Lorenzo Landini is an actor, singer, and writer thrilled to be based in New York City. He has worked regionally at The Old Globe, Ivoryton Playhouse, and Phoenix Theatre Company in Philadelphia, appeared on television and a feature film, and worked with numerous theatre companies in NYC.
He attended The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program for his MFA in Acting. Some of his favorite roles in graduate school have included playing Ajax in AJAX (Ray Chambers), Malcolm in Macbeth (Brian Kulick), Barnardo and Fortinbras in Hamlet (Barry Edelstein), and Launce in Two Gentlemen of Verona (Richard Seer).
New York City performance exploits before leaving town for his MFA included When I Have Cancer in 30 Years (an original one act written and performed by Landini, directed by Alex Hare), The Miser (Brave New World Rep), GUNS: An Oratorio (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar, Liz Swados), and A View From the Bridge (Rodolpho, The Secret Theatre). All credits are Off-off Broadway.
Favorite undergraduate student roles include The Winter’s Tale (Leontes) and Dog Sees God (Van). He was a member of the Powerhouse Apprentice Company (2012) and also attended the British American Drama Academy in the Fall of 2011.
Lorenzo is an Italian-born and fluently English and Italian speaking performer who moved to the US when very young. He graduated from Columbia University with a B.A. in Drama and Theatre Arts in 2013. He likes cats, cocktails, and European football.