Growing up on the westside of Cincinnati, I knew there had to be more to the world than Catholic people and dancing to Sade in my mom’s wall mirror. Therefore, I took up competitive dance so I could at least travel to exotic places like Indianapolis and Detroit.
When my high school production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat called for dancers, I joined the production and, through my envy of the students with lines, discovered my extreme desire to act.
Naturally, I moved to Chicago to get my degree in anthropology, unexpectedly joined and became president of a sorority, studied at Second City, and then moved to South Korea to teach English and pick up a little Korean. Now I am in Los Angeles damaging my car and acting, self-producing, and directing.