Miriam has most recently been named the 2011 Princess Grace recipient of the George C. Wolfe Award in Theater. She is a Philadelphia native and a 2012 MFA acting candidate at Yale School of Drama. Regional theater credits include: Going Live(Guthrie Theater), The Dreamer Examines His Pillow(Shakespeare & Company), What You Will, Skin of Our Teeth(Bristol Riverside Theater), The Persians, Young Lady From Rwanda, Twelfth Night, Man From Nebraska(People's Light and Theater Company), Big Friendly Giant (Arden Theater Company), Merchant of Venice, Romeo and Juliet, and Taming of the Shrew(Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), The Story(Philadelphia Theater Company), Resurrection Blues(The Wilma Theater), An Artist Workshop(Azuka Theater Collective), and Black Nativity(Freedom Theater). Yale credits include: Blanche Dubois, A Streetcar Named Desire, Tall Girls, Henry VI, Much Ado About Nothing, Elijah, and Thriftcrawl. She earned 2009 and 2007 nominations for the F. Otto Haas Award for an emerging Artist and a 2006 Barrymore nomination for Best Supporting Actress in PLTC's Man From Nebraska. T.V./Film credits: The Wire, Law and Order, Conviction, Malevolence, Angel Rodriguez, Inclinations,and Music City. Miriam is an alumna of University of the Arts/BFA degree. A Guthrie Experience "11", BADA(Bristish American Dramatic Academy) Oxford, England "10" and Shakespeare & Company's Intensive "08". Miriam is a proud member of AEA and SAG.