Tanya Selvaratnam is a writer, actor, film producer and activist based in New York. She was a member of the Institute on Arts & Civic Dialogue under the directorship of Anna Deavere Smith, and since 1996, she has been an associate of The Wooster Group. Most recently, she appeared in The Builders Association/moti roti’s production of ALLADEEN, The Wooster Group’s production of House/Lights, her own production Remind Me at the Lincoln Center Festival in 2004, and Jennifer Reeves’ film, Shadows Choose Their Horrors at the New York Film Festival in 2005. In addition to her ongoing collaborations, she has been in numerous shows/readings at New Dramatists, La Mama, Soho Rep, Conway/Pratt Projects, and Lincoln Center Directors Lab among others, and has worked with many directors including Fiona Templeton, Brian Mertes, Loy Arcenas, Tina Landau and Liz Diamond. She has produced four films, including On_Line (which premiered at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals, 2002) and The F Word (which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, 2005). As an activist, Tanya has worked with the United Nations, the Ms. Foundation, the Third Wave, Groundswell, the World Health Organization, and Artists for Tsunami Relief. Currently, she is producing the film Rendition for writer/director Eric McGinty and is writing a solo show Quantum Theory Mata Hari and a novel Paradise-oxical about her native Sri Lanka.

In SUPER VISION, Tanya plays Jen and The Voice of Claritas (TM).