Deborah Puette

Recent theatre includes leads in A Delicate Balance, The Fall to Earth and Tryst (all directed by Robin Larsen), Rabbit Hole, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, and the long-running Caught. She has worked at Center Theatre Group, A Noise Within, La Mirada, Black Dahlia, Odyssey and many more. Puette’s debut in the world premiere of Rebecca Gilman’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated The Glory of Living won her Chicago’s prestigious Joseph Jefferson Citation, and her work in Los Angeles has been nominated for numerous major acting awards including the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle and Ovation Awards and has netted her the LA Weekly Award for Best Lead Actress. She is also an Ovation Award-winning producer. Recent film/TV credits include the Disney blockbuster Oz The Great and Powerful and Rake, (both directed by Sam Raimi), Wishin’ and Hopin’, Extant, Revolution, True Blood, The Office, Parks and Recreation, Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy and more.