Tammy Minoff started her career in New York where she worked on Broadway, in Film, T.V., and commercials. She created the role of Mary Rogers in the Broadway musical, “The Will Rogers Follies”, directed and choreographed by Tommy Tune. Shortly after, she starred in the Neil Simon Broadway musical “The Goodbye Girl”, co-starring with Bernadette Peters and Martin Short. She received a BFA in Drama from NYU and continued to study acting in New York before moving to L.A. where she continued working as an actress and started teaching. She starred in “I am Not a Hipster,” the 2012 Sundance hit as well as many other films, pilots and commercials. Last year, she starred in the world premiere of her debut as a playwright, “Perennial”, which is now in development to be a feature film.
In her time as a working actress, she has found a deep love for helping other actors book jobs, create their own work and transform themselves as artists. She has taught a variety of classes over the years focusing on all parts of the business i.e. audition technique, on-camera, scene study. After realizing that the most important part of nailing an audition or an onset experience had to do with how comfortable a person felt in that situation, she began training at the S.E. Institute. The purpose of this work is a better understanding of the nervous system and how it affects both emotion and the physical body. Combining S.E. with her years of acting and teaching experience, she has opened her own acting studio. Here she works with actors on a weekly basis, both in class and privately, to help them get past personal blocks and obstacles.