Birth Place: United States

Virginia Bartholomew is a Manhattan based actor, director and teaching artist. Her career ranges from indie film and gritty black box to the classical stage and improv comedy. In 2011 she was named a Best Actress in a Leading Role nominee for her work as Lady Macbeth with The Redd Tale Theatre Compnay and her one-woman adaptation of 'Frankenstein with Mary Shelley' recently ran four weeks in Midtown. She's very proud to have been a part of the very important LOGO feature film 'Teens Like Phil' as concerned Ms. Wellington. Virginia is currently teaching Shakespeare to persons with early Alzheimer's and coaching public speaking with lessons from the classical stage. Favorite directing credits include Zimmerman's Metamorphoses and Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.