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As a professional actress, Lillian Graff-Sager’s acting credits fill several pages. After completing a degree in Theater Arts from the prestigious San Francisco State University, this California native moved to New York and received her Actors Equity Association (AEA) card while playing the role of the Queen in Alice and Wonderland. Since then, Lillian has made a living on the stage and the screen for over 25 years. Her stage credits are to numerable to mention, but they include Godspell, The Music Man, The Desert Song, Pajama Game, Zorro the Musical, and Grease. Lillian’s has shared the big screen with George Burns, Lee Strasberg, Art Carney, Jeff Bridges, Jessica Lange, and many others in films such as King Kong, and Going in Style. She has filmed many television commercials and radio voices. In addition to AEA, Lillian has worked professionally under the auspices of the Screen Actors Guild, the American Guild Musical Artists, the American Federation Theatre Radio Artists, and the American Forensics Association.
Lillian has studied performance with some of the most influential names in entertainment, including stints at the Herbert Bergof-Uta Hagan Actors’ Studio and the legendary dancer/entertainer Bob Fitch in New York. Since 1997, Lillian has been sharing her vast entertaining experience and theatrical knowledge with college students in Oregon and Wyoming. She has received five Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival awards for her work at the community college level.