Shea recently received her MFA, with Distinction, from East 15 Acting School and is currently working on her Masters in Contemporary Performance Practice at the University of East London.
Previously, Shea completed a student residency at Shakespeare's Globe where she played Lady Macbeth, and has been seen in a principle role on Investigative Discovery Channel's Blood Relatives. Recent on stage credits include off-West End runs at the Arcola and the Tristan Bates, as well as work with the Oxford Shakespeare Company and the New American Theatre, among others. Shea has also appeared in several independent films.
Her one woman show, By the Light of the Moon premièred at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in the summer of 2019, then traveled to the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in NYC for it's off-off Broadway debut, and finally to the 2019 Clapham Fringe Festival.
A New York native turned New Orleans transplant, Shea moved to Los Angeles in 2013 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Tulane University with her B.F.A in Acting, B.A in Communications and minor in Dance. She now splits her time between LA, NYC and London.
When she's not performing, Shea works as a director and choreographer for children's theatre, and a dance and fitness instructor for all ages. She also runs an innovation education summer camp for children.
Favorite past times include hiking, yoga, coloring, and galavanting around the world.