Bevin Hamilton

Bevin Hamilton is a native of Kansas. Known for her roles in Tim Timebomb’s RockNRoll Theatre, Private Practice, and Confessions of A Teenage Jesus Jerk. She grew up in a family without any showbiz connections, yet always knew she wanted to perform. Her first love was ballet, but by age 7 she had landed her first theatrical role in “Singing In The Rain”. Bevin continued to perform in theatre productions throughout her collegiate career. An accomplished singer, she has performed in many musicals and can sing in three languages. After making the move to Los Angeles, she auditioned and got her first gig. The role of Koda in the unscripted, musically driven Indie flick “Dying Days”. The movie shoot inspired her to begin to write original songs, some of which ended up in the final cut of the film. In 2018 she made her directorial debut with the short film “Incall” In which she was a writer, director and producer. She recently released her second solo album entitled “Mirrors and Echoes”

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