Paula Plum

Paula Plum appeared in the Huntington's productions of Top Girls (2018), Tartuffe (2017), Private Lives (2012) The Luck of the Irish (2012), and Jumpers (1987). Ms. Plum also served as assistant to Lloyd Richards on three August Wilson premieres at the Huntington, Seven Guitars (1995), The Piano Lesson (1988), and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (1986). She is a founding member of the Actors’ Shakespeare Project where she has played Titania, Cleopatra, Lady Macbeth, and Phedre. Other Boston credits include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Death of a Salesman, and 33 Variations (Lyric Stage Company), The New Century, The History Boys, and Reckless (SpeakEasy Stage Company). She is the recipient of four Elliot Norton Awards, six IRNE Awards, and in 2009 she was one of five actors nation-wide to receive the Fox Actor Fellowship. Her film and television credits include Woody Allen’s Irrational Man, Mermaids, Malice, Next Stop Wonderland, and the “The Dick & Paula Celebrity Special” for FX. Ms. Plum is a cum laude graduate of Boston University.


(As of May 2018)

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