Ann Sonneville is a Chicago-based artist whose work has been seen on stage all around the city as well as on film and television. Her stage works include the role of Lucy in Dracula (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Suzan-Lori Parks’ Venus (Steppenwolf Theatre Company) and many productions with Trap Door Theatre, with which she is an ensemble member. Other shows include work with The Strange Tree Group, Collaboraction Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, Oracle Theatre, the side project theatre company and Bruised Orange Theatre Company. She is the co-creator and an ensemble member of their hit comedy show I Saw You. Film and television credits include Chicago P.D., Dig Two Graves, We Grew Up Here, Funemployed and several shorts. Coming soon, she will star as Miriam in Miriam’s Going to Mars and as Lilth Demilo in RunRainbow. She is also a professional voice-over artist whose work has been featured on numerous television and radio commercials as well as the video games Watch_Dogs and Octodad. Sonneville received her B.F.A. in acting from Northern Illinois University, has studied at the Moscow Art Theatre School and was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award (actress in a supporting role) for her work on Griffin Theatre’s production of Kin by Bathsheba Doran.