Mary Beth Eversole is an actress, voiceover artist, musician, and coach. She currently acts on camera in film, television, and commercials, as well as with local theater and musical theater companies. Previously, Mary Beth performed as a professional opera singer for 10 years singing all over the country and in Europe and grew up as a performer on community and professional stages in musicals, operas, and plays. She began piano studies at the age of 4 and was a competitive pianist through the age of 16 and continued her piano studies through college when she began teaching.
Mary Beth has been coaching one on one in-person piano and voice lessons out of her home studio for the past 19 years, one on one online piano and voice lessons for the past 10 years, and more recently one on one lessons and group in-person and online classes for acting for the past 3 years. She's had students all over the globe including Europe and several states in the US.
In 2019, she helped to create and launch the film department classes at La De Da Performing Arts in Fort Collins with great success, including a 2020 film festival nomination for a short film that she wrote, directed, and taught her students to film and act in. She currently substitute teaches at PEAK Acting Studio in Centennial, CO.
ACTING & VOICEOVER CAREER
Mary Beth is a FiCore member which means she is a fee paying non-member of SAG-AFTRA and is represented by Big Fish Talent for film, television, voiceover, and print; Commercial Talent in LA for voiceover; Presley Talent for film, television, and voice over in New Mexico.
Recent and ongoing projects include the Allergy Actress Cooking Channel on YouTube, a supporting lead in the feature length thriller "Sirona", a supporting lead in the feature film "The Visions of Sonia Greene", a guest starring role in Lifetime Movie Network’s “My Crazy Ex”, a guest starring role as the Musical Theater Teacher in the HUB network’s “Parents Just Don’t Understand” hosted by Joey Fatone, a starring role in the Los Angeles based two-time Best Feature Film winner "Glimpse" (now on Amazon Prime Video) directed by Arnon Shorr, a supporting lead in the multiple award winning short film addressing the realities of bullying called “Morning Announcements”, as well as a voiceover role in the Cannes Film Festival Nominated short film "Me+ You", both directed by Brad Etter. She also had the honor of being briefly directed by George Clooney personally as a featured background for his film "Suburbicon". She has been seen in commercials for Furniture Row Sierra Trading, Colorado Lottery, Verizon, Jeep, Denver Acute Center for Eating Disorders, and Pechanga Casino & Resort among several other commercials. Mary Beth has been seen in several short film leads most recently the lead in "The Best of Intentions", "Saltwater Visions", “Over? Over!”, “The Way”, "The Treehouse", "Homeless", "No Soliciting", a supporting role in "The Blood of the Ninja", and in a reoccurring role in "All's Well" a comedic webisode. In voiceover, Mary Beth was the voice of many different commercials for iHeart Radio in Northern Colorado from 2011-2019. She has voiced many characters for animated short films, a feature animated film, and had a reoccurring role as One Name Amy in the hilarious "Soul Full of It" theatrical podcast created by former Harpo Productions executive producers Corny Kohl and Jill Barancik. She also works in industrial voiceover.
Ms. Eversole currently studies acting remotely with the Clyde Bernardy Acting Studio in Los Angeles for on camera technique and with PEAK Acting Studio in Denver for general film acting. She also substitute coaches acting at PEAK. Her former film acting training comes from Aaron Speiser of the Speiser/Sturges Acting Studio in Los Angeles. She coaches with celebrity voiceover artist Lori Alan for her voiceover work. Mary Beth gets her commercial training from Killian McHugh of Killian's Commercial Workshop in LA. Her earprompter training is with Paul Rohrer of Rohrering Success and teleprompter training came from David Dalton at Mocksides Studios in Denver.
She was a member of the Masters Ensemble with Mocksides Studios in Denver and was shown in the MocksidesTV "Serve the Story" episodes for over a year where they incorporated the fast paced Somatic Memorization Technique (that Ms. Eversole is certified to teach) as well as on-camera improv and scripted work. In Los Angeles, Mary Beth studied improv at The Groundlings and was a regular performing member of the multiple competition winning sketch and musical comedy troupe "Hilarity Over Therapy". Ms. Eversole worked on several short films, webisodes, commercials and features in Colorado before moving to Los Angeles for 6 years, and is now back in Loveland where she has immersed herself back into the film, theater, and music communities.
OPERA, MUSICAL THEATER, AND PIANO CAREER
Mary Beth holds a Bachelor of Music degree with an emphasis in vocal performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music from Colorado State University that emphasized Kodaly music education and opera performance. She has performed with many theater companies throughout Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and in Europe including Fort Collins Children's Theater, Up in Lights Productions, Starlight Theater, Theater in the Park, Musical Theater Heritage, Front Range Music Theatre, The Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Opera Fort Collins, Colorado State Opera Theater, The American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS) in Graz, Austria, Loveland Opera Theatre, Bethesda Music Festival, Emerald City Opera in Steamboat Springs, CO , and Colorado State Opera Theater. Ms. Eversole also had the pleasure of being an opera apprentice artist with two companies, Opera Fort Collins in 2009-2010 and Emerald City Opera in Summer 2010.
Mary Beth grew up playing the piano and was taught first by her mother, professional pianist Nancie Dalke, and then went on to study with Nancie's instrusctor Dr. Richard Angeletti at the University of Kansas for many years. She continued her piano studies at the University of Northern Colorado and then after she transferred to the conservatory at UMKC. Growing up, Mary Beth competed in many piano competitions, winning top prizes frequently. She also gave regular recital performances over the course of her secondary schooling and into her college and post-graduate years. Mary Beth regularly accompanies her in-person students and sends accompaniment tapes to her online students.
Mary Beth's specialties in music include an ability to help a student find their own voice while learning how to manage performance anxiety. She is an excellent technician in all three fields and loves to teach students how to read music through music theory. She subscribes to the Ute Hagen (a protege of Stanislavsky) theory of acting, encouraging actors to root their character and world creations in observations of daily life, authenticity, and preparation.
CHARITABLE GIVING THROUGH PERFORMING
Along with performing on the stage and screen, Ms. Eversole works on many philanthropic endeavors. Presently, Ms. Eversole regularly donates her performing time and lesson packages to charity and silent auction events in LA and CO that raise awareness and funds for women's rights, children's protection, animal rights, and the homeless crisis in America. She also loved reading to kindergartners on a weekly basis through the SAG-AFTRA BookPals program while in LA and looks forward to finding a similar volunteer event in Colorado.
In 2011, she performed for a fundraiser for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and in 2010 she put together and performed in a benefit recital to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Another benefit recital in 2012 raised funds for a doctoral candidate researching hope and positive psychology and their impact in the public education system.
Ms. Eversole is a member of MTAC, MTNA, and is a FiCore member of SAG-AFTRA.
To see more about Mary Beth's performing visit www.marybetheversole.com
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