Tessa Auberjonois

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Theatre credits: The Shakespeare Theatre, D.C.: title role in Lady Windermere’s Fan with Dixie Carter, Lydia Languish in The Rivals, Esmerelda in Camino Real, title role in The Country Wife.  Westport Country Playhouse: Hay Fever dir. Darko Tresnack, Yale Repertory Theatre: Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hay Fever, others. Hartford Stage: Heartbreak House. Utah Shakespearean Festival: Viola, Twelfth Night; Marina, Pericles, new Neil LaBute: How to Fight Loneliness - world-premiere 2017.  Kirk Douglas Theatre world premiere: Dael Orlandersmith’s Bones. South Coast Repertory world premieres of Hold Please by Annie Weisman, Mr. Wolf by Rajiv Joseph, and Everett Beekin by Richard Greenberg, also Becky Shaw, Crimes of the Heart, Absurd Person Singular, Lobby Hero, others and numerous staged readings of new plays.  Antaeus: Lady Macbeth in Macbeth.  Off-Broadway credits include the US production of Trainspotting in which she played all of the female roles, Uncommon Women and Others at the Lucille Lortel, Noel Coward’s The Vortex directed by Trip Cullman, and new plays at The Rattlestick Playwright’s Theatre, The Acorn on 42nd Street, and several others.  Film & TV credits include I’m Dying Up Here, Shameless, Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, ER, N3mbers, Boston Legal, Birth, I’m Not Rappaport, many others.  As a voice-over artist: ADR revoicing of several major feature films for Steven Soderberg, Joss Wheedon, Martin Scorcese.  Commercial campaigns include Glade, Fema, White Castle, Goldfish, Princess Cruises, numerous others. Animation: Guild Wars 2, Marvel Ultimate Alliance, the Simpsons, and Final Fantasy XIV.  Narrated many audiobooks.  Oliver Thorndike award for excellence in acting from Yale Drama.  Fellowships: Fox Foundation, Sermoonjoy Fund.  Teaching acting, voice-over, voice & speech: AMDA, NYFA, Berg Studios, Private coaching.

MFA: Yale School of Drama.  Certificate: LAMDA.  BA: Sarah Lawrence College.  Groundlings, Lesly Kahn. Joffrey Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, School of American Ballet.   Member: Antaeus Theatre Company, 20-year member: AEA, SAG-AFTRA.

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