Some of Kendall's favorite credits include Charlotte Schoen in LETTICE AND LOVAGE for The Peter Shaffer Broadway Memorial produced by The Fundamental Theatre Project, sponsored by Alec and Hilaria Baldwin; Queen Katherine of Aragon in William Shakespeare's History Play HENRY VIII in which she was nominated by Broadway World for Best Actress in a non-union play; the powerful Paulina in William Shakespeare's THE WINTER'S TALE; and the caring sister to Anton Chekhov, Masha Chekhov in CHEKHOV IN YALTA.
Kendall studied at The University of Central Oklahoma majoring in Theatre Arts Education before moving to Los Angeles where she graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Between her move from LA to New York City, Kendall appeared on multiple Oklahoma stages as well as serving as the Dialect coach for her productions. Some favorites include: Incorruptible (Marie), Cards on the Table (Rhoda), The Octette Bridge Club (Betsy), and Suburbia (Bee-Bee).
Arriving just before dawn into New York City's Penn Station after a 3 day Amtrak train trip with lost luggage seemed an appropriate greeting to the newest actor in town. It didn't take long to realize that planting her artistic roots in NY was the best choice for her as she relished in all the opportunities the city offered to her growth as a young actor. She trained on the complex circus apparatus of silks giving her a different perspective of physical dynamics she now applies to her roles. Her work as a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Nursing Assistant also gives her useful insight to physically molding her characters. Her acting coach and mentor, David L. Epstein, founder of ActorClass describes her as "a strong, soulful, character actress" and continues to challenge her in scene study intensives.
Kendall is the youngest of five siblings, born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is a proudly mixed woman as half Mexican and half Scottish/English. She is incredibly grateful her family dynamic also immersed her within the Oklahoma Native American culture thanks to her Step-Mother and siblings that are of the Cherokee Nation. Theatre, music and dance were a constant in the family home and her theatrical debut came at the young age of 4 years old at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, where she tapped and twirled until she was escorted off stage. Kendall resides in the beautiful Hudson Valley with her adopted pup, George.