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Chelsea Clark

SAG-AFTRA

Business Contact Number

614-315-9720

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Physical Characteristics:

Gender: Female
Height: 5' 5"
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Green
Body Type(s): Average
Portrayable Age: 5 years - 31 years
Portrayable Ethnicities: British,  Caucasian/White,  European,  French,  German,  Irish,  Italian,  Native American Indian,  Russian,  Scottish
Disability Information:

Experience:

Voice Over
Monster (aminated short) Cammy Montana Hall/SVA
Look Behind You (film short) Little Girl Voiceover Ruben Rodriguez/Mojo Creative
Dr. Seuss Vs. Disney (comedic audio narrative) Minnie Mouse Rabia Shinawi
Middle School Educational Passages Narrator Sadlier Publishing Company
The Wood Files (film short) Samantha Heart Jake King
Monomyth (film short) Winona Sam Cooke/SUNY
Losing IT! (film short) Christie Chamanti Mandadi/NYFA
Project Wrongway Cartoons (animation) Kim Kardashian, hippy girl Project Wrongway
Like Us (play) Little Girl Voiceover Melissa Farinelli/Multiple Venues
Credits
Voiceover Page with Demos (Website) http://www.chelseaclark.us/acting/voiceover-demos/
Official Website http://www.chelseaclark.us
IMDb http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4410344
RESUME: Casting Networks http://www.castingnetworks.com/chelseaclark
LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chelsea-clark/23/296/972
Actor Bio
Chelsea Clark grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and first trouped at age 5 with Candace Mazur's Expressions Theatre Company. She attended the NYC MAAIA Convention at age 15, earning a spot into The School for Film & Television (aka The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts) summer program; she attended this program for 2 consecutive summers. At the convention, she earned a medal in Voiceover. During her senior year of high school, she gained acceptance into the Eastland Performing Arts Program through Otterbein College. She then went to NYC, where she received an acting certificate through The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, serving as Key Student and receiving a Meisner Talent Scholarship for both years. She finished up her undergraduate education at St. Francis College, where she served as President of the acting troupe for two years; she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Performance Studies. She has had a year of additional training in method acting, and is now receiving training through The Simon Studio. Chelsea's first feature film, THE DEATH OF APRIL, is scheduled for release domestically and internationally. Through SAG, Chelsea has appeared as a lead character in Jimmy T. Martin's webisode, DEAD ON ACTING, and she has been the lead in Sam Cooke's film short MONOMYTH, which has been well received at three film festivals. She is currently performing in a recurring role in Season 2 of Steven Soderbergh's THE KNICK. Chelsea enjoys writing, and has written and produced a film, a sitcom and several monologues. Her bywords are "intuitive . . .versatile . .. quirky . . . facially expressive," and she has been described as "a consummate professional . . . profoundly reliable, punctual and trustworthy."

Skills and Training:

Special Skills
Actor, Gymnast, Horseback Rider, Improv, Swimmer, Waltz Dancer
Voice Qualities
breathy, childlike, drawling, dulcet, lilting, monotone, purring, quavering, soothing, tremulous, velvety, whining
Languages
French - Conversational English - Native , Midwestern, Scottish, Russian, Irish, Greek, French, British (Standard & Cockney), Southern
Professional Training/Education
The Simon Studio
Tres Artis Studio for Actors (Aylam Orian)
N.Y. Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
St. Francis College - Performance Studies
Eastland Performing Arts Program
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