Born in Seale, Alabama, this girl with very country roots had her eyes on entertaining the world when she used to watch her idols Carol Burnett and Johnny Carson as a little girl. Elle Richardson's personality is as dynamic, infectious and as memorable as her smile. She is a woman on a mission to tell stories that move you beyond the screen. Dedicated and passionate about her craft, the actor, director and producer has starred in several independent films, commercials, and industrials throughout the southeast market. Read more... garnered much attention from critics and audiences alike. Elle recently completed a leading role in the television pilot "Boulevard West," directed by Tommy Ford ("Martin, "New York Undercover"). Elle wrote, directed, produced and starred in the short film, "Military Man". The multi-talented filmmaker is excited to bring to life the dramatic story of a confused, lonely woman, and the stranger she meets in an adult bar who she soon discovers is a military man about to be deployed to war. Elle also completed principal and extras casting for the SAG Feature, "The Ivy League" starring Rob Gleeson and Tommy Ford. Most recently, Elle directed the original stage play, "The Possibilities of Love" which premiered in Atlanta in the Summer of 2011. As well as prepping for her next film and stage projects, Elle develops new actors through private coaching and ongoing acting workshops called "Jump Start Acting".