This summer, Miriam A. Hyman will make her Classical Theatre of Harlem debut as the lead D’Artagnan in The Three Musketeers directed by Jenny Bennet. The production runs July 7-30th at 8pm at the Marcus Garvey Park. Tixs: Free
“Mexican Born” video performed by Lupita Nyong’o and written by Robyn Hood/Miriam A. Hyman
Posthumous in Cymbeline at Yale Repertory Theatre.
Hyman most recently made her main stage debut as Posthumous in William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline at Yale Repertory where she received her MFA in acting from her Yale School of Drama. Cymbeline is directed by Obie and Princess Grace winner Evan Yionoulis.
The kinetic Ms. Hyman gives Posthumus a surprising and personalized definition of her own…
The NY Times
Miriam is currently the recurring medical examiner Emile Cooper on CBS’ Blue Bloods. Hyman has recently been featured in the new seasons of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Master of None. She will soon appear in the new season of Bravo’s Odd Mom Out. She’s also made appearances on Red Oaks, Falling Water, Unforgettable, The Blacklist, Hostages, 30 Rock, Law & Order, The Wire and Conviction.
Hyman is featured in the 2017 SXSW “Grand Jury Prize” winning film Most Beautiful Island written and directed by Ana Asensio. Hyman plays Bikie, a Senegalese french speaking model who bonds with Luciana (Asensio) and encourages her on her journey. The film will have a fall release in cinemas and premiers June 21st BAM.
Split, a 2017 release written and directed by Deborah Kampmeier is the surreal and epic journey a young woman takes to claim her own darkness and sexuality so she can stop putting it into the hands of her abusive lover. When Inanna, a young actress, becomes obsessed with a mask maker, she sacrifices parts of her life in order to win his love. Hyman plays Jill/Ninshubur, another young actress who accompanies Inanna on her mythical plight.
The Congressman, a 2016 cinema release written by Robert J. Mrazek and directed by Jared Martin features Elizabeth Marvel, Ryan Merriman, Jayne Atkinson, Marshall Bell and Hyman as Abigail Grant, the no-nonsense office manager to politician Charlie Winship played by lead actor Treat Williams.
Currently in Audiobooks/Video Games
You can listen to Miriam as she narrates the audio book Queen Sugar by the 2015 NY Times Best seller and Oprah’s Book Club author Natalie Baszile. Oprah Winfrey has produced a series based on the book on her network OWN directed by Ava Duvernay, (Selma) which began airing September 2016. Hyman is also featured in the TellTale video game The Walking Dead Michonne as the voice of Donna.
Community Outreach: Educate Through Entertainment
Recently interviewed by CBS News 2 Chicago, Miriam’s program “Education Through Entertainment” focuses on Chicago’s youth and their daily challenges.