Isabel Pask (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based, Texan-born actor, writer, and producer with Puerto Rican roots. Her work explores the interplay between vulnerability and strength, and seeks to find moments of humor and authenticity within complex relationships.
Isabel is a contributing artist for the femme-millennial production company CNT Productions, for which she wrote, starred in, and coproduced the short film This is Not a Love Letter (159K+ views on YouTube). She is also a producer for The Sol Project and a member of the theatrical ensemble The Bellwether Project, where she writes for the series (in)alienable.
Isabel has written two feature length scripts and recently shot a short film based on her feature script BEA & SOFIA, directed by Victoria Pedretti (You, Haunting of Hill House) and starring herself and Libe Barer (Sneaky Pete). Her work as a writer, producer, and actor has been recognized by Ms. Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, and numerous international film festivals, including Madrid International Film Festival, Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival, and Women’s Voices Now Film Festival.
Isabel recently ventured into the world of stand-up comedy, opening for Amy Schumer at City Winery and the Comedy Cellar in NYC. As an actor, she has performed with various theatre companies in NYC and around the country (Santa Cruz Shakespeare, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Ars Nova, Quantum Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Art House NJ).
Education: Carnegie Mellon University, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (Certificate in Classical Acting).
Representation: DGRW Inc.
Isabel played #14 in The Wolves at McCarter Theatre Center.
Isabel won Best Actress for the short film AQUAMARINE at Santa Monica Shorts Festival , Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival, and Madrid IFF, Catch Isabel in Season 3 of HBO's Succession.