Ackerman is a Roslyn High School alumna and graduate of Binghamton University where she earned a degree in English with a journalism focus and a minor in Spanish. She is a New York City-based actor, singer and writer appearing in theater, film and commercials. In 2013, she played Mrs. Geppetto/Stromboli in a three-month tour of Pinocchio with a children’s theater company.
This year, Ackerman will appear in films Who is Jenna Jameson?, Devil’s Cut, Lost and Found, Everyday a lil’ Seth and a nail polish commercial. This year she also performed numerous Cabarets around New York City, including three appearances at the world famous Don’t Tell Mama.
Ackerman is the creator, author, and co-star of a new webseries called Starting Note about college a cappella, which will premiere at the end of June at youtube.com/startingnotewebseries. To learn more, check out Facebook.com/startingnotewebseries.
After her library concert, Ackerman will be leaving for Harvard University where she received a grant to study acting for the summer. She has a longstanding relationship with the Bryant Library and is grateful for the opportunity to perform there for the sixth time.