Maria Wolf, a member of Actors’ Equity, most recently originated the role of Leah Lavin in the play, An Incident at Peniel, written by Daniel Beller and directed by Jennifer Tuttle. In this drama, she played the part of a brilliant physician who faced a moral dilemma. In the end, she chose a course of action that had life-changing repercussions.
In addition, she has performed in staged readings around New York City, including Life & Other Disasters, written by playwright Julie Richardson, at the Stella Adler Studio.
Regional credits include Aunt Ev, (The Miracle Worker) Lyssa (An American Daughter), Sunny Jacobs (The Exonerated), Vita Sackville-West (Vita and Virginia), Mary McCarthy (Imaginary Friends), Lotte Schoen (Lettice and Lovage) and June (Madagascar). She’s also understudies lead roles include Constance (The Constant Wife), Lise (The Magic Fire), Lane (The Clean House) and Barbara (Nickel and Dimed).
Maria has had lead roles in crime shows, including Deadliest Decade, Grave Secrets and Evil Lives Here, the most watched TV show on Investigation Discovery. She also had supporting roles in several web series and indie films, including Skin Diving, which will be on the festival circuit in early 2019.