Mary Beth Eversole, is an actress, voiceover artist, musician, and teacher. She was a professional opera singer for 10 years singing all over the country and in Europe and grew up as a performer on stages in musicals and operas. She began piano studies at the age of 4 and was a competitive pianist through the age of 16 and continued her piano studies through college when she began teaching.
She has performed on theater stages as an actress since she was very young and more recently in film and television. Currently she is represented by Dedicated Talent Management in LA for film and television, Commercial Talent in LA for commercial, print, and voiceover, and Big Fish Agency in Denver for film, commercial, print and voice over.
Recent and ongoing projects include the Allergy Actress Cooking Channel on YouTube, live performances with the sketch comedy troupe Hilarity Over Therapy, Lifetime Movie Network’s “My Crazy Ex”, a two-time Best Feature Film winner "Glimpse" directed by Arnon Shorr, a multiple award winning short film addressing the realities of bulllying called “Morning Announcements” directed by Brad Etter, and an online commercial for Pechanga Casino & Resort. Recent roles include Samantha in Lifetime Movie Network's television show "My Crazy Ex", Kathy in “Glimpse” Vicky in the short film “Dollars of Love” directed by Cristina Piemonte-Semedo and Gianinni Moreira, and the Musical Theater Teacher in the HUB network’s “Parents Just Don’t Understand” hosted by Joey Fatone. Mary Beth has been seen in several short film leads such as Amanda in “Over? Over!”, Mrs. Lee in “The Way”, Jennifer in "The Treehouse", the Mother in "Homeless", Natasha in "No Soliciting", and Amy in "All's Well" a comedic webisode. She also works in animated films, games, audiobooks and industrial voiceover. The last short film she lent her voice to, "Me + You" directed by Brad Etter, has just been accepted to the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
Ms. Eversole currently studies at the Aaron Speiser acting studio under the tutelidge of Aaron Speiser. She coaches with celebrity voiceover artist Lori Alan for her voiceover work. Mary Beth gets her commercial training from Killian McHugh of Killian's Commercial Workshop in LA. Her earprompter training is with Paul Rohrer of Rohrering Success and teleprompter training is with David Dalton at DS-Studioworks.
She was a member of the Masters Ensemble with Mocksides Studios in Denver and was shown in the MocksidesTV "Serve the Story" episodes for over a year where they incorporated the fast paced Somatic Memorization Technique as well as on-camera improv and scripted work. Ms. Eversole worked on several short films, webisodes, commercials and features in Colorado before moving to Los Angeles.
She holds a Bachelor of Music degree with an emphasis in vocal performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music from Colorado State University. She has performed with many theater companies throughout Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and in Europe including Fort Collins Children's Theater, Up in Lights Productions, Starlight Theater, Theater in the Park, Musical Theater Heritage, Front Range Music Theatre, The Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Opera Fort Collins, Colorado State Opera Theater, The American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS) in Graz, Austria, Loveland Opera Theatre, Bethesda Music Festival, Emerald City Opera, and Colorado State Opera Theater. Ms. Eversole also had the pleasure of being an opera apprentice artist with two companies, Opera Fort Collins in 2009-2010 and Emerald City Opera in Summer 2010.
with performing on the stage and screen, Ms. Eversole works on many
philanthropic endeavors. Presently, Ms. Eversole regularly donates her
performing time and lesson packages to charity and silent auction events
in LA that raise awareness and funds for animal rights and the homeless
crisis in America. She also loves to read to kindergartners on a weekly
basis through the SAG-AFTRA BookPals program.
In 2011, she performed for a fundraiser for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and in 2010 she put together and performed in a benefit recital to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Another recent benefit recital in 2012 raised funds for a doctoral candidate researching hope and positive psychology and their impact in the public education system.
Ms. Eversole is a member of MTAC, MTNA, NATS, and SAG-AFTRA.
To see more about Mary Beth's performing visit www.marybetheversole.com