While acting is her passion, Elaine Partnow is also an author, screenwriter, quotologist, editor, instructor and performance speaker especially noted for her living history portrayals. Elaine has brought some of her dozens of portrayals of fabulous women to tens of thousands of women, men, and children internationally at more than 500 venues. She wrote, co-produced and starred in an educational film about six of those women and was awarded "Best Inspiring Woman in A Film" by Festigious Film Festival (January 2017). She also received the Diamond Award for Best Actor at the NYC Indie Film Festival (January 2017). A member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA since the early 1960s, she's written, produced and acted in her own one-woman show, "Hear Us Roar, A Woman's Connection"; and was commissioned to write and perform "Hispanic Women Speak". She majored in Theater Arts at UCLA and studied with Uta Hagen for two years at the HB Studios in New York. You can find out more about Elaine at her acting website.
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