Meet Margaret Tench
Margaret Tench has been a performer for over 30 years. She is a Member in Good Standing with Actor's Equity, Screen Actors Guild, and A.F.T.R.A. She earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Acting from Florida State University.
Margaret put herself through college doing stand up comedy. After graduating, she began her career working in Summer Stock Theatre. She also worked as an apprentice for Burt Reynolds Institute for Theatre Training, where she earned her Equity Card. She then came to New York in a Broadway show directed by Charles Nelson Reilly titled "The Incomparable Lou, Lou" which unfortunately closed in previews.
Being an unemployed actress in New York made Ms. Tench hit the road again as a comedian to pay the bills. She traveled the north east and south for several years performing in clubs and on college campuses.
Margaret has also been a principle performer in many national and regional commercials, even recently appearing on "Late Night With Seth Meyers". She is the the Director of the Warwick Reformed Church Theatre Company, the Drama Advisor for the Florida Union Free School District at S.S. Seward Institute, and Co-Director of the Drama Program at Sussex Christian School.
Margaret currently lives in Westtown, New York with her husband, two boys and five dogs.