All About Me
Ciara Elliott, originally from California, is an Orlando based actor, singer, and dancer. As an actor, she has appeared in the film, Surviving the Storm (Trina Kingsbury), as well as the productions, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Young Inna/Ensemble), and Fabulation or the Re-Education of Undine (Grandma/Ensemble) at the University of Central Florida. As a singer, she has appeared in Aida (Nubian Slave), The Soul of a Woman at Valencia College, the Fusion Festival in downtown Orlando, and the Masquerade in Blue concert at Clubhouse Paradise Valley in California. As a dancer, she danced in the Battlefest Live VII, Starbound National Competition, and the 10th Annual Bliss Showcase in Sacramento, San Mateo, and Vacaville, California. Ciara is currently a student at the University of Central Florida in her senior year (graduation Fall 2023) working towards a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Acting. She works at Digital Escape Rooms where she enjoys executing special effects and creating an exciting environment for people to have fun. She is also looking forward to being a part of the W. Daniel Mills Apprenticeship at Orlando Shakes in the upcoming summer, as well as working towards getting certified in stage combat through the Society of American Fight Directors. In her spare time, Ciara enjoys exploring the Florida’s tropical beaches and around nature, where she does photography and meditates. She also loves going to Disneyworld, traveling, painting, playing the guitar, playing video games with friends, baking/cooking, and spending quality time with her family. Born in Vacaville, California, Ciara now lives in Orlando, Florida. Ciara can be reached on her website: www.ciara-elliott.com. You can also contact her on Facebook (Ciara Elliott), Instagram (ciaraelliott_), Email (email@example.com), LinkedIn (Ciara Elliott), and on her YouTube channel (Ciara Elliott).
"Believe in yourself. You are braver than you think, more talented than you know, and capable of more than you imagine." - Roy T. Bennett
"If you really do want to be an actor who can satisfy himself and his audience, you need to be vulnerable." - Jack Lemmon
"If you live in the past that's depression, and if you live in the future that's anxiety. So you have now choice but to live in the present." - Sarah Silverman