Rob Lecrone

Rob Lecrone


Los Angeles, California

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February 2015
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About Rob

Rob Lecrone is a former Alaskan who has been living in Los Angeles since 2012.

In Los Angeles, Lecrone is a member of Sacred Fools Theatre Company where he has appeared in Arthur M. Jolly’s A Gulag Mouse, as well as in numerous roles and episodes of the weekly wonder that is Serial Killers, Sacred Fools’ competitive episodic late-night theatre. Sacred Fools also selected his five-page script, “Two Visits”, for inclusion in their experimental theatre piece, The Box: Los Angeles. As a volunteer through Laughter for a Change, he is a member of an improv group that performs once-a-month for patients and parents at Childrens Hospital LA.

Lecrone has studied extensively at the Howard Fine Acting Studio in LA, with both Howard Fine and Laura Gardner. He is a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade and looks forward to training more there. He has also completed a course in Hagen Teacher Training at HB Studio in New York. He is pleased to be able to occasionally visit Alaska to teach, and has taught through TBA Summer Academy, the Anchorage Community Theatre, and, most recently, Midnight Sun Performing Arts. He has also taught drama as a substitute in the Anchorage School District.

His Anchorage acting career began in the late nineties, though he started as a writer, presenting his short stories in two solo shows at Cyrano's Playhouse in 1994 and 1995. You can find one of those stories, “The Headed and the Gutted,” in North of Eden: An Anthology of Alaskan Writings. In 1998 he got his first paycheck as an actor while appearing as Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest. He has many Alaskan credits and also appeared for a year and a half as the male lead in The Whale Fat Follies, where he had numerous quick changes and sang and danced as a baker’s dozen of characters, including a vegetarian wolf, Elvis, Richard Simmons, a Brokeback Pirate, and many others.

Rob will begin an MFA program in Acting at Cal State LA in the Fall of 2017.


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