Carrie Ann Quinn is a professional actor and director in stage, television, and film. She can be seen in popular television series, feature films and short films with supporting leads, guest star and co-star roles. She recently began producing and directing independent films, most recently directing the multi award-winning Sci-Fi short, Launch at Paradise. She is a founding member of Escape Artists, an international theatre company, which produced the world premiere of Possessions in Sydney, Australia, a play she co-wrote and starred in with Jane Bergeron. Carrie Ann regularly performs and directs theatre in Boston, New York, Los Angeles and regionally. She is based in the Northeast, working in New England and New York. With a MFA in Theatre Education - focus on Acting and Directing from Boston University, and a BFA in Acting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, she is Associate Professor of Acting and Directing at UMass Boston. Also a nationally award-winning acting teacher (Kennedy Center), Carrie Ann travels and teaches master acting classes on "A Method for a New Millennium" throughout the U.S., Australia and Europe. Member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, and SDC.