New York improviser: Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand

Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand

Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand is dedicated to entertaining you at all costs. She was born in North Carolina and raised in Georgia, but don't worry, she has all her teeth. She moved to New York City six years ago. Lindsay is now a SAG Actress, an award-winning writer, currently in the Advanced Study Program at Upright Citizens Brigade. She received a BFA in Performance from Columbus State University in 2009, and has been on a roll ever since. Past favorite teachers here in NYC include Suzanne Esper at William Esper Studio, Backstage's Best Vocal Coach Page Clements, Vogue Talent Scout James Pentaudi, and "Acting Coach to the Stars" Alan Savage.

Lindsay created Edge In Motion, her own Production Company, in 2011, and from that point, producing and acting have become her only jobs. This year has been especially lucky because she had the opportunity to pitch two TV Pilots (Awful Terrible Lizards and 20-Something) to keep your freakin' fingers crossed for her. Because of her recent work on screen and behind the scenes, Lindsay has caught the eye of several publications including A.V. Club & Flavorwire for her original comedy series Cruel Children, NYCastings on "How to Book Repeat Biz" and a featured article in Theater Geek. Check out these and several others at the links below.

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