BIO - ACTING
Trudy Poux has been acting since they were 9 years old and, at age 15, Trudy has performed in more than a dozen plays.
As a member of Youth Ensemble Theater, they have performed leading roles in original plays at West Beth Theater (Off Broadway), NY Stage & Film’s Powerhouse Theatre Festival, Byrdcliffe Theater, and in community venues. In 2019 Trudy wrote and Directed the one act play, “Goodbye Charlie”, which premiered at the New York City Thespian Festival, and was awarded “Best Play” and "Best Supporting Actor".
Most recently, they originated the lead role of "Tamarin", a non-binary teen in the short film, DO NOTHINGS, soon to be released (Northguild Production/HUDSY TV). They also were featured in the Shalom Auslander documentary, THE CRYING ROOM, and had a small role in the film “Girl on the Train” (Tate Taylor/Emily Blunt) and "Diane: (Kent Jones). A singer and musician, Trudy is currently in the process of writing and recording their first 5-song album.
In February 2020, Trudy presented a TED Talk on the topic of "Learning Disabilities as a Social Construct", at TEDX Deerfield, MA.