Charleene Closshey

Charleene Closshey is an American actress, producer, composer, and musician known for her work in dramedy ‘No Postage Necessary’ and holiday favorite ‘An Evergreen Christmas’ (Netflix).

A classically trained violinist, Charleene debuted on Broadway in Tony Award winning musical ‘Once’ (2014). She composed the score for ‘Feather: A Musical Portrait’ that made its U.S. premiere Off-Broadway (2013). She has played violin other artists including Josh Groban, the TransSiberian Orchestra, and Frank Sinatra, Jr.; she’s even dueled fiddles with the legendary Charlie Daniels.

Charleene is trained in Kenpo karate and proficient with handguns, performing her own stunts on screen.

Charleene attended Harrison Performing Arts High School in Lakeland, FL, later earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and in Exercise Science. She continuing her artistic education at The Juilliard School (Dalcroze Method), New York University, Circle in the Square, and Berklee College of Music in dramatic acting, musical theater, and musical studies.

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