Ava Duvall (she/her) hails from Louisville, Kentucky. Pursuing a career in television, film and theatre, she is grateful to have been able to train in a wide variety of acting, voice and movement techniques at CCM's BFA Acting program. Some of her favorite roles at CCM include the title role in Lysistrata and Pampinea in the premiere of The World’s Ending and Maybe That’s Kinda Hot. On screen, she can most recently be seen in Amazon Prime’s original series A League of Their Own, and the upcoming film That Groovy Rotten Smell. Ava has also performed regionally and internationally, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and The Gaiety School of Acting (the National Theatre School of Ireland) where she spent a summer training in Irish theatre. In addition to her BFA training, Ava studied and performed with Improv Cincinnati doing short-form improvisation and comedy. She loves hanging out with her guinea pig, Fig, going to local coffee shops and watching movies with family and friends.
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