Leah Uteg is now 16. She began acting around five years old, when she decided to sit her mom down and ask to seriously pursue an acting career. Leah has never wavered in her adoration and commitment to the performing arts. Leah has developed an accomplished list of theater and film credits over the years. Some of these credits include; Creepy Girl 3, A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010) Samuel Bayer, Lucy in the Short Film Lucy (2012) Jason Madeja (chosen for viewing at The Chicago International Short Reels Festival & Louisville International Festival ,and more.), Samantha in the short film Frames (2012) Zach Merbach(Chosen for viewing at The New Hampshire Film Festival.), Autumn in the feature film Goodbye Guns (2013) Cecilia Bravo-Mittmann currently being viewed at film festivals , Elsie in the feature film Hunter (2015) directed by David Tarleton yet to be released, Little Girl Festen at The Steep Theater directed by Jonathan Berry, Lucy Francis Punk Rock at The Theater Wit directed by Jonathan Berry (2012 Jeff Non-Equity Award for Best Ensemble Cast) , The Daughter The Goddess with Artistic Home Theater directed by John Mossman (which won the Jeff award for best new adaptation) , and recently she understudied and performed five shows for In The Garden at the Looking Glass Theater directed Jessica Thebus. In addition to acting Leah has experience with voice over, print, and commercial work. Beyond the performing arts Leah enjoys dance class, participates in all school team sports, spends time with her large family, and enjoys numerous indoor and outdoor activities. She is an ambitious and dedicated person with magnetic personality. She is continually grateful to Gray Talent Group for representing her most of these years, everyone who has seen her talent and utilized it, and everyone who took the time to read her biography. Leah hopes to work with you in the future.