Connie Lamothe is an award winning filmmaker, director, producer, screenwriter, and actress. Her career has garnished her many awards from New York to Washington, D.C. Her productions have earned her awards as Best Family Short, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actress, and Best in Sound. Most recently, she won a Silver Award Best Actress at the Chautauqua, New York International Film Festival, 2017. And just this month, her short film That Moment When 2020, was a winning film at the From a Distant Film Festival.
While Connie’s resume spans more then 20 years, her most recent film projects include her roles as Georgia Lamb in One- Eyed Horse Productions, Day of the Gun, Rump Roast Productions, Spent, as Evelyn Schumacher and Mrs. Smith in Noor Naghmi’s, documentary and
2018 Academy Award Qualifier, Angel’s Within” which Connie co-directed. Connie is excited to begin production of The Driver.
Connie Lamothe owns her own company, CCLTalent Management where she works as a Talent Manager, a private acting coach and judge for pageants and talent contests, an emcee, etc. Connie resides in Charleston, SC with her husband and two dogs. She has 4 grown children and 3 precious little grandchildren.