigate, and pleasant to read. Sorry that there’s no off switch in the proofer’s brain: You misspelled ‘flamenco’ under Special Skills. Also, I didn’t dig further, but shouldn’t your educational background be listed on the resume page? I’ll enjoy watching your career soar! xoxo, Heidi


  2. Congrats on your WALKING DEAD part! …but the correct term would be “recurring” and NOT “reocurring”.


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