Summer Moore, a Colorado native, lived in several states, which gave her life experiences to draw upon for acting and writing screenplays. She began acting at a very young age, performing in theater productions in Colorado, Alabama, and Hollywood.
Following graduation in southern California, she landed roles in film, television, theatre, and internet. Some of her credits include on The Doctors, Banzai, The Andy Dick Show, Catch Me if You Can, Just Married, 24, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Her acting abilities cover a wide range of characters, from serial killer to comedic leading lady.
She is involved as Host and Spokesmodel for a non-profit organization, "Captive Daughters," to help end sex-trafficking. She has made numerous appearances on their web series, and continuing work as a spokesmodel, she launched the U.S. introduction of a beauty line, "La Rochelle, Paris."
As a writer, besides having a non-fiction book accepted for publication, she has a wide assortment of screenplays to her credit, including comedy, drama, horror, and thrillers. She produced a comedic webseries, "Peace and Quiet," which she also wrote and starred in. Realizing she had a knack for producing, she produced a feature that she wrote, "The Warning," a horror film, due to be released soon on VOD and DVD.