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Chelsea Clark – SAG-AFTRA NYC Actress & Voiceover Artist

Discover Chelsea Clark, SAG-AFTRA NYC actress and voiceover artist. 

SAG-AFTRA actress and voicoever artist Chelsea Clark as a Renaissance fairy.

Intuitive . . . Versatile . . .

Quirky . . . Facially


Character Type: Ingenue

Age Range: 18-28







Chelsea Clark appears in Joseph P. Krawczyk's MAN WHO FOUND TROY; directed by Eddie Lew; with Johnny Blaze Leavitt and Stephen Goodin



Cast as Sophia Schliemann and Helen of Troy in full-length play by Joseph Krawczyk, directed by Eddie Lew.  With Johnny Blaze Leavitt as Heinrich Schliemann and Stephen Goodin as Frank Calvert.  

 Based on a true story, Henry Schliemann, a wealthy entrepreneur, embarks on a rocky, twenty-year, epic journey to discover the ancient city of Troy. He uses Homer’s Iliad as his guide and inspiration. But first, he marries Sophia Engastromenos, a Greek girl with a love for Homer. In his eyes, she is his Helen of Troy as he educates her to become an elite member of Parisian society. Their age difference, he forty seven and she seventeen, is a gulf he cannot bridge. Nevertheless, she becomes an equal partner. Overcoming skeptics, cynics, and scholars of ancient antiquities, he pours all his efforts and accumulated wealth into the quest. With the assistance of his undervalued partner, Frank Calvert knows the likely spot and points Schliemann on the right path. Schliemann, a Trump-like showman, and Calvert, an academic, clash throughout their involvement together on the best means to uncover the ancient city. Throughout their quest, significant figures from The Iliad appear – Achilles, Hector, Menelaus, King Priam and Helen herself – as ghosts that haunt and guide the three main characters as they pursue their search for the walls of Troy.

Chelsea Clark in rehearsal for Joseph P. Krawczyk's THE MAN WHO FOUND TROY
Chelsea Clark in rehearsal for Joseph P. Krawczyk’s THE MAN WHO FOUND TROY


The director states:

The play is about Heinrich Schliemann and his obsession with finding
Homer’s Troy of the Illiad, at the time (1870s) thought to be a
fictitious city. His sometimes unethical and controversial methods
earned him the scorn of archeologists, and his partner Frank Calvert.
The story also deals with Heinrich’s marriage to a woman twenty years
his junior. The play asks the question, is he a hero or, as many
people thought, a scoundrel?




To be performed at the 125-seat Off-Broadway John Cullum Theatre at The American Theatre of Actors, 314 W. 54th Street, New York, NY  10019.  April 18-22 & April 25-29, 2018.  Times: W-Sat at 7 p.m.; Sunday at 3 p.m.

The Man Who Found Troy

Off-Broadway play at The American Theatre of Actors, two-week run April 18-April 29, 2018. Play written by Joseph P. Krawczyk and directed by Eddie Lew. With Johnny Blaze Leavitt, Chelsea Clark and Stephen Goodin.


Scripting a science fiction short for use as a demo, with intentions to release a full-feature film, in collaboration with second author Danny Berisha.  Film consultant: Pete Mattaliano.  To be filmed in 2018.

Chelsea Clark and Danny Berisha production still for upcoming film.




Chelsea Clark is the winner of the John Palmore/Frank De Pasquale 2017 Simon Studio Award



KNICK Boarding Home Girls: Melanie Brook, Chelsea Clark, Rebekah BrockmanCast as Vera in a recurring role on The Knick, a Cinemax television show directed by Steven Soderbergh.  With Melanie Brook as Frances and Rebekah Brockman as Nettie.


  Full feature film.  Performed as best friend/supporting Heather Cody.


Chelsea Clark as Mark Twain's youngest daughter, Jean Clemens, in Steven Bellwood's ALBRIGHTSteve Bellwood, playwright;  James Leaf, dir.  Performed as Jean Clemens, Mark Twain’s youngest daughter, at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY


Voiced Cammy for Montana Hall’s animated short, MONSTER, which won an award for Outstanding Character Animation.


Voiced Cammy for Montana Hall’s animated short, MONSTER, which won an award for Outstanding Character Animation.


 Mavis Jones in Lawrence F. Schwabacher’s 2-person short play, Cafe Ole, with Daniel Wuerdeman.  January, 2017 two more nights — Friday, January 5, 2018 & Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.  Address: Manhattan Repertory Theatre 17-19 West 45th Street 3rd Floor (between 6th & 5th Ave).  Ticket price: $20  Reservations:
Chelsea Clark and Daniel Wuerdeman in an encore production of Lawrence F. Schwabacher's CAFE OLE at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, January, 2018
Cast as Suzy and as Child in Fred Bruggeman’s full-length play, WAITING FOR A JOB.  Artistic director, Ken Wolf; Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 17-19 W. 45th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC.  January 11, 12 & 13,  and 14, 2017 at 9 pm.  For Ticket Reservations: $20
Chelsea Clark as Suzy in Fred Bruggeman's WAITING FOR A JOB, at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, January 2018

Chelsea Clark in WAITING FOR A JOB at Manhattan Repertory Theatre