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Anne Yeomans (formerly known as Anne Clare Gibbons-Brown) is best known for her supporting lead role in the film "Club Life" starring Jerry Ferarra and Jessica Szohr as well as appearances on TV programs such as "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," "Unforgettable," "Law & Order," "As the World Turns," and "The Great White Way" (Osaka-TV, Japan). Ms. Yeomans has been seen on the New York City stage in the lead female role of Abby Coleman in "Heart and Lights" at Radio City Music Hall and as Tricia Nixon in "First Kids: The Musical" directed by Tony Award winners Murphy Cross and Paul Kreppel. Also on the New York City stage she has played Steph Rocca in the first two plays of David Stallings' Gavelston cycle; "Barrier Island" and "A Song for St. Michael's," she has also been seen as Karen, a rebellious young Irish woman in "Belfast Kind" a new powerful play by Margot Connolly and also as the young British survivor of the wreck, Eva Hart, in "Titanic Voices," she was delightfully funny as Sunny Singleton in "Whose Story?" Ms. Yeomans sings frequently in the New York City cabaret scene at venues such as 54 Below, Don't Tell Mama,The Iguana, Characters, and Backstage Dopo Teatro.

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Trivia (6)

She was selected for "Beauty Looks of the Week" for her red carpet appearance at the premiere of the film "Club Life" by the Yahoo Lifestyle and Beleza Extraordinaria web sites.
Ms. Yeomans earned a certificate in screen acting from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
She was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa international academic honor society for her college studies.
She earned a conservatory certificate in theatrical and screen performance from the T. Schreiber Studios.
Her B.A. is from Marist College with concentrations in Film & TV, Theater, and Music.
Her singing voice is a Lyric Soprano with a Coloratura extension.

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