Aspen K Somers is a passionate child actress with credits in film, theatre, commercials, and voice over. She began acting at age seven with her breakout role of Earth Mouse in "Mice From Outer Space," and decided she wanted to pursue acting professionally three years later after she and her sister were cast as the daughter of Dr.Jekyll/Mr.Hyde in a regional Halloween production. Aspen's first on-screen role was a dayplayer in the satire "Goldmen," but she primarily performed in theatre until she began studying at the Colorado School of Acting and fell in love with film acting. Since then, Aspen has worked on around twenty films, most recently the upcoming feature "Coronavirus," the Cinefest Best Picture nominee "Skin Deep," and the current pilot of "Jetsetters." She has also worked on commercials for brands such as Boost Mobile and Denver International Airport, and has continued working in theatre with roles such as Beth Anne Cole in the world-premiere production of "A Day Not Forgotten" and Hallie in BDT Stage's "The Robbers". Aspen currently works as an actor for crisis intervention training services, playing characters ranging from manic to autistic. Aspen enjoys improv and has performed at theatres such as the Avenue and the Bovine Metropolis, and has also dipped her toes in writing and directing, most notably with her 2019 play "LETTERS," which earned seven Broadway World Regional Award nominations, including one for Aspen as Best Director. For booking inquiries, please click the CONTACT button below.