Angela Griffitt has been working extensively in New Orleans as a film actor for the past two years. She has been featured as an extra in a number of feature films and major television series, has had supporting roles in multiple UNO student films, and has had the lead in various 48 hour film festivals. Last summer, she participated in the Nola 48 Hour Film Fest and played the lead role of Grace in the short film Bump in the Road through More than 4 Productions.
As far as her theatrical career, Angela currently has the lead in an original children's show at Southeastern Louisiana University called You Go, Goddess! in which she plays the narrator, Mnemosyne, goddess of memory. This production will be touring in theaters in Baton Rouge, Hammond, and Bogalusa, and is being directed by Jeffrey Polito. She has also recently depicted the mother of Judas Iscariot, Henrietta Iscariot, in Southeastern Louisiana University's production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, directed by Jennifer Bouquet. In addition, she originated the role of the Grandmother in the 2016 Inkslinger winning production, Why Are You Nowhere, directed by Chad Winters.
This past summer, Angela Griffitt graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University with a Major Concentration in Theatre with Minors in Spanish as well as Sociology. She has recently returned from Cuba, completing the Sociology Study Abroad Program through SELU. Angela resides in the heart of New Orleans and has begun work at the WWII Museum where she works special events. She also attends Advanced Film Audition Technique classes with acting coach Jim Gleason.