Moira Driscoll, editorial portrait photographed for Maine Women Magazine

Maine’s Leading Lady

How Moira Driscoll left New York but held onto her acting career

For an actress who left a thriving New York City career to raise a family in Maine 15 years ago, this double shift of wall-to-wall acting was about as good as it gets. She’s traditionally commuted for roles, nipping down to Massachusetts for parts in the Oscar-winning Spotlight and HBO’s adaptation of Olive Kittredge or taking a combination of Concord Coach and the Fung Wah buses to get to New York for voiceover work or Law & Order auditions. But this winter Driscoll hit a sweet spot in the Maine acting world; being busy in her hometown. Read the full story by Mary Pols here