I was born February 6, 1973 in Portland, OR. Lived in Portland until 15, spent a year in Honolulu, HI, moved
back to Portland until I was 21, when I moved to LA. Did musicals and plays in school, went to the performing arts high school in Portland. Toured with the Jefferson Acting Ensemble as a senior. Did regional theater (Blithe Spirit, role of Elvira). In LA, did theater (You Should Have Been Here an Hour Ago, Evidence Room; The Wedding Dress, Theater 40;
Psycho Beach Party, The Complex Theater; Fofo: Echo Greco, The Met Theater; Reefer Madness, Hudson
Theater), film (Willy's Redemption, short film
directed by Eric Wise; Drinking Games, directed by Joe Lawson; Weapons of Mass Distraction, directed by
Stephen Surjik; and Cement, directed by Adrian Pasdar), and television (Leaving LA, series on ABC; The Last Man on Planet Earth, movie of the week on
UPN; Hollyweird, pilot for FOX, and Miriam Teitelbaum: Homicide, pilot for USA). I also did many voice-overs, including dubbing the Japanese anime series 3X3 Eyes.
I think that's it! You know the rest, moved to
New York to be a professional student of the stage. Now back in L.A. and doing nicely, thank you very much.
Married Christian Campbell on his birthday, May 12, 2001.
Now divorced and living in Los Angeles, continuing to work in theater and movies.