Born in the Chicago suburb of Riverside, IL, Sinclaire has lived and worked in Florida, Los Angeles and most recently, New York City. She graduated from Stanford University Online High School in 2016 and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD in 2019 with a BA in Psychological and Brain Sciences and a minor in Theatre Arts. Her father Raymond is an Architect/Designer, mother Karla, an Audiologist, and younger brother Hank, an NCAA D1 golfer for St Francis College in Brooklyn, NY.
Sinclaire began her acting career by performing Shakespeare at the age of 8 on the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre stage, where she performed as a member of their competitive “Young Company” for many years. In Los Angeles, she appeared as principle, Lilah Cross, in Rick Bieber’s (Producer of ‘Flatliners’) 2017 feature film, ‘Don’t Sleep’. While at Johns Hopkins, she studied under renowned actor, John Astin, for three years and starred in several plays at the John Astin Theatre in the historic Merrick Barn, Baltimore, MD. Sinclaire equally embraces the challenge of working in both Film and Theatre.