Sandy Bainum Actor, Singer, Dancer
Critically acclaimed as a performer and producer, Sandy Bainum works in television, film and stage from Broadway and beyond. Her striking style and sophistication are matched only by her humor and love of storytelling.
She is a talented creative collaborator, willingly establishing instant rapport and flexibility with directors, producers, writers, to interpret and deliver the unanimously desired result...with a wink and a generous smile.
In a review of her hit one woman show, Ever Blondeward, BroadwayWorld's Don Grigware proclaims "... she is not only beautiful but a glorious singer and raconteur. Sandy Bainum proved once again that she can do it all."
Winner, Best Actress/Gold
Winners, Best Actors in a Short
Winner, Best Cast
Winner, Best CD, Simply
Winner, Lead Actress in a Musical
Nom., Best Ensemble Cast
The 12 Days of Christmas Eve
"The story of Brian Conway (Grammer), a successful businessman whose relationships with those around him have really suffered. For Brian, these twelve days are a journey of self-realization about life, love and happiness as he attempts to right the wrongs of his life in pursuit of the Christmas spirit."
Stewart & Sandy Bainum Attend the White House State Dinner
Recent Clips of Television, Film & Theater
Recent Events in Theater & Cabaret
“Calloway was hired by a hot woman…scratch that…a beautiful dame (played by Sandy Bainum)…The acting is great from both Steve Blackwood and Sandy Bainum. Its dialogue heavy, and each are up to the challenge, and not afraid to have fun with their parts. Both characters are well-developed. Considering that the movie is only twenty minutes long, it’s a testament to the way they are each played. I liked them both.”
“Private is anchored by two excellent performances that help make their characters more than a stereotypical femme fatal and boozy gumshoe…Sally Danforth (Sandy Bainum, There’s a Special Place in Hell For Fashion Bloggers, Friendly Neighborhood Coven) a chorus girl who married money hired him to find her missing husband.”
“…intrigue and surprises expertly provided by Blackwood and his equally seductive costar, the stunning Sandy Bainum, one of Hollywood’s best-kept secrets.”
“Both Blackwood and Bainum are clearly enjoying their work here and they enjoy a terrific chemistry with one another.”
“Furthermore, the performances are pitch perfect. Blackwood, Bainum and Schochet are excellent in their respective turns.”
“Kudos to the ladies in the production – Adrienne Visnic and Sandy Bainum – who do a splendid and heart-felt job of walking through the minefield that is death, pain, mourning, and adjustment.”
“Leading the musical comedy at Riverside is Sandy Bainum and she is the picture of glamor, grace, charm and offers a vivacious portrayal of everyone’s favorite aunt. Bainum has the elegance, beauty and winning vocal power to enchant the full houses that seem to be the fate of this production. The comic turns are in good hands with Bainum but she handles the music like a Broadway star. Whether she is warbling “Open a New Window” to her new-found nephew or delivering her 11 o’clock number “If He Walked into My Life,” Bainum makes Mame’s songs her own.”
“There is not one track on the album that is not brilliantly sung and perfectly and uniquely arranged. Rodgers & Hart’s “Where or When” is dressed in a great, fresh tempo – delightful. Sandy’s version of “A Cockeyed Optimist makes you long to see her as Nellie Forbush. “Goodnight My Someone” as well, conjuring up a vision of her in a “Music Man” revival. The Helen Reddy 70s hit “You and Me Against the World” is lusciously revived. The Fields and Schwartz classic “Make the Man Love Me” becomes something new thanks to Sandy Bainum’s reading and a sparkling arrangement.”
“But its Sandy Bainum, Donna Migliaccio and Tracy Lynn Olivera as the trio of strippers who long ago should have hung up their G-strings that stop the show with an uproarious rendition of “You Gotta Get a Gimmick.””