Miriam Pultro is a singer (of theater, pop, rock, and jazz), actor (of whatever you got for me, but usually Troubled Little Sister, Buttoned-Up-and-Brainy, or somebody otherwise mouthy, smart, and sardonic), and writer (of literally everything). She’s also a New Yorker (born in Philly), part-time hedonist, Capricorn, Slytherin, scrappy Irishman, and Imperious Fairy Lady.
She has worked professionally as a singer, actor, musician, model, and film editor. She wrote/directed/starred in award-winning indie series Mythos, and wrote, produced, and starred in short film Genesis (2021 festival circuit). She was signed to EMI Music with vocal group Bell’Aria, and, once upon a time, voiced a little-known Pokémon named Mewtwo.
Most recently, she premiered a preliminary version of her Brontë-siblings-as-rock-band musical Glass Town online, filmed at The Tank.
She lived in Melbourne, Australia, for two years (carn the Doggies!).
She is passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion, and representation in the arts, expanding the scope of musical theatre, and making beautiful, excellent things.
photo by Austin Ruffer