Roslyn Seale was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY where she developed a love for performing and theatre. Roslyn always loved musical films, but it wasn’t until she appeared in Anything Goes in the 7th grade that she really caught the performing bug. She was lucky enough to perform in many more school productions at Edward R. Murrow High School in Brooklyn and truly became hooked on all things musical theatre. In high school, Roslyn became a true theatre geek. Yes, Roslyn was that girl who knew the entire score of Les Miserables (and sung it every day to the horror of her brother).


Syracuse University followed, where Roslyn was very active in many organizations on campus including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Roslyn studied musical theatre, but eventually got her degree in Television-Radio-Film. Although she loved theatre, she didn’t feel ready for the difficult life of an actor and after graduation moved to Los Angeles where she worked at various television networks including Fox and ABC. Roslyn kept musical theatre in her life by seeing many of the tours that came through Los Angeles and seeing shows whenever she came home to New York. Upon her permanent return to New York, the “I can do that” feeling that nagged her for years became too strong to ignore and Roslyn began to pursue musical theatre full time. Luckily she has the most supportive and understanding mother in the world, Ruth Seale, who truly believes that her daughter has a gift that should be shared with the world.


In 2012, Roslyn had the pleasure of touring the country with the National Tour of The Color Purple. Roslyn has also worked at regional theatres all over the country including Mill Mountain Theatre, The Fireside Theatre, New London Barn Playhouse, Theatre by the Sea and the Barter Theatre. Roslyn has never been happier and has truly met lifelong friends while pursing this journey. There is nothing better than touching the lives of people through theatre. Roslyn is continuing to grow as an artist and looks forward to what else is in store for her!