Lin Laurin


’m in the early stages of pre-production for my new short film Doll Parts. I will direct the film and I will also play the lead role, Thale. Like its Facebook page to stay up to date.


his January I went to Sundance and Slamdance for the first time. I reviewed films together with Amanda Lippert and Michaelangelo DeSerio for the We Make Movies website when I was there. Check it out when you have a second.


’m Cali based since October 2015! I live in Venice, CA, but I’m still available for work in both New York and Sweden, and of course L.A. I’m also happy to work anywhere else for that matter if it’s an amazing project.


y work partner Leah Bachar and I will be featured in the February issue of Chance Magazine. We were interviewed about our project, Burning The Living, which was a week-long-theatre-festival we produced together with other Living Theatre members in Black Rock City this year. Keep your eyes open; I think this article will be fabulous.


recently got to work with the talented writer/director Andre Kuenzy in his original web series Tim & Leon, which is based on a French comic strip that he also wrote. I played the female lead role, Pauline, in the show and traveled to Malmö, my hometown in Sweden, as well as to Switzerland to shoot this. Now these colorful webisodes are on Le Temp's website (the biggest French newspaper in Switzerland). There are 60 lovely episodes and I'm in 25 of them! Check them out when you have a second!


have new headshots! You can view some of them on my gallery page.


erf Productions recently launched a new event series called Spectral Society. These events combine immersive performance, music, and design. It's a new and truly wonderful way to party. I'm one of the main curaters and designers of the events, and I also perform at most of them. Like us on Facebook to stay up to date.


just uploaded a few new videos on my Vimeo page. Visit the page when you have time. I'm pretty proud of the projects I've been working on lately, and would love it if you took a look.