Born in Juliette, Georgia, and raised in Macon, Lisa Sheridan spent most of her childhood running around in the woods - until she did her first play at the age of 11. She studied drama in the Conservatory program at Carnegie Mellon University, where she graduated with honors and won the Thomas Auclair Memorial Scholarship Award for most promising student actor.
Sheridan studied in Moscow and performed in Fringe theatre in London before relocating to Los Angeles and scoring a series regular role in "Legacy." She was also a regular in the series "Freaky Links," and made guest appearances on "CSI," "Monk," "Las Vegas," "The Practice," "Diagnosis Murder" and "Any Day Now."
She stars in the upcoming independent feature "McCartney's Genes." Other feature work includes "Caroline," "Beat," "Two Women Named Nina" and the short film "Pirates," directed by Eric McCormack. She also starred in the Off-Broadway production of "Yard Bird."
Sheridan lives in Los Angeles with her dog, Little Bert.