Anne O'Sullivan celebrates 40 years as a professional working actor with performances in over 90 productions. She has performed on Broadway, off Broadway and regionally in plays at The McCarter Theatre, Williamstown, Berkshire Theatre Festival, The Old Globe, Bay St. Theatre, Yale Rep, Hartford Stage, and Actors Theatre of Louisville among others. Ms. O'Sullivan has had roles written for her by Jose Rivera, David Ives, James Still and Keith Alan Benjamin. She received a grant from The Spencer Cherashore Fund to research and play Mary Harris Jones, also known as Mother Jones. The commissioned play Mrs. Jones is a part of that epic story.
Her latest upcoming film is We Need to Talk About Kevin, starring Tilda Swinton. Other films include: 1937, a short film in which she co-starred with Olek Krupa; Speed; and The Mirror Has Two Faces. On TV, Ms. O'Sullivan has had many guest roles on "Law & Order" (all three), "Sex and The City," "Third Watch," "Cosby," "ER," and "Models, Inc." (featured regular)
Ms. O'Sullivan is also preparing to play Emily Dickinson and has been joyfully researching the iconic poet for over a year.