About Elisabeth Waterston
Elisabeth most recently appeared in Turgenev's A Month in the Country, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Recent New York productions include the Lortel Award-winning production of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard at Classic Stage Company with Dianne Wiest and John Turturro, Sheila Callahan’s Lascivious Something at The Women’s Project, TFANA's Lortel-nominated production of Measure for Measure, CSC’s production of The Tempest with Mandy Patinkin, for which she received a Falstaff Award for performance, and Much Ado About Nothing opposite her father, Sam, at the Delacorte in Central Park.
Her regional credits include Othello at The Intiman, Uncle Vanya at The Long Wharf, and Lady with a Lapdog at A.R.T.
Her film work includes the NYT Critic's Pick Please Be Normal, Marianna Palka’s Good Dick and The Sensation of Sight with David Strathairn, which followed her film debut in The Prince & Me with Julia Stiles.
She has appeared on various television series, such as The Practice, The District, Law & Order, The Blacklist, and most recently Quantico.
Elisabeth trained at Yale, where she received her BA, and has also studied at The Actors Center and the HB Studios.