Heidi-Marie Ferren is the daughter of recording artist Charlotte Ferren. She is an actress, vocalist, and writer who grew up in California, Arkansas, and Texas. For the past five years she has served our service members as Miss USO, performing and speaking across the globe as an ambassador and steward of gratitude. She has performed and lectured in over 700 venues including performances at CitiField, Nassau Coliseum, Madison Square Garden, and President Clinton's Inauguration. As a country, jazz and gospel recording artist, Heidi's credits include performances with Patti LaBelle, Lee Greenwood and Tony Orlando. Heidi was recently seen in Gary Marshall's new film New Year's Eve and playing Wonder Woman on HBO's hit T.V. show "Bored to Death" with Ted Danson. On stage, she has played leading roles in Shakespeare and Shaw across the globe with some of the world's most renowned Directors. Some of her favorite roles include: Candace in the world premiere of Dogshow; Frances Abbott in In the Belly of the Beast, directed by Adrian Hall; Lena in Misalliance, directed by Ethan McSweeny; Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing; Helena/Puck/Flute in the Award-winning PBS broadcast of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream; and Helen in the Off-Broadway premiere of Will of Bond Street. Heidi is also the author of the award nominated one woman show, Confessions of the Happy Bride, which has enjoyed performances in the US and abroad. She is a series regular on Houghton Heights (@HoughtonHeights), the first ever live broadcast series via Periscope, YouTube Live, and Facebook. Heidi-Marie is also in pre-production on her second album to be released in July. She is a board member of Defiance Theatre Company and an Ambassador for Veteran Rescue. Heidi recently played Claire in Neil Simon's 'Rumors' in Los Angeles and continues to support veterans and active duty military with her heart, time and talents.
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