About

Hi there! I’m an Atlanta-based actor, singer, and dancer with over 30 years of professional experience.

I was born in New York and raised in Atlanta as the youngest of four girls. My love for performing started at a young age because it “lit me up” and – let’s be honest – it was a surefire way to capture my family’s attention. This love of drama grew into a lifelong passion for storytelling – I was hooked after my debut performance as a toy soldier in Atlanta Ballet’s The Nutcracker when I was eight.

After graduating from Yale with a B.A. in Theatre Studies, I went on to make my Broadway debut in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, understudying and performing the principal role of Hedy La Rue alongside Matthew Broderick. I also appeared in the Broadway revival of Once Upon a Mattress with Sarah Jessica Parker.

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Into the Burrow

Back to the Burrow

It was an absolute joy to be reunited with the cast of Into the Burrow during three special concert performances of our show during the 2024 TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences)/USA National Festival and Conference, hosted by the Alliance Theatre. Bringing together theater-makers from all over the world, the Festival showcased a diverse range of live performances, staged readings, and concerts, presented in conjunction with the Woodruff Art Center’s “Toddler Takeover.” It is always a joy to share the soaring music and hopeful message of this beautiful show with new audiences of all ages!

Pamela Gold

Premiere of Single Black Female 2

Such a fun evening attending the Atlanta premiere of Single Black Female 2, which I filmed last summer! I’m grateful for the opportunity to play “Sister Iris” in the film, and I had a great time on set working with Amber Riley, director Shari L. Carpenter, and my fellow Aligned Stars Agency “sister,” Stella Doyle. 


Synopsis: 
Three years after narrowly escaping the murderous clutches of her half-sister Simone (Amber Riley), Monica (Raven Goodwin) is ready for a fresh start in Seattle as the host of the city’s #1 primetime investigative television program. With her best friend Bebe (K. Michelle) by her side and a new love interest, things are looking up for Monica. Secretly nursed back to health and suffering from amnesia, Simone is building a new life when she comes across Monica on TV and her memories come rushing back, leading to a fateful reunion between the sisters. Can the two put the past behind them? Or will Simone’s need to get revenge win the day?


Intrigued? You can catch Single Black Female streaming on Lifetime TV.

With Alex Edelman in his hit one-man Broadway show, JUST FOR US, at The Alliance Theatre

Community

I’m so grateful that the new year has already provided opportunities to gather in community with my fellow Atlanta artists. A group of us enjoyed a riveting, provocative, and hilarious performance by Alex Edelman in his hit one-man Broadway show, JUST FOR US, at The Alliance Theatre. After the post-show talkback, Alex was kind enough to spend more time talking shop with us and then happily posed for our group photo. And it was wonderful to be back in class with my fellow screen actors at Arvold Warner Studio. Advanced OCAT (On-Camera Audition Techniques) class with Déjà Dee was a great way to jump start 2024. There’s nothing like creating and connecting in person!