InD'Introduces: Ann Greyson


ANN GREYSON is an actress, dancer and the up-and-coming author of The Lonely Vampire”, available in the retail market since September. The novel was developed from a short screenplay written in 2017. Ann portrays the character of Ileana Vladislava in “The Lonely Vampire” short television program broadcast on Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Lifestyle Channel 2. In 2019, Ann released her debut novel, “Never-DEAD”.  This story developed from a short screenplay written in 2015 where Ann portrays Hannah Winter in the “Never-DEAD” short television program screened at the 2016 MystiCon Independent Film Festival.
Her other writing credits include  poetry for The Muse literary & arts magazine, and theatre reviews for Talent Magazine. She has a passion for creating fictional characters for television, acting in the programs: i Citizen, SpaceWoman Light-years Apart, Birdwatcher, PuRR, and The Out World.  She is the producer of Pompilia broadcast on Anne Arundel Community Television, and The Watchers, a nominee for a VOLLIE Award for Best Local Documentary from Community Media Center TV of Westminster in 2014.
Her background is in dance with performances in the music videos: The Entertainer, Jingle Bells and Amazing Grace; and on stage with companies: Dance Baltimore, B. Funk Dance Company, Burklyn Ballet Theatre, and The Atlanta Ballet. She sings and acts in the music videos: Shine, O Christmas Tree, House of the Rising Sun, Motherless Child, and Buffalo Gals.
Ann also has an Associate of Arts degree in English from Howard Community College. She is a member of Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA and the Alpha Alpha Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Last but not least, she has the honor of receiving the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who's Who in 2017.
Ann resides in Columbia, Maryland, a place you often see a gaggle of geese or deer strolling by, which is always nice since she supports the protection of wildlife and their habitat.  Her hobbies are reading fiction novels, home interior design and decorating and sketching.  As a member of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, she supports the importance of socio-ecological landscapes in the conservation of birds.