Jill Brennan-Lincoln is the coordinator for the BFA in Acting for the Stage and Screen in the Department of Theater, Film, and Television at Azusa Pacific. She instructs acting classes, on-camera acting classes, and directs play productions as well as the Senior Hollywood Industry Showcase.
During the last 20 years, Brennan-Lincoln has worked professionally in regional theater, Broadway, film, and television. Her theater productions include: Moon Over Buffalo (Arena Theatre and Cleveland Playhouse), Taming Of The Shrew (Alley Theatre), Breaking Legs (Jupiter Theatre), Slyfox (Bristol Riverside Theatre), A View From The Bridge (Alley Theatre), Steele Magnolias (Alley Theater), Psychopathia Sexuality (Manhattan Theatre Club), and Leaving Iowa (Laguna Playhouse).
Film and TV: If These Walls Could Talk 2 (HBO), When Billy Beat Bobby (ABC), Drew Carey Show (ABC), Judging Amy (ABC), and the recurring role Crazy Carrie on Gilmore Girls (WB). Most recently Brennan-Lincoln played the recurring roles of Gracie Jane on Boston Legal (ABC) and Tish Atherton on Desperate Housewives (ABC). In addition, she co-founded and acted as artistic director of the Brennan/Gould Acting Studio in Los Angeles.
M.A. – California State University, Los Angeles
BFA – Southern Methodist University
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Theater, Film, and Television
- Acting Techniques
- Audition Techniques
- On Camera Acting
Courses TaughtTFT 113
– Acting FundamentalsTFT 216
– Performance and ProductionTFT 413
– Advanced ActingTFT 491
– Classroom Practicum
Industry ExperienceIf These Walls Could Talk 2
, HBOGilmore Girls
, WBDrew Carey Show
, ABCBreaking Legs
, Jupiter Theatre A View From the Bridge
, Alley TheatreView All Professional Experience
Office LocationTheater Arts office