Sheila Carrasco is an actress and writer who grew up on the South Side of Chicago before going on to receive her MFA from Harvard University and her BFA in directing and set design at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She is an active member of the LA-based theater company IAMA, which recently produced her virtual one woman show, “Anyone but Me,” which she starred in and wrote.
Carrasco’s television credits include “The Good Place,” “Jane the Virgin,” “American Housewife,” and “I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson,” and “The Odd Couple” and “Life in Pieces,” both on the Network.”
Sheila is an alum of the CBS Diversity Showcase as a performer in 2018 and as head writer in 2019. She is a former member of the prestigious Groundlings Sunday Company and has produced and starred in a series of videos for Broadway Video’s Latino comedy studio, Mas Mejor, based on her original character ‘Marisol at the Market.’
Born and raised in Chicago, Carrasco started acting when she was 7 in a community theatre production of “Annie,” as orphan chorus member #11. She enjoys hiking, camping, singing, painting, biking, basketball and is a recovering wig addict. Her birthday is May 16. She can be followed on Instagram and TikTok @sheilatabasco.