Ms. Wolf’s film work includes the Oscar nominated film “Little Children” playing Jennifer Connolly’s mother directed by Todd Fields, “Roadie” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, “Can’t Dance” winner of the Founders’ Choice Award and "What’s Your Sign" directed and conceived by Jack Gindi. On Broadway Ms Wolf was seen for a moment as Mrs. Birling in An Inspector Calls director by Stephen Daldry and in The Innocents and Otherwise Engaged both directed by Harold Pinter. Off Broadway Ms Wolf was seen in Fugue at the Cherry Lane Theatre directed by Judith Ivey. In the original award winning production of Cloud Nine directed by Tommy Tune Ms. Wolf played the triple role of Ellen/Mrs. Saunders/Betty. Other Off Broadway productions include Beau Jest, The Countess and I Can’t Keep Running In Place. On Television Ms Wolf guest starred on Blue Bloods as Aunt Sophie, on The Blacklist and numerous episodes of Law and Order as well as The Jury, Sex and the City, and Cagney and Lacey. One of her favorite roles was the Angel of Death, Nurse Carol Grace, on the television show OZ. Regionally Ms. Wolf has worked at The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, ACT (Seattle), The Folger Theatre (Washington, D.C.), Philadelphia Drama Guild, Pittsburgh Public Theatre , Chautauqua Opera Theatre just to name a few. Ms. Wolf is the Founding Producing Director of The Colleagues Theatre Company whose mission is to find and create work for the seasoned professional artists over a certain age. The New York Times hailed the Colleagues Theatre company as “admirable and valuable”. Some of the actors whom Ms. Wolf attracted to The Colleagues Theatre are; Rosemary Harris, Tammy Grimes, Kitty Carlise Hart, Phillip Bosco, Dina Merrill, Alvin Epstein, Peggy Pope, Margery Beddow, Sandy Duncan, Rita Gam, Anne Jackson, Kim Hunter, Richard Easton, Joan Copeland, Don Amendolia and the list goes on.