LillyK Photography

LillyK Photography

 

ABOUT

I am an American actress, born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am of both English and Italian descent.

My San Francisco acting resume includes feature lengths, short films, student films, web commercials, and a couple web-series.

I reside in West Hollywood to further pursue my acting and voice over careers.

I also enjoy performing in front of a live audience on the stage, in both local plays and musicals.

She comes Highly Recommended!

We’ve been working with Courtney for over 9 months now on our web series and we can’t imagine working without her. She’s become a part of the team. She’s an awesome actress and a natural. Fun to work with, always on time, and fast to respond to communication.
— Frank Dellario
Courtney is the ultimate entertainment professional. She is on time, gives all to her craft, is a serious artistic visionary, takes direction very well, and is an adept actress capable of immersing fully into the roles she accepts. I’ve shared [the] stage with her, and later cast her in a filmed director’s challenge of a Penny Dreadful scene interpretation. Her “can do” attitude made shooting easy and it shows in the final edit.

Given the opportunity I would absolutely work with Courtney again, and endorse this top-shelf professional actress/entertainer with the highest possible recommendation.
— Reid Martin Basso
The Ethics Certificate Program at the Kaiser Permanent School of Allied Health Sciences recently hired Courtney to act in a family care conference facilitated by our students. Courtney portrayed a daughter in conflict with here uncle in deciding how to approach her mother’s end-of-life issues. In this role, Courtney did a wonderful job taking on the role of a woman struggling over what to do when her mother was critically ill. She was realistic and convincing, which was critical as this portrayal was meant to educate students in an as-real-as-possible situation. This required significant improvisation on her part, as each simulation went in different directions based on the student.

Just as important, we asked Courtney to provide feedback to our students, which she took on with diligence and thoughtfulness. I am sure it was not an easy task to play a distraught daughter and then to provide notes to others about the experience, but Courtney showed it was possible.

Add on that Courtney was prompt and available, and easy to communicate with, and you can see why we highly endorse Courtney as a professional actress.
— Mathew Pauley