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BIOGRAPHY

Faline England is a renowned stage and screen actor, known for her dynamic performancesthroughout the globe. She recently finished a transcontinental production of Will Eno’s The Realistic Joneses, playing the role of Pony alongside world-renowned interpreter of all things Beckett Conor Lovett and Emmy Award-winner Joe Spano. The run began with Gare St. Lazare Ireland at the Dublin Theatre Festival, where the performances received a nomination for Best Ensemble from The Irish Times Theatre Awards. It then went on to its southern California premiere at Rubicon Theatre and then to the Laguna Playhouse in Orange County. Faline has received multiple Independent Theatre and Los Angeles Stage Alliance Ovation Awards for her performances in dozens of productions spanning the past two decades. She was last seen pre-pandemic as Georgie Burns in the Laguna Playhouse/Rubicon Theatre Company’s co-production of Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg opposite Joe Spano, for which she received the LA Times OC Best Actress Award. She also appeared with Rubicon Theatre Company as Meg in Crimes of the Heart, Ann in All My Sons, and in their productions of Gulf View Drive and Turn of the Screw.


Other regional credits include Julius Caesar and Twelfth Night with Shakespeare Center L.A.; Roxie in Chicago, Angelica in The Rover, and The Three Sisters, Carry the World: Women and Peace with Creative Visions, Playboy of the Western World, The Changeling, The Tavern, Heartbreak House, and The Tempest with the Theatre Artist’s Group; an original telling of Finnegan’s Wake with Santa Barbara Dance Theatre; Purge! with James Donlon & Co.; and All in the Timing at Western Stage.


In addition to her extensive stage credits, Faline is also a seasoned television actor. She has appeared in a recurring role on 9-1-1, and as a guest star on Criminal Minds, The Mentalist, Nip/Tuck, Medium, Without a Trace, and The Agency. Faline has co-starred on shows such as Station 19, CSI, and Numb3rs. She has also appeared in films such as Valentine’s Day Housekeeper, The Least of These opposite Isaiah Washington, Midnight Clear opposite Stephen Baldwin, and Chasing October, which she also co-produced.


Faline lives in Los Angeles with her husband David Meunier and their black lab Lucy. When not on stage or in front of the camera, she teaches and coaches acting at Diana Castle’s The Imagined Life© Studio in Los Angeles. She received her B.F.A. in Theatre from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

FALINE ENGLAND

ACTOR

CRITICAL ACCLAIM


"...phenomenally expressive..." – Los Angeles Times


Heisenberg – "England’s phenomenally expressive Georgie is a whirlwind of self-defeating manic extremes - Grifter, lover, damsel in distress — England cycles through Georgie’s multiple facets with pinpoint precision"

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"...puts her entire heart and soul into her performance..." – Broadway World


Heisenberg – "A great part of this is the superb job turned in by England, who puts her entire heart and soul into her performance. This is borne out by the real tears she sheds when she and Spano were taking their bows after the end of the play. It's clear she goes through an emotional wringer with every performance and we can't ask more of an actor than that."

REPRESENTATIVES

FILM/TV

Heather DeAngelo


THEATRE

Aaron Sanko


ASSOCIATE

Nicole Redifer

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