Colleen is twenty-seven and originally from Nashville, Tennessee. She has been pursuing professional acting for two years. She received her B.S. in Broadcasting from Boston University and continued with acting training in New York. Colleen's theatre credits, among others, include The Undoing, Lenny, Nothing in Common, as well as True Love at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, Murder on Center Stage, and Meet Me in St. Louis. Her film credits include JFK and independent shorts such as Hand In Hand, Office Wars, Directions, and The Secretary.
The person that made me decide to pursue acting was Harrison Ford. I saw Star Wars when it came out on cable. The final scene when Harrison Ford receives his medal and winks at Princess Leia made me cry. He made me feel something. I decided that I wanted to do what he was doing. To affect people as he had affected me. That is the one thing that has kept me going. I did finally meet him on the set of Sabrina where I worked production, and I thanked him for inspiring me. I told him "I hope to be in a movie with you one day." He said, "I wish you luck." I said, "Thank you very much. I'll be seeing you soon."