SYBYL WALKERSYBYL WALKER ( Miss Keane, Sparrow's Assistant, Hatty, Tooley, Italian Girl, Frau General, Hakim, Spanish Gentleman, Older Visconti in Travels with my Aunt) has been seen on Broadway in The Tempest and Off- Broadway in Dinah Was, The Good Doctor, Henry VIII (Shakespeare in the Park), and Insurrection: Holding History (The Public Theatre).

She also appeared in Off-Broadway and regional productions of From The Mississippi Delta which earned her a Drama Desk Award nomination, a Helen Hayes Award (Arena Stage), a Connecticut’s Critics Circle Award (Hartford Stage), and a Joseph Jefferson Award (Northlight Theatre).

Other awards include a Joseph Jefferson Award for The Colored Museum (Victory Gardens Theatre) and a Barrymore Award nomination for Another Midsummer Night (American Music Theatre Festival). Sybyl was last seen performing her critically acclaimed, Ovation Award-nominated and NAACP Award-nominated solo play Beneath Rippling Water at the 2011 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Other L.A. theatre includes performances at The Pasadena Playhouse, The Matrix Theatre, Canon Theatre, The Egyptian Theatre, Theatre of NOTE, Black Dahlia, and ICT (Ovation and NAACP Award nominations for Dinah Was), and regional appearances include Seattle Repertory, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, and Long Wharf Theatre.

Film and TV credits include Dreamgirls, Numb3rs, Related, NYPD Blue, Dragnet, Lizzie McGuire, Einstein: E=mc2, Oz, Law & Order, American Dream, The Last Shot, and 24 Nights. A graduate of SMU, Sybyl is also an award-nominated playwright, an author, singer, poet, and gourmet cook / raw food chef. 

November, 2011