A feminist skeptic in the Netflix feature, A Futile and Stupid Gesture
An ambitious writer’s assistant on Judd Apatow’s new Netflix series, Love.
A polite social worker placating Amy Poehler on Parks and Recreation.
A grief-stricken maid facing-off David Duchovny on Aquarius
A suave masseuse side-stepping Nick Kroll’s self-denial on The Kroll Show.
A brazen time-travel applicant in Steve Harper’s (Covert Affairs) experimental science fiction web series, Send Me.
A vain war “wife” alongside Uzo Aduba in Danai Gurira’s (The Walking Dead) award-winning play, Eclipsed.
A teenage Shanola Hampton (Shameless) in Charles Murray’s feature film, Things Never Said.
An African teen with romantic ideals in Caspian Picture’s short film, Faith and Dreams.
A wisecracking waitress in Bohemian Catfish’s webseries, The Celibate.
A well-meaning teaching artist and her classroom of complicated students in Nilaja Sun’s critically acclaimed No Child.
A sexually-frustrated wife in Shakespeare’s Cardenio at American Repertory Theatre.
Ophelia in Todd Theatre’s production of Hamlet.
... and precocious Nigerian third graders in my comedic one-person play, Take Me To The Poorhouse.