Anna Snapp is an actor from the Washington, D.C. area. She grew up with a youth Shakespeare company from the age of nine, and went on to study communication-arts and theatre during her high school years, and at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center during her summers. She studied theater at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she performed with Philadelphia Young Playwrights and other school productions. She performed her autobiographical one-woman show, “I Found That The Sun Will Rise Tomorrow” in Maryland, at the Capital Fringe Festival in D.C., at the Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland, and in NYC in association with the Humanities in Medicine Program with Northwell Health Hospital System. She is now a student at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, a conservatory for stage and screen acting in Manhattan.