Tamara S. Hall is a NY-based actress, writer, and filmmaker from Philadelphia, PA whose artistry spans theatre, poetry, short fiction, and business writing. A 2017 graduate of The William Esper Studio, which was listed as one of “The 25 Best Drama Schools in 2015” in the Hollywood Reporter, Tamara completed her studies in acting, movement, and voice & speech. Before becoming a filmmaker, Tamara has also worked in the TV business at renowned networks such as NBCUniversal, BET, and currently – HBO.
Also a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Tamara wrote, produced, and directed a number of award-winning shows and performances throughout her tenure as a student, such as Behind Their Lips, a monologue show created to raise domestic violence awareness and Till Life Do Us Part, a spoken word monologue tribute to the late Trayvon Martin.
Tamara considers herself an “activist through art,” noting her affinity for creating unique and nuanced stories for the purposes of bringing awareness to important social and cultural issues not normally explored. She seeks to be a vessel for stories that uplift and entertain, and uses her words to build doors for the purpose of inviting you all in.