Lorenzo Landini is an actor, songwriter, teaching artist, and writer thrilled to be based in New York City. As an actor, he has worked regionally on stages across 6 states and counting, performed in 13 Shakespeare productions, and appeared on television and in a feature film. He attended The Old Globe and University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Theatre Program for his MFA in Acting, and teaches in public school across the five boroughs with Epic Theatre Ensemble and CUNY’s Creative Arts Team.
Recent New York City credits include El Corrido de California (Roundabout), Twelfth Night (Drilling Company), Measure for Measure (Red Caravan), The Miser (Alice Reagan, Brave New World Rep), GUNS: An Oratorio (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar, Liz Swados), as well as regular collaborative devising work with Epic Theatre Ensemble.
As a songwriter, he performs as a solo folk-rock act under the tongue-in-cheek moniker of “the amazing Lorenzo Landini.” You can check out his musical releases and upcoming shows here. He also publishes a subscribers-only cocktail journal called “drinking for artists“
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. He likes cats, cooking, baseball, and long bike rides across New York City.