BiographyKaunas, Lithuanian SSR, USSR [now Lithuania]
Born and raised in Kaunas, Lithuania, Sharlota Kay left the country at the age of 18 and moved to London, England where she would spent the next 5 years of her life. While working first in a B&B hotel, then doing various promotions, and ultimately being hired as a legal receptionist in a prestigious world renown law firm, Sharlota graduated from ASAD (The Academy of the Science of Acting and Directing) with a determination to pursue her acting carrier in an English speaking country. Read more... about human psychology and some invaluable acting skills. Having always wanted to live the American dream, Kay decided to continue with her acting studies in New York City. In 2006 Sharlota left England for the US and joined The New Actors Workshop, a two-year acting conservatory founded by three master teacher/directors Paul Sills, Mike Nichols and George Morrison. In addition to the great acting syllabus and the wonderful guidance by both George Morrison and an Academy Award Winner Mike Nichols, Sharlota learned a great deal about improvisation from Kathy Hendrickson and about movement and space exploration from K Tanzer. Since her graduation from NAW in June, 2008. Since then Kay has successfully completed several shorts and commercials and landed a leading role in the upcoming indie feature "Something's Lost".