Ann Talman

Ann TalmanAfter graduation from Pennsylvania State University, Ann Talman was cast to play Elizabeth Taylor’s daughter in Lillian Hellman’s drama, The Little Foxes. It was the Broadway debut for them both and ran eighteen months all over the world. A four-time Broadway actress having worked in theater, film and television. Television credits: Whoopi, Law and Order, Special Victim’s Unit, Seinfeld, Murphy Brown, The Education Of Max Bickford, Ellen, Love & War, HBO’s Breast Men, and a recurring on General Hospital. She is a life member of The Ensemble Studio Theater and a founding member of The New Group Theater. In LA she has been a member of The Writer’s Bloc founded by playwright Jeffery Sweet and run in LA by screenwriter Jane Anderson and Susan Merson. She is co-founder of The Ensemble Studio Theater/The LA Project Playwrights Unit with Jose Rivera and Artistic Director Laura Salvato. Her one-act play, Grandma’s Rolls, was presented by Ensemble Studio Theater/The LA Project. She is currently a member of EST’s Playwrights Unit in New York.