Lenne is a classically-trained actor who works all over the US. She grew up in San Francisco and found her way to Seattle where she received her MFA in Acting at UW.
Upcoming: Kris in Will Eno's The Underlying Chris at Second Stage off-Broadway in NYC, directed by Kenny Leon. Most recent credits: Dawn on Broadway (and originated the role) for the 1st National Tour of the hit musical Waitress and played Hamlet in both Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Other credits include: Fingersmith at A.R.T. directed by Bill Rauch, To Kill a Mockingbird at St. Louis Rep, Ophelia in Hamlet (for which she also composed original music in collaboration with John Glover), Tartuffe at Shakespeare Theatre DC, Berkeley Rep (nominated for 2015 Theatre Bay Area Award - Best Ensemble & Best Production), and South Coast Repertory (Stage Scene LA Award - Best Ensemble), Appoggiatura and Juliet in Romeo & Juliet at Denver Center Theatre Company, Sylvia in Sarah Rasmussen’s all-female Two Gentlemen Of Verona at the Jungle Theatre, Capital Stage (playing Anna in Anna Karenina to much acclaim), Elinor in Sense and Sensibility at Sacramento Theatre Company, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Intiman Theatre, A Noise Within (Stage Scene LA Award for Best Supporting Actress in Richard III, Ovation Award nominee– Best Production for The Rehearsal), and Theatre Movement Bazaar (Ovation Award nominee – Best Ensemble for Model Behavior). She worked with her mentors from UW, Robyn Hunt and Steve Pearson, on Flight where she built a plane, climbed ropes, and did a trapeze number.
Her film/TV credits include "Chicago Med", “Cold Case”, “TWENTIES” (from Lena Waithe and the creators of Dear White People), Love: As You Like It (Official Selection of West Palm Beach & Seattle True Independent Film Festivals), The Exchange (Official Selection of East Oregon, Tacoma, Carmel, & Gold Coast Film Festivals), Shawn Telford’s A Night in the Sunlight (Official Selection of Washougal International, 1-Reel, Rawstock & Schweitzer Lakedance Film Festivals), and various 5 Second Films which have repeatedly been featured on the front page of Funny or Die. She starred in “Welcome to Sanditon,” the “Lizzie Bennett Diaries” spin-off created by the two-time Emmy winning team Pemberley Digital, which was a 2014 IAWTV Awards nominee for Best Interactive Series, and was featured in “O” magazine.
Lenne is also a singer and songwriter and her debut album, The Heart is the Hunter, is currently available on iTunes and CDBaby. Check out her music page for more information and to preview the album!