Jodie Lynne McClintock
has performed on Broadway and Off, in London’s West End, at Israel’s National Theatre, at major US regional theatres, and on Film and TV.
Sir Jonathan Miller’s production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night with Jack Lemmon- reprised on international tour and film. Member Royal Shakespeare Company during Broadway and Kennedy Center rotating repertories.
Art of Success with Tim Curry (MTC), Daughter-In-Law (Mint), Belle Epoque (LCT), Dangerous Personality (Perry Street), Charles Busch’s Shanghai Moon (TNC), Timeslips (HERE), and new plays for Primary Stages, Vineyard, Minetta Lane, Abingdon amongst others.
ART, Long Wharf, McCarter, Papermill, St. Louis and Capital Reps, Shadowland Stages (Best Actress 2010 Times Herald NY), and multiple seasons for Alabama, New Jersey, and St. Louis Shakespeare Festivals.
Film, TV, New Media:
includes United 93 (Boston Society of Film Critics Best Ensemble Cast), The Mighty Macs, 30 Rock, Law and Order: CI & SVU, Long Day’s Journey on PBS American Playhouse. Her avatar Maud Eccles the bounty hunter appears in Grand Theft Auto 5. IMDB
Teaching and Faculty:
She strongly believes in passing along the knowledge she has gained in over 40+ years as an actress, “Those who can, Do. Those who can do more, Teach. -GB Shaw (with a twist)”
NYU, BADA (London and Oxford), Acting International (Paris-NYC), Broadway for All, Circle Repertory, etc. and now coaches exclusively at her own Queens Studio. Through Jodie’s years in the UK with BADA and the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Dame Judi Dench agreed to be the Patroness of the Queens Studio, inspiring us all.
She is an ordained officiant writing and performing live and virtual ceremonies celebrating life’s milestones. 2021 City Artist Corps of NY Grant Recipient, she devised The Uses of Adversity: Of Players, Plagues, and Poetry– exploring the parallel plague years of 1616 and 2020. She continues Zoom coaching, writing, and facilitating a weekly Peer Community Group for the Actors Center (of which she is a proud member). Married to Arthur William Pearson for almost 4 decades, residing in Sunnyside, Queens NY with Maggie their rescued beagle.