Heather Gordon is a Bay Area native who has been acting professionally in theater since she was 11. She recently received her Masters degree in Acting at the American Repertory Theater/MXAT Institute at Harvard University. She has performed in several major productions at such theaters as the world-renowned Moscow Art Theatre.

Heather is currently performing in the professional production of "The Donkey Show" directed by Tony Award winner ("Hair", 2009) Diane Paulus at the American Repertory Theatre. She recently performed at the annual gala for Washington's prestigious Shakespeare Theatre Co., highlighted by the honoring of Sir Ian Mckellen. Heather has also performed at The Magic Theater, The Thick House, and Shelton Theater in San Francisco, Marin Theatre Co., Marin Classic Theater, and Theatre on San Pedro Square in San Jose, to name a few. Heather toured California for over a year as the lead in Secrets with Kaiser Permanente Educational Theater Programs. Past roles include Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday, Viola in Twelfth Night, Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Abigail Williams in The Crucible. Heather has done several voice overs and print ads, as well as Nintendo Wii, Volvo, Clinique, AT&T, and Slingbox commercials. She also was a Top 8 finalist for Miss California for the Miss America organization.

In January/February 2009, Heather was fortunate enough to appear in the West Coast premiere of the theater production of The Scene at San Francisco's SF Playhouse in the role of Clea. That is the play that was eventually adapted into the film Seducing Charlie Barker in which Heather was invited to reprise her role.