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​Aubrey Saverino is a Los Angeles-based actor, director, theater professor, writer, producer, and graduate of The Old Globe/USD Professional Acting Training Program where she received her MFA in Theatre. In addition to her graduate training, Aubrey received a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre from Occidental College and has studied abroad at The London Dramatic Academy.


As an actor Aubrey has performed on screen (including in Adam Sandler's "The Week of" on Netflix), and in critically acclaimed classical, contemporary, and world premiere productions Off-Broadway and around the country. Highlights include King Lear and Twelfth Night at The Old Globe (SDCC Craig Noel Award Nomination for Outstanding Featured Performance), In the Next Room or the vibrator play at The San Diego Repertory Theatre (SDCC Craig Noel Award Nomination for Outstanding Lead Performance), An Impending Rupture of the Belly with Furious Theatre Company (LA Weekly Nomination for Best Ensemble & Best Play), and Wit with The Production Company (Ovation Award Nomination for Best Play), among others. She currently teaches Acting, Improv and Voice for the Actor, Intro to Theater, Script Analysis and more at Moorpark, Fullerton and Mt. San Antonio College. 


Her writing credits include the television pilot "Monogamish" (selected for IFP’s 2015 Film Week at Lincoln Center), the plays "Dido & Aeneas" (published in 2016 and selected for Red Bull Theatre's 2015 Short Play Festival), Vertigo and Nothing Left to Burn, and episodes of the award-winning web series "The Digressions", which she also co-created and produced. 


Aubrey lives in Pasadena with her son and husband. Please check the Home Page for information on her current projects.

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