Penny Templeton's artistry is the culmination of four generations of theater actresses. Although she was warned by her family not to go on the stage, she embraced her legacy and began performing and studying under such masters as Paul Sorvino and Wynn Handman. Highlights of her career include starring in Joyce Carol Oates's I Stand Before You Naked at the American Place Theatre, and as Paul Sorvino's wife in All The King's Men. Her unique coaching methods and techniques have garnered attention and recognition from industry peers. She has been a finalist Judge for the NY Film Festival, Daytime Emmys, and CableAce Awards. She taught Acting for the Camera for the MFA program at Columbia University. She is featured in Ronald Rand's Acting Teachers of America. She works with actors on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in feature films, and in primetime and daytime television.