ABOUT CLEO MAGILL
Cleo Magill is an actress and dancer known for her lit up passion, dedication, and delightfulness.
Born in Los Angeles, Cleo is a relative of the legendary storytellers, The Grimm Brothers. She has starred in short films that have won awards at I Filmmaker International Film Festival in Spain, Boston Indie Film Festival, Film Festival North Hollywood and the Independent Short Awards.
At age 17, Cleo moved to Chicago to train at the Joffrey Ballet. After her career as a professional ballet dancer (Joffrey Ballet, ACB), she started her acting training and began working in TV (This is Us, Conan) and musical theatre (The Music Man supporting Adam Pascal, South Pacific, Oklahoma!). Cleo is also known for being featured in music videos (Herb Albert’s SMILE, Saint Motel’s Old Soul) and for her choreography for Alina Baraz at Coachella.
Most recently, she produced and starred in a short called "Monica and Libby”. She also acts, writes and produces shorts on her YouTube channel "bubbleduo” with co-creator Antonia Vivino. Cleo studied at the Groundlings School and trains ongoing at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop.
Cleo is also widely known in Los Angeles for her teaching of dance. She believes that dance teaches us lessons that make us strong, expressive, and more aware. Her teaching career gave her the confidence to pursue acting.
Cleo is SAG- Eligible.