Maggie Champagne

Margaret Champagne hails from North Carolina and has been working in NYC for many years. Margaret has always had a funny bone and a love for comedy. After receiving a B.A. in acting from Pace University and studying with numerous schools of thought, Margaret has appeared in over 75 New York plays and movies. Some of her favorite film roles include the lead role of Baby in the feature Make Pretend, the lead role of Olivia in Cuando La Luna esta llena which has been an official selection of Cinequest San Jose, Palm Springs International, Rhode Island , IFP in New York where it was selected best short, and Cityvision where it has picked up three awards. Margaret also played Donna in the feature film Rounds, Rose in the short film Push On (written and directed by Ms. Champagne), and Maggie Axelrodman, WSUX Reporter in York Entertainment’s Land Of the College Prophets, which made the best seller list for York Entertainment and won 11 bare bones award. Shealso appeared in Charlie which won rave reviews from the New York Times last year. She can be seen as a supporting lead in “London Betty” set to premiere in The Spring. Maggie’s theatrical favorites include Jessie in 'Night Mother, Valerie in Caught in the Wake, Rosie in Better Places to Go, Bunny in Laundry and Bourban, and Ruby in Thymus Vulgarus. Phyllis in Central Park West. Her comedy experiences include commercials on the Oxygen Network and Spike TV and WEtv. She has performed at Galapagos, Stand Up New York, New York Comedy Club, Upright Citizens Brigade, Pit Theater, Cinema Classics, Carolines on Broadway and was the weekly comedic host of Mantasia, an all-male burlesque show in the heart of Times Square. Her trio The Brothel was Chicago Snubfest in 2006 and she ran a weekly show “Slumber Party” at Comix Comedy Club. She performs regulary with her group Wilt Chamberlins Kids all over town… She was a writer producer and actor forComedyNet from 2007 to 2008. Her material is available on the internet, Comcast, Cox cable, Verizon Fios and At&t. Her one woman show, “Learning How to walk” Premired in March of this year. And will be showing again in the fall... She is currently part of The Collective and an progressive underground theater company that produces fine work.