Beth Hylton


Originally from Southwestern Virginia, Beth grew up amidst the storytelling and music traditions of the Appalachian South, where she learned to love great stories and storytelling at a very early age.

Some of Beth’s very favorite roles include Blanche in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and Sarah in TIME STANDS STILL at Everyman, Amanda in PRIVATE LIVES at Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, Bev/Kathy in CLYBOURNE PARK at Baltimore Center Stage, and Nora in A DOLL’S HOUSE at Gulfshore Playhouse.  She has also appeared in world premieres and in contemporary and classic plays at theatres including Woolly Mammoth, The Kennedy Center, Ford’s, Round House, Rep Stage and The Olney in DC, and at Weston Playhouse, The Public Theatre of Maine, Hippodrome State Theatre and PlayMakers Rep as well as at other regional theatres.  In New York she was a founding ensemble member of The Ground Floor Theatre Lab, and performed also with Gorilla Rep, at Todo Con Nada and in the NYC Fringe.

When not performing, Beth can be found cottage gardening or cooking, curling up with a good book on a rainy day, celebrating life with loved ones and the pop-fizz-whee! of a freshly opened bottle of champagne, or hiking the woods around the tiny-house cabin in the Blue Ridge which she shares (along with her DC home) with her husband and their two mastiffs Annabelle and Hank. You can follow her on Instagram at “thereluctantrosarian” and check out her tiny home adventures there via #WeeCabinVA.

She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA , and of Actor’s Equity. She is represented by Renee Glicker of About Artists Agency in New York. tel: 212.581.1857, email:

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