Jolly Abraham had been a member of The Pearl Theatre Company for 9 years. Her favorite roles include Ophelia from Hamlet, Mrs. Martin from The Bald Soprano, Inez from No Exit and Hermione from The Winter’s Tale. She has also appeared on Broadway in Coram Boy and Bombay Dreams. Off-Broadway: Massacre, a new play by Jose Rivera at Rattlestick, Twelfth Night as Viola (Sonnet Rep), McReele (Roundabout), Cost of Living a new play by Martyna Majok at Manhattan Theater Club, included in New York Times as one of the best shows of 2017. Regional: Frankenstein (Dallas Theater Center), Sense and Sensibility (Guthrie), Swimmers a new play by Rachel Bonds (Marine Theatre Company) The Wolfe Twins (The Studio Theatre in DC), Scorched (Wilma Theater, Barrymore Nomination for Best Supporting Actress), Loves Labours Lost (The Shakespeare Theatre DC and RSC), and Pentecost (Old Globe), O’Neill Conference and Chautauqua. Numerous Lincoln Center Directors Lab. TV: “Elementary,” recurring “Law and Order SVU,” “Wallflowers” (webseries), “Untitled Onion News” (Amazon Pilot), “Unforgettable,” “Smash” “Lights Out,” “Gossip Girl,” “Sex and the City,” “Ed,” “Law and Order: CI,” ”Bedford Diaries,” “White Collar,” “Smash,” and “Nurse Jackie.” Film: “A Walk Among the Tombstones” with Liam Neeson, “The Adderall Diaries,” “Stay,” “Loving Leah,” and “After You Left.” Jolly has been a teacher of the classics with The Pearl Theatre for many years. She is also an adjunct professor at The New Studio at NYU. She has a BFA from The University of The North Carolina School of the Arts.