Ann Talman is an actress, singer, storyteller and documentary filmmaker based in New York City. She made her stage debut in 1981 in the Broadway production of The Little Foxes with Elizabeth Taylor, portraying her daughter, Alexandra. Following the engagement, she toured with Ms. Taylor in the production for 18 months with stops in Ft. Lauderdale, Washington, D.C. (The Kennedy Center), New Orleans, as well as London’s West End. Her stage credits include Yours, Anne, The House of Blue Leaves, Carnival, Some Americans Abroad, and the Broadway revival of The Women. Ms. Talman has appeared in several motion pictures including Serendipity, Limitless, Archeology of A Woman and Wall Street. Television credits include guest starring roles on “Seinfeld,” “Ellen,” “Murphy Brown,” “The Street” “Law & Order,” and a year on General Hospital (currently in Witness Protection). She produced the multiple award-winning documentary film Woody’s Order, based on her solo play about her lifelong dedication to her older brother Woody who lived a very full life with cerebral palsy. She has toured the country as a storyteller sharing her very personal and touching tales which she plans to compile for an upcoming book. She is also proud of being a part of ABLE:
ABL Series Episode 4: "People Who Can."
And the popular podcast This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty Episode 77: