Character Actor, Takes Creative Risks, Takes Direction Well
Ayla Rose Barreau, a SAG-AFTRA actor who also sings, dances and models, has been acting and training since the age of 8, but has been on stage from the time she was 8 months old. She began her career in the Boston Liturgical Dance Ensemble's production of A Dancer's Christmas, where she went from babe to villager over the years.
With great character versatility and physical comedy, Ayla has co-starred on Fox’s Glee and NBC’s Heroes and graced the big screen as Ruby, the female lead, in the The Busker, a supporting role in the feature, Glory Days. She has also made several appearances as leads in National Commercials and in stage plays both classical and contemporary on the east and west coast including touring with the New Hampshire Shakespeare Festival and playing Queequeg in Ishmael, a Moby Dick adaptation, in the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
Along with acting, Ayla volunteers with the Young Storytellers Foundation, dabbles in playing and composing piano music and singing in the Phil Harmonic Choir at LAVC, and baking delicious treats for family and friends. She is currently writing a short and filming a web series.