Montana von Fliss has been an actor on stage and screen for over 30 years.

Seattle stage credits include Or and The Three Musketeers at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Rock ā€˜nā€™ Roll at ACT, and Cancer: The Musical, Hunter Gatherers, and Titus at Washington Ensemble Theatre where she also served as Co-Artistic Director for 3 years. She has performed internationally in Berlin, Barcelona, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She has appeared in a number of corporate training videos, commercials, and done voice over work for radio commercials and video games. Most recently she appeared in the feature film BFE.

Montana is a life-long member of the vaudeville troupe Le Royal Famille DuCaniveaux and she is a member of a Can Can dance troupe that performs continually throughout the region. She also plays ukulele in the local musical duo 'It's Jenny & Montana Time!'

As a director, Montana has worked locally as well as off Broadway in New York, where she directed Jose Bold's Spidermann. She has taught acting at the University of Washington, Cornish College of the Arts, and Seattle Film Institute.

Montana received her BA and MFA (Master of Fine Arts) from the University of Washington Professional Actor Training Program. She is a recipient of the Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects award for a solo show she wrote and performed entitled Cancer: The Musical.

Photos (left to right) by Frank Rosenstein, Ernie Sapiro, and Chris Bennion.