Cindy Karr is SAG/AFTRA eligible and has appeared in numerous feature films and television as well as in student films from Full Sail University and the University of Central Florida. She is currently a series regular as Headmistress Carrington in "Go Iguannas," a children's streaming series on the Premiere App launched in December 2018. She also can be seen as Susan Widmark in "Bloodline" in the Netflix television series filmed in the Florida Keys. She has worked on independent feature film projects such as “Unsullied” (Dreamline Pictures) in the role of Claudine Willfellow, on studio projects such “Tooth Fairy 2" (Fox US Production 13) as Lady Bird Billings, and on a movie of the week International film, "Katie Fforde: Bruderherz” (Van Womer International) as Mrs. Brighthouse.

Cindy did conservatory training at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City in their summer ten-week conservatory program where she worked with such notable directors as Alice Saltzman, Ian Hersey, Patrick Quagliano and others. Early in her training, prior to his death, she trained with Michael Shurtleff author of “Audition.” In recent years she has studied with coaches at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater and other outstanding coaches such as Rus Blackwell, Lauren O'Quinn, Hank Stone, Ric LaMonte, Avis-Marie Barnes & others.

Since beginning acting in earnest in 2010, Cindy has performed both on stage at the Orlando Shakes and in principle film roles in professional feature length films, independent short films, numerous university student shorts, television pilots, Netflix series, numerous industrial and commercial spots including one where she jumped (in tandem) out of a plane at 15,000 feet.

Cindy received a bachelor’s degree in English Education from the University of Florida and a master's degree in Library and Information Sciences from the University of South Florida. Life took her in the direction of teaching where she had a rewarding career for many decades as a teacher of English, humanities, special education, and as a high school librarian; but she always knew upon retirement she would more fully pursue acting. Cindy Karr has done just that and is looking forward to achieving her goal of developing award winning characters in A Level productions around the world.