ZILLAH GLORY (AEA, SAG/AFTRA actress) has enjoyed screen roles in STILL ALICE, OLIVE KITTERIDGE, CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD, and Sony/Crackle's TV series START UP.  
Regional theater credits include Valerie in THE WEIR, Eurydice in Sarah Ruhl's EURYDICE, a two-city, two-year engagement as Barbara DeMarco in the comedy show SHEAR MADNESS, Quincy/Bart Simpson in MR. BURNS, A POST ELECTRIC PLAY, and the 7-part Worcester/Lady Percy track in an athletic adaptation of Shakespeare's HENRY IV, PARTS I & II. 
Her favorite role to date is world-renowned autistic spokesperson and livestock consultant Temple Grandin in Sylvia Peto's musical TEMPLE, directed by Gabriel Barre. 

Zillah recently completed a role in the independent feature GREYSCALE with dir. Yaniel Paulino, the pilot episode of PARK SLOPE MOMS THE SERIES (helmed by Grammy-nominated singer/actress Alexandra Foucard/directed by Annetta Marion), and enjoyed playing a snarky do-gooder in an independent short by Malcolm Nicholson. 

As a result of the coronavirus quarantine beginning March 20, 2020, two bookings: the role of Maggie in CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (Minnesota), and a vicious-mother role in a dark independent short by writer/director Paolina Weber (NYC) - were cancelled or put on pause. 

Zillah is currently working remotely from Savannah, GA, enjoying the local improv scene, and looking forward to a return to the NYC area in March/April of 2022.

Zillah has spent almost 10 years intensively training, documenting, and practice-coaching for TV & Film Audition Coach Tim Phillips of Tim Phillips Studio.  Other exceptional actor training experiences include Shakespeare for the Voice & Body - completing three 6-week deep dives into Canada's National Voice Intensive - led by master teachers David Smukler & Judith Koltai.  Zillah's improv & comedy training comes from Michael Fennimore & Bates Wilder in Boston, and Patrick Ryan (via Keith Johnstone) in Minnesota.