Bernadette Quigley is a critically-acclaimed American actress. Her Dad was Irish and grew up in the Bronx, New York City and her Mom in Paris, France. Bernadette was raised in Peekskill, New York. She is one of eight children and the only one with the practical sense to choose the acting profession.Critics have praised Bernadette’s work as “outstanding” (John Simon, New York Magazine), “exquisite…exceedingly rich” (Dramalogue) and “powerful” (Andy Propst, TheatreMania). Jacques Le Sourd (Gannett Newspapers) described her as “a remarkable actress.” Quigley’s numerous guest-star & co-star television appearances include the recurring role of the Chaplain in Mr. Robot (Season 2),  The Blacklist, High Maintenance, PoseBullChicago Justice, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Kings, Unforgettable and films such as Jim Sheridan’s Oscar-nominated In America, Flavio Alves’  The Garden Left Behind, (world premiere at SXSW), Heidi Philipsen & Jon Russell Cring’s Darcy,  Saskia Rifkin’s Can Hitler Happen Here?, Stuart Connelly’s The Suspect, Holger Ernst’s The House Is Burning, and Barbet Shroeder’s Before and After, where Bernadette shared screen time with luminaries like Rami Malek, Meryl Streep, Daniel Craig, Mariska Hargitay, Chris Meloni, Diego Klattenhoff, Ian McShane, Paddy Considine, William Sadler, Elisabeth Rohm, Eamonn Walker and Sam Waterston, among others. Bernadette has also worked extensively in the theatre across the U.S. including a national tour of Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa, having understudied the Tony Award-winning play on Broadway.  The New York Times singled out her performance as Chris as “strikingly good…with Ms. Quigley evincing uncontainable rapture”.  Off-Broadway credits include Linda Faigao-Hall’s Dying in Boulder, directed by Ian Morgan (La Mama); Staci Swedeen’s The Goldman Projectdirected by Joe Brancato (Abingdon Theatre); Marina Carr’s Portia Coughlan (Actors Studio), God of Vengeance (Jewish Repertory) and many leading roles at the Irish Arts Center in such plays as Billy Roche’s Poor Beast in the Rain and Kenneth Branagh’s Public Enemydirected by Nye Heron. Regionally Bernadette’s leading roles have ranged from ‘Lady Bird Johnson’ in Robert Schenkkan’s All the Way, ‘Agnes’ in Tracy Letts’ Bug (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), ‘Maureen’ in The Beauty Queen of Leenane (opposite Eileen Brennan) (Virginia Stage)  to Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse) for which she received the Cincinnati Enquirer Acclaim Award for Outstanding Actress.  Bernadette has also performed at Williamstown Theatre, Bay Street Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory, Long Wharf Theatre, Capital Repertory, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, Triad Stage, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Contemporary American Theater Festival, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Penguin Repertory and many others. Quigley has narrated many audiobooks and commercial voiceovers, has read short stories for Symphony Space/PRI’s Selected Shorts broadcast alongside the late greats Isaiah Sheffer and David Rakoff, and is featured on Symphony Space’s 2010 Audie nominated A Touch of Magic CD as well as their Bloomsday on Broadway XXIV CD, which features Stephen Colbert and many other stellar performers. Bernadette’s other ongoing creative passions are for music publicity for a select number of stellar singer-songwriters (see QuigleyMedia) and when time permits during the spring and fall, is a gardener and garden designer known as The Constant Gardener.