Carla Pauli is a San Francisco Bay Area actor and teaching artist. Carla studied Drama at American Conservatory Theatre Studio and continues her training with private coaches and workshops. Film credits include the features White Rabbit from Director/Producer Bill Kinder (Boxcar Pictures), Canary from independent filmmaker Alejandro Adams (Canary Productions) and the documentary, Jim Thorpe’s Life (Moira Productions), which aired nationally on PBS. Other film credits include the shorts “Alone Forever”, “Wondrous Woman”, “Buyer Beware”, and the web miniseries Lit Up.
On stage, Ms Pauli has performed with many Bay Area theater companies including Marin Shakespeare Company, Porchlight Theater, Golden Thread Productions, The Pear Avenue Theatre, Cuttingball Theater and AlterTheater, where she resides as a company member. She is currently studying Drama Therapy at California Institute of Integral Studies. She is a winner of the 2012 TBA Titan Awards. Carla Pauli is represented by Tonry Talent.