Biography

Suehyla El-Attar is an actor/writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. She's worked with many theatre companies across the Atlanta area in both capacities, including but not limited to: The Alliance Theatre Company, Theatre du Reve, and Working Title Playwrights. She's an artistic associate with Synchronicity Theatre and is currently working on a commission for Horizon Theatre, via a grant from the MAP fund. Her secret passion is providing scripts for teens to perform and to see; she'd like to be the John Hughes of High school Theatre...simply because she believes we should get them young. She's accomplished this with her two scripts, FISHBOWL and DESPERADOES. Her acting career is attempting a spread from the stage to the screen, at the moment.

Suehyla El-Attar is an actor/writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. She's worked with many theatre companies across the Atlanta area in both capacities, including but not limited to: The Alliance Theatre Company, Theatre du Reve, and Working Title Playwrights. She's an artistic associate with Synchronicity Theatre and is currently working on a commission for Horizon Theatre, via a grant from the MAP fund. Her secret passion is providing scripts for teens to perform and to see; she'd like to be the John Hughes of High school Theatre...simply because she believes we should get them young. She's accomplished this with her two scripts, FISHBOWL and DESPERADOES. Her acting career is attempting a spread from the stage to the screen, at the moment.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 8

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Official Site http://suehyla.com

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 Green Book as Lynn Venere
2018 Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween as Teacher in Hole (uncredited)
2018 Ant-Man and the Wasp as Agent Pearson
2017 I, Tonya as Skater Mom
2016 MacGyver(1 episode) as Janitor
2016 Miracles from Heaven as Receptionist
2014 The Good Lie as Immigration Official
2008 The Signal as Janice

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