Marilee Talkington

Marilee Talkington is an award winning actor, writer, director and creator of new work. She has an M.F.A. in Acting from the prestigious American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) and has been working professionally in theater for over 2 decades. Her original stage works have been seen all over the U.S. and internationally and her solo show TRUCE ran on the BBC in 2011. Her breakout TV role was as Annie Barth on “NCIS” 350th anniversary episode. In the past decade and a half she has originated over 80 characters including lead roles at Tony Award Winning theaters in world premieres by Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket) and Lauren Gunderson (most produced playwright in the US, 2017). Marilee has gained a reputation for her uncanny transformational ability as well as her deep emotionally nuanced approach to each character. She is currently developing her first TV pilot and has been an activist and advocate for Performers with Disabilities for more than twenty years. She also played competitive basketball in her youth and was a California State Regional All-Star. She played point-guard.

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