A podcast series where we reflect on shows past

with the artists that helped bring them to life.

Episode 2

Faline England

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Faline England has worked as an actress in film, television, and theatre since 1997. ​Faline recently finished a run alongside Emmy Award-winner Joe Spano in Simon Stephen’s Heisenberg at Rubicon Theatre Company and Laguna Playhouse. The production was widely acclaimed and received a Critic’s Choice in the L.A. Times. Faline garnered Los Angeles Stage Alliance Ovation Nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her roles as Treva in Gulf View Drive and Ann in All My Sons, both at Rubicon. Her work as The Governess in the Rubicon’s staging of the two-person play The Turn of the Screw was recognized when the play was nominated for an Ovation for Best Production of a Play, Larger Theatre. Faline is also the recipient of five Santa Barbara Independent Theatre Awards for her performances as Viola in Twelfth Night, Roxie in Chicago, Angellica in The Rover, Meg in the Rubicon’s Crimes of the Heart, and for Flayjennnie Eroticus – a two-person show she also co-wrote, produced, and in which she starred. Another favorite stage credit is Carry The World: Women and Peace created and directed by Diana Castle.

​Faline’s on-camera credits include recurring roles on “9-1-1,” “Station 19,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Mentalist,” “Nip/Tuck,” “Medium,” “C.S.I.,” “Without a Trace,” “The Least of These” (with Isaiah Washington), “Midnight Clear” (with Stephen Baldwin), and “Chasing October” – a film she also co-produced featuring Dennis Franz and Gary Sinise.

Faline has taught acting as "the art of the empathetic imagination" at Diana Castle’s The Imagined Life for a decade.



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