Cheryl McQueen studied at Michael Howard Studios’ Conservatory program in NYC. After landing a few jobs in NYC (My Dirty Little Secret, School Spirits) she moved to LA to further pursue her career. She quickly landed commercial jobs (L'Oreal, Lasik, Aston Martin, Clairol) and has been honing her athletic abilities in a variety of ways, including training at the Academy of Theatrical Combat for stunts, and stage combat (hand-to-hand, broad sword, cutlass and quarter staff). After appearing in a number of Indie films (Tubby Hook, Four Latinas, Papercut, Iris, etc), Cheryl took home the Best Actress award at the Indie Chicks Film Festival 2017 for her role in Iris, which she also wrote and produced.
Mike Williams of Cylence Media Management has been her manager for 4 years.
Cheryl has been improvising at Second City Hollywood for two years. She completed all Improv training levels before being accepted into their Conservatory program, which she completed in early 2018. Immediately thereafter, Cheryl auditioned for and was accepted into the Second City Grad Revue program where she wrote and starred in a main stage show Jumping to Collusions, directed by the legendary Ron West. In the fall of 2018, she was cast as a writer and actor in a sketch show at Second City titled Revelation, Revolution. Cheryl also writes and performs for a monthly sketch show at the Pack Theater called Tales of the Laugh Dimension.
Cheryl began writing screenplays in 2015. One of her first projects, Iris, (Best Picture, Indie Chicks 2017) was produced under her own company, McQueen Productions. Iris received festival recognition for its story of a strong, smart and compelling female lead. The film won 6 awards at the Indie Chicks Film Festival 2017, a Platinum Remi Award at Worldfest Houston, and has screened at festivals around the US. McQueen Productions is currently producing a web series called Shrimp set in Los Angeles as well as youtube videos for the channel: Cher and Sar.