About
Me

Upcoming: Catch Isabel in Season 3 of HBO's Succession.  

Recently: Isabel won Best Actress for the short film AQUAMARINE at Santa Monica Shorts Festival.

 

Isabel Pask is a Brooklyn-based, Texan-born actor, writer, and creator with Puerto Rican roots.

She has worked with various theatre companies across the country, including Santa Cruz Shakespeare, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Ashland New Plays Festival, and Quantum Theatre.

 

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. Her work as a writer, producer, and actor has been recognized by Ms. Magazine, Glamour UK, USA Today, and SF Chronicle, as well as recognized by the NYC Indie Theatre Film Festival, Venice Shorts, the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival, and Women’s Voices Now (Best Experimental Short). She is currently a producing assistant for the Sol Project.

As a member of the New York-based theatrical ensemble the Bellwether Project, Isabel is a writer for the webseries (In)alienable, and performed in Ars Nova’s All New Talent Festival.

 

Isabel earned a BFA in acting as well as a degree in creative writing from Carnegie Mellon University. She has a certificate in classical acting from London Academy of Dramatic Arts. She is represented by DGRW.