Inger Tudor

Member since 2019

Regional: Steel Magnolias, The Goodbye Girl, Jefferson’s Garden at LA Theatre Works, The Suppliant Women, Honky, Yard Sale Signs, Stopkiss at Rogue Machine Theatre, The Death of Griffin Hunter, Just Say No, Bomba Trilogy, Food for Fish, Young Playwrights Festival at Theatre of NOTE, Slither, Diet of Worms at Chalk Repertory I Go Somewhere Else at Playwright’s Arena, Jean Anouilh’s Antigone at A Noise Within, The Exorcist at Geffen Playhouse, Stuff Happens at Mark Taper Forum, Going to St. Ives at Actors Co-op, The Maids at Stage 52, The Family of Mann at The Attic Theatre, Romeo and Juliet at Boston Court, Bailey’s Café at Hartford Stage, Mama, I Want to Sing International Tour; Directing – My Children, My Africa at Actors Co-op, The View from Here at The Actors Workout Studio, Around the Clock Festival at Rogue Machine Theatre, Local Story, NOTEworthy Playwrights Workshop at Theatre of NOTE, The Colored Museum at Ames Hall

TV: The Trial on Adult Swim, Goliath, Hand of God on Amazon, Leverage on TNT, Doubt, NCIS, Criminal Minds, The Young & The Restless, CSI: Miami, Without a Trace on CBS, Aquarius, Las Vegas, Passions on NBC, Focus Groupies on Funny or Die, Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff on YouTube, Vanished on Fox, The Shield on F/X

Film: Voodoo Macbeth, On Time, Lemon, Elizabeth Blue, Stairways, The Lost One, The Social Network, Rule of Three, The Making of “Grits”, Caterpillar’s Kimono, God’s Waiting List, Art, Breathe, Slack Trek: The X Generation

Training: London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art – Postgraduate Classical Program, Stephen Book Workshop, Wallace Audition Technique, Annie Grindlay Studio; Harvard Law School, Harvard College

Awards: Best Actress Award, Ikuska Film Festival, Spain and Grand Off Int’l Film Festival, Poland; Best Dramatic Performance nomination, Sunscreen Film Fest West; Best Actress, Mockfest; Best Female Comedy nomination, Stage Raw Awards; Best Lead in a Two-hander, Stage Scene LA Award, Best Actress nomination, Stage Raw and NAACP; Best Supporting Actress nomination, NAACP Theatre Awards

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