Celeste Walker, 63, is an actor, director and educator. She holds a MFA in Acting from the Actor’s Studio Drama School at the New School University in New York City. Apart from acting, directing and teaching the skills required for traditional theatre and academic settings, Celeste has been a pioneer in bringing these disciplines to other professional realms. A lifetime member of the Actor’s Studio in New York City, Celeste has trained and worked with many accomplished actors.
Celeste has acted in and directed dozens of stage plays in local and regional theatres. Her play, "Collette, My Evil Twin,” which received rave reviews at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in 2003, has been rewritten and is scheduled for a September debut at the 20016 Fringe Festival as “Collette Reloaded.”
Her favorite theatre roles include Maria Callas in Terrence McNally’s “Master Class,” Rachel in “Reckless” and Frankie in “Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune.”