Tony Award winner Judith Light, who most recently appeared on Broadway in Thérèse Raquin, posed for The Creative Faces Project, an evolving portrait series photographed and curated by Jason Zeren, and we have an exclusive look at her sexy and sleek photo shoot.
"I am a huge fan of Judith Light," said photographer Zeren. "I have wanted Judith to be a part of The Creative Faces Project since its conception in 2013, and it wasn't until recently that everything came into place. I remember seeing her in her Tony Award-winning performance as Silda Grauman in Other Desert Cities and falling in love with her rawness, flamboyancy and talent as a character actor. In New York, we have the brilliant opportunity to experience known actors in a totally different artistic capacity than anywhere else in the country thanks to the theater. Each time I have had the opportunity to watch Judith on stage, she has blown me away. She is in this fantastic time in her life and career where she is able to enter into these wonderful character roles and thrive. Just look at her recent work in Thérèse Raquin and 'Transparent'! Furthermore, her LGBT advocacy and commitment to Equity Fights AIDS is something that I deeply admire. I am truly thrilled and honored to have her featured in The Creative Faces Project."
Along with Zeren's creative and artistic portraits, his subjects also share a bit about themselves in a short Q&A.
According to Light, the best advice she was ever given was, "Make your life about being of service to those close to you and to the world."
Light is a two-time Tony Award winner for her performances in The Assembled Parties and Other Desert Cities; she was Tony-nominated for Lombardi. Click here to read about her favorite theatrical experiences as an audience member.