Eulone is a bold and radiant New York based actor with an infectious smile. Recently, she appeared in Glenlivet’s Mother’s Day commercial and worked on the Samantha Bee Project and Forensic Files.
She's appeared in multiple short films, most notably as Monica Klee in Prisoner #1616 (2020), a role that won her Best Performance in the Astoria Film Festival, Karen in The Only Woman in the World (2019), and Jackie in Life Choices (2017). On stage, she performed the role of Maria in Stages on the Sound’s touring production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Eulone had the special honor of playing Hecuba in Oppressed in Heels’ modern adaptation of Euripides’ The Trojan Women. Its proceeds went to victims of violence and abuse, a cause dear to Eulone’s heart.
Eulone studied acting with Lee Brock and Seth Barrish at The Barrow Group School in New York City. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Iowa where she studied ballet with the late Basil Thompson, and modern dance with Allen Sener, artistic director of the Louis Falco Repertory. Post-graduation, Eulone continued dance study at the Alvin Ailey School in New York.
Eulone created the dance program at the Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York. She taught ballet, modern dance, and jazz for grades K-12. She also served as head choreographer for the Hackley Drama Department. She is an avid animal lover and is mom to a handsome boxer dog named Odin. Eulone enjoys yoga, photography, and travel preferably to warmer climates where she can swim and snorkel.