- Acting Age : 35 - 43
- Based in : Los Angeles, Berlin
- Height : 168 cm
Sona Tatoyan is a first generation Syrian-Armenian-American stage and film actor, writer, producer, and director with bases in New York, Los Angeles, and Armenia. Ms. Tatoyan is a graduate of the William Esper Studio.
Other training includes a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Wake Forest University, Shakespeare and Company's Summer Training Institute.
Ms. Tatoyan's feature film debut was the lead role in The Journey (2002) - the first American independent film ever shot in Armenia.
Currently, Ms. Tatoyan is in pre-production to star in Celestina, a feature film co-starring famed actor Bill Pullman, Oscar Nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno and up and coming star Raul Castillo (HBO's Looking) which she is producing through her production company Door/Key Productions alongside Academy Award winning producer Barrie M. Osborne (The Lord of the Rings) and executive producer Walter Salles.
Ms. Tatoyan's writing/directing debut short film, Toujours, was a selection at the Arpa International Film Festival 2012. As a storyteller, Ms. Tatoyan is inspired by the universal issues of home, identity, love, family, connection, healing through facing truth, and the confronting of pain/trauma as a means to emancipation/illumination. She believes exploring the untold stories of her scattered people is an opportunity to share her rich, ancient, multi-faceted culture with the wider world.
directed by Adrian Martinez
You & Me
directed by Alexander Baack
On the Road - Unterwegs
directed by Walter Salles
The Dry Spell
as Post-jog Woman
directed by John Erick Dowdle
directed by Edwin Avaness and Emy Hovanesyan
directed by Sona Tatoyan
The Tape Recorder
as No Name Girl
directed by Jose Rivera