photograph by Brian McConkey
Callie Beaulieu is a classically trained actor and voice-over artist who has appeared in over one-hundred regional theater and film productions. She spent the early part of her career in the storefront theatres of Chicago and after a 13 year hiatus (during which she lived abroad, learned to figure skate, and became a competitive ballroom dancer), she returned to the industry in the mid 2000's.
Pursuing a passion for classical stage, Callie has appeared in multiple Shakespeare productions including the Darko Tresnjak production of Romeo & Juliet at Hartford Stage. Additionally, she has performed with The Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, Flock Theatre, European Repertory, Fox Theatricals, New American Theatre, and ArtFarm among many others. Her work on stage has been nominated for two BroadwayWorld.com awards, in the category of Best Actress in a Play, (The Marquis de Merteuil in Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Barb in August: Osage County) and the category of Best Ensemble (for The Wayside Motor Inn).
Callie has recently appeared in the independent films Influence, The Iron Wall (which were both officially selected for several national film festivals including The Rhode Island International Film Festival) and One Summer.
In addition to her film and stage work, Callie has enjoyed narrating over 150 audiobooks for Tantor Media, Recorded Books, Highbridge and Findaway Voices.
On returning to performing, Callie has said, "While the hiatus catapulted me from "young mom" to Lady Macbeth, the change has been a good one and I feel a strength added to my performances that only life experience and maturity can instill."
Photograph by CS Marchand Photography
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