Who is Aimee Jolson?

That woman in the mirror with the silly, sultry smile loves avocados, gold tequilas and the Caribbean Sea. The word her friends most use to describe her: kind. ("Yes," she is related to  Al Jolson and does a fine rendition of "Sonny Boy.")

Acting professionally since the age of 6, she’s comfortable on stage and screen. Based in New York City, she has an MFA in acting from Rutgers University. In New York she’s represented by AtlasTalent and The Take One Company.  Her broadcast accredited home recording studio has full editing capabilities, phone patch, and access to ISDN professional engineering facilities. In addition to hundreds of national commercial campaigns, Aimee has narrated over 100 commercial audiobook titles, in addition to documentary films, PSAs and permanent exhibits in world reknowned museums. Her work is on television, internet, and radio. She records audiobooks with Audible.com, the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress, and commercial publishers such as Harper Collins and Time Warner/Hachette. She’s been heard on NPR, radio stations and phone prompts all over the globe. Her client list includes Ramada Worldwide, Traveler’s Insurance, Time Warner, Tylenol, Continental Airlines, Kodak Film, Disney’s Epcot Center, and Splenda.

As an actress, her roles are strong, earthy, sexy women with character, moxie, and heart. Non acting work includes teaching improv at a Brooklyn vocational school, in home care for the elderly and she’s been a state licensed sport/medical massage therapist for twenty years. Passionate about animal welfare, her favorite activity is to volunteer with local shelters and animal sanctuaries. She’s also quite serious about plant based diets, dark chocolate, and Emma Goldman.

Her zodiac is Aquarius. She is a published travel and research writer, a designer of t-shirts and novelty toilet paper (a venture that brought her national media attention), and was once ranked 10th in the USA as a competitive rollerskater. Aimee loves lotus flowers, biographies and Mixed Martial Arts. She wishes for equitable distribution of global resources, an end to factory farming, and has survived being run over by an 11 ton truck.

The woman smiling in the mirror is close to her family, a keeper of secrets and always looking for the next edge to push.

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