DAISY EAGAN

Daisy SONY DSCEagan has written and performed three one-woman shows, “Still Daisy After All These Years”, and “Daisy Eagan:  F@*K Off.  I Love You.”, and, most recently, “One for my Baby.” Her shows have played to packed houses in New York City and Los Angeles. Daisy Eagan is the youngest actress ever to win a Tony Award for her performance as Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden” (Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations). Her theater credits include “Les Miserables” (Broadway), “James Joyce’s The Dead” (Original Broadway production), “Stoneface” (2014 Pasadena Playhouse), the first national tour of “Love, Loss, And What I Wore”, “Jersey Shoresical: A Frickin’ Rock Opera!”, “The Wild Party” (The Blank Theater Company.  2005 LA Weekly Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical), “On the Mountain” (world premiere at South Coast Repertory),  “A View from the Bridge” (South Coast Repertory), and “Be Aggressive” (world premiere at La Jolla Playhouse, Garland Award honorable mention, and regionally at TheaterWorks), amongst many others. Her T.V. and film credits include “The Mentalist”, “Without a Trace”, “Ghost Whisperer”, “Numbers” and “The Unit”, “The It Factor”, “All My Children”, “Another World”, “Space Cases”, “Square One TV” “Losing Isaiah” (Paramount)”, “Ripe” (Trimark), “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” (Green Street Films) and “Judgement” (HBO). She also co-created, co-wrote, and co-starred in Krystal Park, a soap opera set in a trailer park. Daisy became a published author in 2009 with her creative non-fiction essay, “Red, White and Grey” in SplinterGeneration.com.  Her autobiographical comedic essays can be found on her blog at DaisyEagan.com.