Whitney Kimball Long is an NYC based actor that has starred onstage as well as on film and television. Raised outside of Philadelphia in Bucks County, PA, Whitney trained in dance, theatre, and voice at The Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts for 10 years. She then went on to study at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she received a BFA in Acting. Her classical training took place at The British American Drama Academy in London. It was at the age of 21 that Whitney made her debut on the London stage, as Mrs Marwood in The Way of the World, at The Oval House Theater.
Whitney recently wrapped production on the indie film, Completely Normal, directed by Rob Vornkahl. On Television, she most recently costarred as Sophie in Elementary (CBS). Whitney has been featured on ABC's One Life To Live, Gossip Girl (CW Network), and she has starred in the series, Shinobi Girl, currently available on NETFLIX. Whitney's is also known for her work in the indie film I Die, I Dim, I Shine, which is currently receiving awards in film festivals nation-wide. Other film credits include: Sex and The City: The Movie, Frank and Barry (V3 Studios), & Lies I Told My Little Sister (2014).
Off-Broadway, Whitney performed in the all-female Julius Caesar at The Access Theatre, and she played the role of Bellamira in Marlowe's The Jew of Malta, with The York Shakespeare Company. Also in NYC, has debuted the original one-act Suddenly Nobody at The Algonquin Theatre and she has performed in an all-female Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, in which she was awarded Best Supporting Actress by The Midtown International Theatre Festival.
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