WINNER BEST ACTRESS

NY Independent Film Festival

BEST ACTRESS

Saint Tropez International Film Festival

25 GREATEST VOICE PERFORMANCES

Heavy Rain

“Judi Beecher skillfully mixes that rarest of comic cocktails… quirky, sexy, self-effacing & irresistibly dangerous!”

Tony Shalhoub-Emmy Award Winner-The Marvelous Mrs. Mazel

“Judi is one hell of an actress! She has it all depth, range and comedic timing!

Gabriel Bologna – Director Tango Shalom

“Judi is a delight to watch. Her comedic timing is excellent!”

Rich Rossi– Director N.Y. Int’l Ind Film Festival

“Judi’s work has a truly effortless strength and intelligence, along with sensitivity, vulnerability and good comedic timing, a very rare combination in any actor.”

Richard Hatch– Golden Globe Nominee Best Actor

“Judi Beecher is an actress with rare sensitivity!”

Christian Lara Director Summer in Province

Latest News

“La Garçonne”

Judi plays the role of Jenny Meyers in TV mini series for France 2, directed by Paolo Barzman.

Latest Films:

  • “Tango Shalom” as the wife a Hassidic Rabbi that gets a calling to dance the Tango. (Lainie Kazan, Renee Taylor, Joseph Bologna, Karina Smirnoff) produced by Joel Zwick [us]
  • “Il Mare” directed by Mario Feroce [it]
  • “The Lies We Tell Ourselves” directed by Saara Lamberg [au}
  • “The Scar That Scares Me” directed by Michael Asongangi [se}

Judi Beecher

Actress, Director, Producer, Singer-Songwriter, Author

A magical blend of strength and vulnerability – with a splash of quirkiness

A New York theatrically trained actress, Judi’s first professional acting job in America was with Woody Allen in Coop Italia, a string of TV commercials for the Italian market. She’s modeled in France, Italy and New York, sang in the south of France, next to the Gipsy Kings and as a chanteuse in Cologne and Barcelona.

Judi is currently a series regular on the mini series La Garçonne, for France Television, set in 1919, directed by Paolo Barzman, coming out April 2020. She stars in the upcoming feature film Tango Shalom directed by Gabriel Bologna coming out in 2020, which also stars Lainie Kazan, Renée Taylor, Joe Bologna, Karina Smirnoff.

She recently acted in Dany Boon’s, La Ch’tite Famille and Olivier Megaton’s Taken 3, starring Liam Neeson. Judi is well known for her work in the video game Heavy Rain for Sony, where she plays popular lead character Madison Paige (voice over and motion capture)

She has performed in more than eleven Off-Broadway original theater productions, starred in numerous SAG independent films and played a Stepford wife in the remake of The Stepford Wives, directed by Frank OZ. She’s had recurring roles on the Bold and the Beautiful & As the World Turns. has co-guest starred on Law and Order, The Shield and Once and Again. Starred in dozens of commercials, read the voices of 11 characters in the animated feature Humphrey, recurring roles in the animated TV series Digimon.

On the other side of the camera, Judi is currently directing the feature length documentary “My Name is Ronya”. She executive produced the feature Tango Shalom and put her creativity and quirkiness on the line as she directed and produced Only in Paris which won BEST SHORT, BEST ROMANTIC COMEDY and BEST ACTRESS for Judi at the New York International Film Festival. as well as produced and starred in The Can Cannes, and The Gourmet Dinner which screened at the “No Dance Film Festival” at Sundance.

As a result of trying to find the “right” sound for her films. Judi became a singer/song-writer. Composing and performing all the music in the film.

Her New York training includes acting masters as Uta Hagen, Bill Hickey, Bobby Lewis, Elaine Stritch, (Master class), Stella Adler Conservatory and Kathryn Gately: 2yr Meisner program. In Los Angeles, she has studied with Larry Moss and Gordon Hunt.

Judi is not only multi-talented but she is an international actress, thanks to her dual nationality and fluency in French, Italian and English. Today she works between New York, Los Angeles and Paris.

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