Alumni Accomplishments

BFA in Acting for Stage and Screen Alumni

  • Joseph Barone ’08

    TV/Film credits: Justified, American Horror Story, Friended to Death (opposite Ryan Hansen), Fort Bliss (opposite Michelle Monaghan)

    Internet/Media:, Funny or Die original series, The Ranger Rob Show (wrote, produced, and acted), Matt and Kory Show, “Sorry for Party Rockin’” LMFAO music video

    Theater: Actors Co-op Theatre Company

    Received an MFA in Acting from Pennsylvania State University.

  • Mackenzie Breeden ’15

    TV/Film credits: Don’t Cry (premiered at Cannes 2017), The Groundlings, Secrets We Keep, Brunch, Slate, Charlie, I Don‘t Want To Be Me Anymore, Inner Zen, Great Expectations 2, Creative Mind Group, Upright Citizens Brigade

  • Cameron Bond ’13

    Theater: Beauty and the Beast National Tour (Gaston), Disney Dream Cruise Line Featured Guest Artist (Gaston), Finding Neverland Broadway/National Tour (JM Barrie and Hook understudy), 3D Theatricals, La Mirada Playhouse

  • Tory Freeth ’15

    TV/Film credits: host of Disney 365 on Disney Channel

    Commercial credits: Little Caesars, Wii, Disney Sing-it, Ashley Furniture, AcneFree, iTag, Walmart, and Adopt Match

  • Tyler Hubbard ’16

    Attending New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

  • Scott Kuiper ’14

    Received an MFA in Acting at Florida State University‘s Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training.

  • Mackenzie Marsh ’06

    TV/Film credits: American Housewife, The Following, Pee Wee’s Big Holiday, The Dog Who Saved Summer, Turn Around Jake, Just Before I Go (opposite Sean William Scott, directed by Courtney Cox)

  • Renna Nightingale ’14

    TV/Film credits: Wizards of Waverly Place, Zoey 101, Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry, Hello, My Name Is Doris (opposite Sally FIeld), National Anthem singer at Dodgers Stadium, Angels Stadium, Staples Center

B.A. in Theater Arts Alumni

  • Dennis Baker ’02

    TV/Film credits: Criminal Minds Theater: Actors Co-op Theatre Company

    Received an MFA in Educational Theater at New York University.

  • Anna Hodgson ’13

    Works as a stage manager at Boston Court.

  • Rachel Jendrzejewski ’06

    Theater: Her plays and performance works have been developed or produced by the Walker Art Center, Southern Theater, Red Eye Theater, The Playwrights’ Center, In the Heart of the Beast, Padua Playwrights, Rhode Island School of Design, Trinity Repertory Company, American Repertory Theater’s New Voices Series, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, The Conflux Festival, The Wild Project, and Playwrights’ Horizons.

    Received an MFA in Playwriting at Brown University in Rhode Island.

  • Joseph Reyes ’16

    Is an American Conservatory Theater’s General/Company Management Fellow, and is attending Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York for an MFA in Performance and Performance Studies.

Theater Arts Minor

  • Juan Alfonso ’05

    TV/Film credits: How to Get Away With Murder, Anger Management, Mom, NCIS: Los Angeles, Revenge, Castle, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Fresh Off The Boat, To My Future Assistant, The Butcher, The S Word.

    Commercial Credits: General Market,, Honda, Wal-mart, am/pm, Toyota, Kohl’s, Texas Lotto, Xfinity, Capital One, Domino’s, Lowes, Midas, Mercury Insurance.

  • Colleen Ballinger ’08

    TV/Film credits: co-hosted The View, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon with Jerry Seinfeld, Martin Short, and Jimmy Fallon, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld, Victorious, Netflix Original Series: Haters Back Off

    Created global sensation “Miranda Sings”, and has over 3 million subscribers on YouTube.

Note: This information is current for the 2017-18 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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