Jacqueline Springfield (she/her) is an actor, director and instructor of Acting, Voice, Speech and Dialects. Her previous teaching credits include: The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA-NY), Point Park University, The Black Arts Institute at Stella Adler, New York Film Academy, Brooklyn College and Middle Tennessee State University. Jacqueline has also served as Voice/Speech and Dialect Coach in several academic programs, including Montclair State University, University at Albany, Wildwind Performance Lab at Texas Tech, and The American College Theatre Festival. She has coached productions in professional theatres around the country, including : True Colors Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, American Players Theatre and Pittsburgh Playhouse.
As an actor, Jacqueline has performed in many off-off Broadway and regional theatres including Negro Ensemble Company, Cherry Lane Theatre, 13th Street Repertory, Triad Stage, Nashville Children's Theatre and Nashville Repertory Theatre (formerly Tennessee Rep). On screen she has been seen in The First Wives Club (BET+), The Good Cop (Netflix), Blue Bloods (CBS), Law and Order SVU (NBC), and The Americans (FX)
Jacqueline is a certified Associate Instructor of Fitzmaurice Voicework and has extensive training in Knight Thompson Speechwork, and Suzuki Method for Actors.
Memberships: Actors’ Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, Association of Theatre in Higher Education.