Muriel Minot's stage debut was at age 10 in Garcia Lorca's "Blood Wedding" with Olympia Dukakis at Boston's Charles Street Playhouse. A graduate of Oberlin College Conservatory with a B.Mus. in Voice Performance, she appeared at Cleveland's Hanna Theatre in a split week of Gilbert & Sullivan's "HMS Pinafore" & "The Mikado" with Martyn Green's G&S Co., followed by a tour, playing such theatres as: Goodspeed Opera House; Westport Country Playhouse; Tappan Zee Playhouse, etc. She moved to NYC in 1966 and met her actor/husband Terrence Beasor in March of 1968 doing back-to-back shows at Equity Library Theatre (she in "Redhead", he in "Enemy of the People"). They moved to LA in 1976 to pursue TV/Film/commercials, and built solid resumes, becoming vested in SAG & AFTRA. In addition, Muriel taught singing, privately, for 40 years. She was also the Owner/Producer for Mysteries en Brochette for 13 years (1997-2010), a "musical" Interactive Mystery/Dinner Theatre Co. based in Marina del Rey. In 2012 Muriel returned to studying classical singing with Armen Guzelimian, an internationally renowned Opera coach and accompanist, and in March 2015 gave a solo Operatic concert in LA, with Armen at the piano. They then did a recital at the Santa Monica Library Auditorium in September 2017. She and Terrence Beasor, have been married since December 1968, which mean they have just celebrated their GOLDEN wedding anniversary. They feel so very lucky to be healthy and continuing their work as actors and living on the beach in Santa Monica.