Abigail calls Nashville, Tennessee home. She is a member of Women in Film & Television and works closely with Nashville’s film market event, Film-Com, as a volunteer. Acting is what Abigail is called to do, she cannot imagine not pursuing it or having it as part of her life.
She discovered her love for performing as a child of eight years of age when she began dancing on stage. In middle school she began playing the violin. In high school she enrolled in high school drama, started modeling and was first chair in the orchestra playing the violin. Abigail has performed both on stage and for the camera.
Abigail has studied with acting coaches such as Gary Austin founder of The Groundlings, Scotty Watson from Artistic New Directions, Michael J. Gellman and David Razowsky, and more.
Abigail holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theater and one in Filmmaking as well as a Master’s degree in Business Leadership (2014) and also a Master’s degree in Film and Media (2017). The undergrad degrees were received from Middle Tennessee State University and the two Master’s Degrees were received from Lipscomb University.