Lenora May

Lenora May, a native New Yorker, earned a BFA studying theatre at the University of Miami. Added to a long list of credits, Lenora portrays Dr.Alana Chertoff on ABC’s “Mistresses” as well as Pamela Raymond on “The Young and the Restless” and most recent guest star appearance as Phyllis Hayes in “Scandal”. More TV appearances include, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Twisted”, “Harry’s Law”, “Diary of an American Teenager”, “Hart of Dixie”, “Medium”, “ER”, “Criminal Minds”, “Ugly Betty”, “X Files”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, and some oldies, “Island Son”, “Cop Rock” and “Little House on the Prairie”. Films include, “Confessions of a Shopaholic”, “Knifepoint”, “When a Stranger Calls”, “The Most Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green”, “House II”, “Promises in the Dark” and “Jaws II”. TV movies include starring roles in “Fantasies”, “Living Proof”, “Hobson’s Choice” and ‘Missing Children”. Pilots include, “Hollywood Dog”, and “Pink Collar”. Lenora has starred in several theatre productions such as, Emily in “Our Town”, originating the role of Bianca in “Leave of Absence” which became the first college production to perform at the New Dramatists Theatre in NYC. Fellow classmates co-star included actor Ray Liotta. In addition, she originated the role of Carol, in the west coast premiere of “North of Providence” at the Ensemble Studio Theatre. Lenora has starred in productions of “Bus Stop” and “The Immigrant” and most recently portrayed Josephine in the premiere of “Raise me up” at the Santa Monica Playhouse. Of special note, Lenora performed her one woman show, “Eli’s Birthday”, which depicts the true story of growing up with her single mom’s 5 marriages and numerous boyfriends, playing 29 characters. Lenora is now producing the film version of the play co written by Emmy winner, Craig Heller entitled, “Beginning”. She is also producing the film “Spillville”, the true story of composer Antonin Dvorak’s trip to Spillville Iowa in 1893, in collaboration with producer, Vanessa Greene.

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