Actress, Musician, VO Artist, Writer, Director
Along with her stage performing career in opera, musical theater, and plays throughout the United States and Europe, Mary Beth Eversole has a continuous, successful on-camera and voice over career. Having been seen in guest star roles on shows such as “My Crazy Ex” on the Lifetime Network and “Parents Just Don’t Understand” on the HUB Network, Mary Beth has also had the privilege of being personally directed by many top level directors including George Clooney and Clint Eastwood. She’s had several roles in award winning films, including a Cannes Film Festival nominated short, and a starring role in the feature “Glimpse”, now on Amazon Prime. She studied for several years in Los Angeles with acting coach to the stars, Aaron Speiser, and currently continues studying acting with working actor, KC Clyde at the Clyde Bernardy acting studio in LA, and voiceover with celebrity VO artist Lori Alan. If you listen to many radio station commercials in the Northern Colorado region, you’ll likely hear Mary Beth’s voice on the iHeart radio stations! As a teacher, Mary Beth has maintained a private voice, piano, and acting studio for over 17 years while pursuing her performing career. Her students have had success as well, from making it through the first several audition rounds of American Idol to booking national commercials and having leads in award winning films.
Since being back in Colorado after 6 years in LA, she has acted in several commercials and voiced several VO projects, written and directed her first commercials, written a TV series, and created and taught a film/tv curriculum for La-De-Da Performing Arts in Fort Collins. After teaming up with several filmmakers and educators in the region, she has realized part of her mission is to bring more film and tv to Northern Colorado while continuing to educate students in music and acting!
Limited Series Teaser
Invisible Wounds is a 6-episode limited narrative TV series based on true stories. The series captures what it is like inside the heads of people who have experienced traumatic events and are trying to cope with and heal from them. The stories come from Mary Beth Eversole as well as several others who were willing to share and give signed permission for their stories to be turned into dramatic TV episodes.
The series hopes to shoot this teaser as soon as pandemic regulations allow and upon finding new funding as the original investor had to drop out due to monetary loss at the start of the pandemic.
A piece written by Mary Beth for her family a few years ago for Christmas. Each motive represents a different family member.