Welcome to the SAG-AFTRA New York Local! We represent members working in the state of New York (excluding broadcasters working in Buffalo and Rochester), as well as Northern New Jersey and Western Connecticut.

Important Update:

Dear New York Member,

Thank you for helping us pass A.8155-B (Morelle) in the New York Assembly! It was an historic victory in the battle for digital image and voice protection. Unfortunately, the Senate ended their session with many critical issues unresolved, included A.8155-B’s companion bill in the Senate, S.5857-B (Savino). SAG-AFTRA will continue this fight, so please be on the lookout for updates and calls to action.

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Onward together,
Rebecca Damon
Executive Vice President and New York President

The New York delegation.

New York member Evan Bass, New York member Lillian Isabella, New York Board member Nick Fondulis, New York Board member Jamal Story, New York Board member Verania Kenton, New York member Alex Silverman and New York Board member Sarah Seeds representing the New York Local at convention.

New York Board member Phoebe Jonas at convention.

New York Board member Jack Mulcahy at convention.

National Board and New York Board member Anne Gartlan at convention.

New York member Lillian Isabella, New York member Vanessa Morales and New York Board member Sarah Seeds representing New York NextGen Performers at convention.

New York Board member Anita Hollander and National Vice President, Los Angeles, Clyde Kusatsu enjoying a chat at convention.

National Executive Director David White speaks before convention delegates.

President Gabrielle Carteris during her convention keynote.

Secretary-Treasurer Jane Austin on day three of convention.

The convention delegation.

Executive Vice President Rebecca Damon addresses the convention.

SAG-AFTRA executive officers.

SAG-AFTRA members at convention.

SAG-AFTRA members surrounding Executive Vice President Rebecca Damon.

New York

New York

1900 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York , New York 10023

Explore the Neighborhood

The neighborhood around 1900 Broadway is one of the best in the city for food, culture, or just walking. We are opposite Lincoln Center, one of the greatest performing arts centers in the world and only steps away from Central Park. And there are dozens of great restaurants both north and south of us, on Broadway and Columbus Avenue. Of course, there is a Starbucks, right across the street, and plenty of ATM machines. On Thursdays and Saturdays there is a Farmer’s Market in the Richard Tucker Park on 65th Street. And there are several movie theaters in the area, ranging from art house to IMAX.

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