Tamar Kummel is from New York City, Hanover, NH and a town in VT so small, it doesn’t exist. Inspired by her ballet dancer father and artist mother, she’s been doing comedy her whole life, sometimes onstage. An actress for an embarrassing number of years, she’s performed all over the world including Asia and on a cruise ship. She’s been in literally 100’s of films that you’ve never seen (except maybe, "How To Ride A Train" or, "The Big Bad Swim" which won awards at dozens of festivals). Besides the full length, produced play, “Redial”, Tamar has written/performed a one-woman play “Cultural Immersion”, a few one-acts, a dozen short films, several published articles, a book, “How To Run Auditions”, many sketches, hours of stand up comedy, and a blog. Tamar started producing comedy shows in New York City in 2000, and started producing films in 2011. She currently splits her time between New York City and Los Angeles. Other interests include cooking, eating, physical fitness, health, misc. crazy classes, dancing and purple. Favorite quotes: “Do or do not, there is no try”- Yoda. “Nothing is good or bad but thinking makes it so.”-Shakespeare. More information on TamarKummel.com, CaptainPurpleProductions.com.