I found my calling in theatre in grade two when I was cast as the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe; I hope to reprise the role at a later date. In the meantime, I’m an improviser, actor, voice artist, and classic typewriter enthusiast. I have been improvising for eleven years, and perform with Virginia Jack Comedy, the Bobbers Queer Improv Company, and the Instant Theatre Co. Some of my acting credits include portraying a super-calm nurse on Untold Stories of the ER, a super-mom on a Swanson’s commercial, and a super-bridezilla in the web series The Movers. I am a dedicated clown-doctor in a long-term care facility with Vancouver's Jest for Joy, where I tell purposefully bad jokes, sing songs, and trip over my feet. I am also a member of the Royal Awesome Society, which produces royally awesome and innovative new improv shows in Vancouver. I split my time between Vancouver and LA, and am officially allowed to work in both places.
I possibly make the best cookies ever, and no, I will not prove it.