Virginia Kull (Brief T&A) in Sneaky Pete [S1E2]
Virginia Kull is from Austin Texas. While attending Bowie High School, she originally planned to be a neurologist but got the acting bug along the way.
From high school, she went on to study theater at the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU as a theater major. She graduated in 2004 and worked at the Dallas Shakespeare Festival that summer but would eventually moved to New York.
Refusing to limit herself to just the NYC stage, she has quite a bit of regional theater under her belt. In a Broadway.com interview, she says, I’ve gotten some pretty weighty experience that wouldn’t have had at this point in my career if I hadn’t been willing to travel. If we were to dig a bit into her notices, they have been pretty good. As an example, The New York Times has described her as lovely, convincing, and “so good”.
In a Rapid River Art Magazine article by Marcianne Miller back in 2005, Ms. Kull is quoted as saying when comparing herself to the character Nora in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, I have a very child-like energy like she does…we’re both kind of quirky and silly…I have a desire to be in love…I’m not nearly as naive as she is…And I’d like to consider myself an incredibly emphatic person…