Judith Gantly was nominated the best featured actress in a comedy by the Newark Star Ledger for her performance in Mornings at Seven at the Bickford Theater in New Jersey. She also performs the one-woman play, Back Talk which she has taken to numerous universities and theaters around the country.
She appeared with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in Chekhov’s The Seagull, in Waiting for MacArthur, Mother’s Day and The Women with the Women’s Theater Cooperative of New Jersey.
Judith has performed in numerous plays in regional theaters including Alphabetical Order, Hedda Gabler, Bedroom Farce, The Dining Room, Fifth of July, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
She also records books for the American Foundation for the Blind as well as commercial publishers. She was nominated for the prestigious Audie Award for her recording of Sea Glass by Anita Shreve.
Judith has a BA and MA in education and is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.