TOMORROW SHEA
PROFESSIONAL DALLAS ACTRESS

I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work with the most prepared actor I’ve ever known.  She is sooo good….

Levie Isaacks
Levie IsaacksDirector - Glenn’s Gotta Go

It’s like she is acting in living color and everyone else is in black and white.

Elaine Liner
Elaine LinerDallas Observer

I have never, in all my years in this business, seen an actor transform themselves so that who they are is completely unrecognizable, as Tomorrow does.

Glenn Morshower
Glenn MorshowerActing Coach

Tomorrow Shea’s Biography

A Professional Actress From Dallas, TX

Tomorrow was born the oldest of four girls in McKinney, Texas, a fourth generation in Collin County. Her sisters’ names are Yesterday, Today and Aday. Her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roach, raised their family in Frisco where they owned the first Cotton Gin. After her 2nd grade year, and her mother’s re-marriage, the family moved to the Bay Area in Walnut Creek, California for 6 years.

Tomorrow can remember the first moment she knew she loved performing. As a 5 year old, singing Sesame Street’s “Somebody Come and Play” she knew this was what made her heart happy and content. Many guests of her parents watched endless pantomine to songs from “A Chorus Line”, Barbra Streisand, Cher and skits, where she directed her sisters.

It was in Walnut Creek that she fell in love with ballet. Ballet became her favorite form of dance. She believes she will always be in a performing arts class of some kind.  She still trains as a dancer, vocalist and actress. “Honing and fine tuning my art prepares me so that I am ready for that next role.”

Some of her favorite moments as a performer are…….touring Europe,as a principal dancer, with her dance partner Paul Sutton and choreographer, teacher and mentor James Clouser where she performed the duet ‘Ear to Stone’ in the beautiful theatres of Paris and Avignon, France. Her award winning performance in ‘The Ruby Sunrise’ where she played dual roles as Ethel and Lois. Her recent role, produced by NBC Peacock, as the leading actress portraying the life of Cynthia Lynch in Fatal Encounters was a dream role. “I believe every moment, every experience, every tear and all I have witnessed prepared me for that role.” 

CONTACT TOMORROW SHEA

Tomorrow PO Box 2493 McKinney, Tx 75070 | tomorrow@tomorrowshea.com | 972-562-7766

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CONTACT TOMORROW SHEA

Tomorrow PO Box 2493 McKinney, Tx 75070 | tomorrow@tomorrowshea.com | 972-562-7766