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First Name
Crawford

Middle Name
M.

Last Name
Collins

Full Name at Birth
Meredith Crawford Collins

Profile Bio Text
Crawford M. Collins was born on May 25, 1987 in Plainfield, NJ to an Irish American father and a Scottish/Welsh American mother. She studied English and Theatre Arts at Mount Holyoke College and graduated cum laude in 2009. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Margaret Davis Stitt Prize, a distinction honoring a member of the graduating class excelling in the dramatic arts. In 2010, she went on to complete a Master's degree, in a little under a year, from Drew University, studying dramatic literature and earning her certification as a teacher. During her time as a student she consistently performed in stage productions. A decided provocateur when it came to the arts, she often found herself playing dark, thwarted, and conflicted women...and men. With a taste for the unique and mysterious, she found some genuinely interesting gender-bending roles come her way, such as the late nineteenth-century Swedish army captain, Adolf in August Strindberg's classic work The Father, and as a water demon in Camilla Ammirati's In the Ebb, marking Crawford's off-Broadway debut at HERE Mainstage in New York. In 2011, she began booking consistent work in film, television, and theatre. She made her feature film debut in a fine LINE (2011 Best Picture, Luminaries Film Festival). 2012 was a particularly busy year; including her most notable leading role from the off-off Broadway revival of Sicks! An Evening with Six of the Most Notorious Women in History. Her portrayal of Queen Mary I aka "Bloody Mary" explored historically relevant events of the Tudor Dynasty, but with a darkly comedic delivery and was also featured in an article appearing in the arts section of The New York Post. From there, Crawford moved to the sassy role of Myrna Malone, a XXX talent manager in Joseph Samuel Wright's operatic play, Rise. She then performed the highly sought after role of Li'l Bit in Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning play, How I Learned to Drive. Consistently off-centered roles in the plays Far Away, The Father, The Bald Soprano and Rise; television appearances as convicted Russian spy, Cynthia Murphy on the BBC series, "Modern Spies" (2012), a sinister apparition on the Bio Channel series, "Celebrity Ghost Stories"; and her performance in the short film, "Blame" (2012) have only added to her mystique. "Blame" (2012) earned her a Luminaries Film Festival nomination for Best Actress.

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm4449941/

High School
Gill St. Bernard's School

University
Mount Holyoke College , B.A. English, Theatre Arts, South Hadley, MA, 2009, Drew University, M.A.T. Education, Dramatic Literature, Madison, NJ, 2010

Brand Endorsement
(2011) TV Commercial for ESPN Monday Night Football/GMC, (2012) TV Commercial for Powerade, (2015) TV Commercial for the Amazon Echo

Gender
Female

Birthday
1987-05-25

Zodiac Sign
Gemini

Birthplace
Plainfield, New Jersey USA

Nationality
American

Occupation Text
Actress, Teacher

Claim to Fame
Blame" (2012) earned her a Luminaries Film Festival nomination for Best Actress

Distinctive Feature
Intense blue eyes, Highly defined cheekbones

Height
67

Weight
110

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Ethnicity
White

Official Websites
www.crawfordmcollins.com/, twitter.com/crawfordmcollin, www.instagram.com/crawfordmcollins/, www.youtube.com/user/colli20m/videos, www.linkedin.com/in/crawford-m-collins-4b8b9668/, www.facebook.com/chr059

Wiki Bio Text
==Crawford M. Collins== was ===born=== 25 May 1987 Plainfield, New Jersey USA to an Irish American father and a Scottish/Welsh American mother. She studied English and Theatre Arts at Mount Holyoke College and graduated cum laude in 2009. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Margaret Davis Stitt Prize, a distinction honoring a member of the graduating class excelling in the dramatic arts. ===In 2010,=== she went on to complete a Master's degree, in a little under a year, from Drew University, studying dramatic literature and earning her certification as a teacher. During her time as a student she consistently performed in stage productions. A decided provocateur when it came to the arts, she often found herself playing dark, thwarted, and conflicted women...and men. With a taste for the unique and mysterious, she found some genuinely interesting gender-bending roles come her way, such as the late nineteenth-century Swedish army captain, Adolf in August Strindberg's classic work The Father, and as a water demon in Camilla Ammirati's In the Ebb, marking Crawford's off-Broadway debut at HERE Mainstage in New York. ===In 2011,=== she began booking consistent work in film, television, and theatre. She made her feature film debut in a fine LINE (2011 Best Picture, Luminaries Film Festival). 2012 was a particularly busy year; including her most notable leading role from the off-off Broadway revival of Sicks! An Evening with Six of the Most Notorious Women in History. Her portrayal of Queen Mary I aka "Bloody Mary" explored historically relevant events of the Tudor Dynasty, but with a darkly comedic delivery and was also featured in an article appearing in the arts section of The New York Post. ===From there,=== Crawford moved to the sassy role of Myrna Malone, a XXX talent manager in Joseph Samuel Wright's operatic play, Rise. She then performed the highly sought after role of Li'l Bit in Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize winning play, How I Learned to Drive. ===Consistently off-centered roles=== in the plays Far Away, The Father, The Bald Soprano and Rise; television appearances as convicted Russian spy, Cynthia Murphy on the BBC series, "Modern Spies" (2012), a sinister apparition on the Bio Channel series, "Celebrity Ghost Stories"; and her performance in the short film, "Blame" (2012) have only added to her mystique. "Blame" (2012) earned her a Luminaries Film Festival nomination for Best Actress.

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