Maxine Eloi is a classically trained actor with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Boston University. She grew up moving from the East Coast to the Pacific Northwest and back. Both her parents originate from the beautiful island of Haiti, and Maxine is a first-generation American.
Maxine has always been a hard worker and a dreamer. Part of pursuing her dreams has been and is through rigorous pursuit of education. By means of her undergraduate program at Boston University, she also had the opportunity to study at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts. Since graduating, she has been working in film, television and theatre. Her recent credits include Lady Anne in Richard III, Rina in “Sunday Fun Day” and Eve Scott in “Aghast”. She recently was a guest on the popular NPR show, The State of Things, hosted by Frank Stasio. Maxine is also a passionate filmmaker, directing and producing projects as a partner at MiRu Productions—a film and media company. When she is not creating films or acting, she spends her time hula hoop performing, painting and serving on the board of the Women’s Theatre Festival of North Carolina.