Margaux Susi is a Cuban-Jewish actor and director from Miami, FL. She graduated with honors from NYU Tisch & is a proud member and the Associate Artistic Director of the Ovation award-winning IAMA Theatre Company in Los Angeles, where she currently resides.
As an actor, you can see her in a recurring role on the final season of NETFLIX'S DEAR WHITE PEOPLE. You can also hear her in countless English dubs on NETFLIX including MONEY HEIST, THE BARRIER, MARIANNE, and AD VITAM. You also know Margaux from the hit improv show 'The Blind Date Project' with Bojana Novakovic. Having completed sold-out runs in New York City, Edinburgh, Cincinnati, and Williamstown, the show played in Los Angeles for over three years.
As a director, Margaux directed the short film, THE UNTITLED SPERM BANK PROJECT starring Sophia Ali, Jeremy Culhane, and Rob Scerbo. She also co-directed the short film BIRDS, BEES, & THREES starring Christine Woods and Sam Daly which premiered at RiverRun International Film Fest. Margaux directed Sheila Carrasco’s (CBS' Ghosts) solo show ANYONE BUT ME for IAMA Theatre Company’s virtual season which the LA Times raved was a great success with “stellar direction”. As a theatre director, Margaux Associate Directed Daniel Pearle’s A KID LIKE JAKE with IAMA Theatre Company as a guest production at The Pasadena Playhouse. Her other directing credits include readings of Madeline Hendrick’s TREMOR and Kait Kerrigan’s FATHER/DAUGHTER.
Margaux holds a BFA in Drama from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.