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Shae D'Lyn

Highest Rated:   98% Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2018)
Lowest Rated:   13% Vegas Vacation (1997)
Birthplace:   Abilene, Texas
Shae D'lyn is the daughter of stage actor Michael Shelle and writer Peggy Sherertz and lives primarily in New York and Los Angeles. She graduated cum laude from The Special Scholars Program at The University of Virginia and then attended a post-graduate two-year theater program in New York earning a professional degree in Theater Arts from Circle in the Square. There she studied with the great Teresa Hayden, Alan Langdon, Joanna Gleason, Lucille Rubin, et al. Al Pacino bestowed her the honor of casting her as the understudy for Salome on Broadway while still in school. Shae has played leading roles opposite outstanding actors: in "The Pretty One" opposite Zoe Kazan and John Carroll Lynch, in "The Motel Life" opposite Emile Hirsch, in "Secrets" opposite Julie Harris and Thomas Gibson, in Arthur Miller's "American Clock" opposite Mary McDonnell and Loren Dean, and in "Vegas Vacation" opposite Chevy Chase and Randy Quaid. Her dramatic and comic roles on television include "Ellen," "Law and Order," "Quantum Leap," "That Seventies Show," and four years starring as Jane on ABC's "Dharma and Greg." Shae starred as Baby Doll in the New York theatrical premiere of Tennessee William's "Tiger Tail" receiving a rave review by The New York Times. Her character interpretations have given her the opportunity to create many original roles such as Theresa in the US premiere of "The Crackwalker," and Maddy in the world premiere of "Maddy Far Away." Shae spent four years working almost exclusively in the classics receiving a Best Actress award for Adrianna in "The Comedy of Errors" at Boston's Leland Center, and starring as Iphigenia, Electra, Desdemona, and many others. She also directs and produces theater, film, and television productions and has just completed her first feature screenplay. She founded a production company Shot in the Dark Films and the Independent Artists' Cooperative in Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and Toronto with over 600 members. Her film "Morir Para Ser Libre" was featured in the Boston Film Festival, "Contragolpe" won the Coco de Oro festival, and her documentary "El Coro en Japon" was featured on public television in Puerto Rico. chose Shot in the Dark's hour-long salsa DVD as the Editor's Pick Best Video of 2007. Her feature length documentary "Los Vandalos" about the struggle between the power structure and graffiti artists fighting to have a personal voice, is heading toward its premier at the Latino Film Festival of Los Angeles. Her project, "HearMe - The Imagine Project" won the Audience Award at the Elevate Film Festival from its 5,000 attendees. The film connects orphans in Iraq, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Cambodia, Puerto Rico and Compton through music. To further peace and brotherhood, Shae and her producer partner Kevin Jackson donated music studios to each orphanage and asked the children to create their own song based on John Lennon's "Imagine". Because the project inspired such a profound reaction, both from the children and the audience, they founded a nonprofit, HearMe, Inc. ( to carry the vision forward.


Highest Rated Movies



98% Can You Ever Forgive Me?
  • Nell
71% Café Society
  • Carlotta
$11.1M 2016
50% The Pretty One
  • May
$11.7k 2014
No Score Yet Super Zeroes
  • Actor
60% 21 Eyes
  • Ellie
No Score Yet Convict 762
  • Actor
13% Vegas Vacation
  • Cousin Vickie
No Score Yet Secretos
  • Edwina Phelan
No Score Yet Hits!
  • Doozie
No Score Yet Bury Me in Niagara
  • Jean


92% Boardwalk Empire
  • Carolyn Rothstein
  • 2014
No Score Yet That '70s Show
  • Voice
  • 2001
No Score Yet Dharma & Greg
  • Jane Cavanaugh Jane
  • 2001
  • 2000
  • 1999
  • 1998
  • 1997
No Score Yet Ellen
  • Debbie
  • 1996
No Score Yet Law & Order
  • Dory Scofield
  • 1994
No Score Yet Quantum Leap
  • Alexandra
  • 1993

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