Samara Lerman

Stage    Screen    Voice


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I am headed to Mongolia!

In March I am traveling across the globe to film an extraordinary project with the Shamanic community of  Ulaanbaatar. You can find out more about the project here 


Iron is picture locked. Visit here to learn more. I am so proud of this project!

 Iron is a short period drama set in the Pacific NorthWest inspired by the true stories of women railroad workers during the early 1900’s. Lily Cohen escapes the the crowded tenements of New York to take on a demanding railway job. Determined to work on a steam engine, a position not traditionally held by women, Lilly faces the hostility of her fellow railroad workers while finding her own inner strength.



I just spent seven glorious days filming in Ireland. I can't tell you much more than that yet. But for our final shot of the film Ireland gifted us with a rainbow over the action.



I have been GIF'd 

Check out the article about iFilmThat's the Constanza Breakups on Sploid Gizmodo Here and watch the whole short film below.



I am so proud of this recent project directed by Collin Joseph Neal with cinematography by Sam Nuttmann of Motion State and an achingly beautiful original song written for the project by Trevor and Sylvie.



I am honored to be a recipient of the 2015 4Culture site specific grant to produce a film with the Snoqualmie Depot.



A recent project I was honored to be a part of. These students are the definition of bravery and vulnerability

Learn more about Write to Right Here


I Just Wrapped a Decent Lie directed by the wonderful Jeremy Mackie and co-staring Jesse Lee Keeter.  I can't even begin to say enough nice things about our extraordinary crew. What a powerful experience.



I just spent two weeks in LA workshopping my solo show Where There Were Woods, under the direction of Gary Austin. We had a very well recieved work in progress showing at the Groundlings Workspace.



I had an amazing time disusing complex female characters at the Geek Girl Con Gamers panel. Special thanks to all the fans who came out and took part in such an interesting conversation.



The Gamers: Hands of Fate plays at 
PAX prime 

Sunday 9/1 4:00PM - 6:00PM in the Serpent Theatre.

I'll be on the panel.



The Gamers: Hands of Fate
premiers at GenCon August 17th! 



This spring I will be performing in two shows with
Seattle Shakespeare Company:

First up as The Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost

March 13-April 7, 2013

Directed by Jon Kretzu

Performs at: Center Theatre at Seattle Center

Followed by a remount of 2009's wildly popular production of The Taming of the Shrew

April 25-May 12, 2013

Directed by Aimée Bruneau

Performs at: The Playhouse at Seattle Center

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