In What It Means to Disappear Here: the performances by Rodriguez and Mungavin were captivating and heartfelt.
"Lillian is a professional, enthusiastic, and inspiring actor. She was always prepared for her role and carried out a powerful performance."
"Lillian is bright, innovative, hard working and very, very professional. The power she brings to the stage is invigorating and inspiring"
Lillian Rodriguez is a SAG- AFTRA and AEA actor native to NYC. Lillian first became interested in acting when she got cast as the lead character in Twelve Angry Men (Henry Fonda played the role in the film version) - her high school changed the title to Twelve Angry Jurors due to women being in the cast. Performing in this play was the pivotal moment that convinced Lillian to become an actor.
She graduated with honors from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre. Upon graduation she won the Drama Award for Outstanding Achievement in Studio at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. She currently acts in film, theatre, and TV in NYC.