Rhiannon Birdsall is an actress, singer, and voice over professional based in Los Angeles.
A native to Kansas City, she developed her range for drama and comedy early in stage productions like Noises Off (Dottie/Mrs.Clackett), Kimberly Akimbo (Pattie), Gaslight (Mrs. Manningham) and new media roles for McDonalds & Water.org.
An ear for british accents, she was cast in the indie feature & romance drama Trust Fund with Transatlantic Films. Later using her improv abilities in films such as the comedic mockumentary feature, and festival circuit runner Metcalf South Memories with script and dialogue heavily improvised by the cast.
A Master Class student at Anthony Meindl's Actor Studio, she's performed for the Director's Workshop Series with guest director Silas Howard (Transparent, This is Us). She was in the studio's 2017 "Women's Writes" Spring Comedy Showcase and their Theatrical Showcase "Strings" with performances written by Jeff Locker.
Behind the mic, her strong musical ear and ability to mimic, naturally supported her years in voiceover for TV & radio. She has voiced ADR for celebrities in movie trailers and major motion pictures, along with satirical impressions like Emma Stone for HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. She can be heard portraying Devo- the psychic cat detective in the animated video game series Psychic on Google Play and AmazonFire TV.
For live audiences, she spent 4 years with award winning radio theatre & sketch comedy group, Right Between The Ears. Broadcasting weekly on public radio, live shows have been featured on NPR, The BBC 4, and Sirius XM. She has shared the Missouri Repertory Theatre stage with voice over moguls like Phil Proctor (Fire Sign Theatre) and Barbara Rosenblat (Orange is The New Black).
Her professional music venture includes five years with acoustic cover band, The La de Dahs,
performing weekly, she sang familiar tunes through decades of Pop-Rock- Alternative genres, multi-harmonies and acoustic guitars during a four hour set. Original projects include lead vocals and
manager with 6 piece gypsy/folk band, Foes of Folly who were featured performers for the main stage line up at the International Folk Festival of 2015. As a studio hire vocalist, she has sang on local band albums, and continues writing and composing her original singer/songwriter music.