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Kyleigh Grimsbo(she/her) Acting

Kyleigh Grimsbo is a tenacious and dedicated actor, writer, and director. She’s originally from Duluth, Minnesota, where the theatre community helped foster her love for storytelling. She’s constantly learning more about the personal and political power of performance, and she’s grateful to follow her love for theatre arts into a career. She’s currently based in St. Louis while earning her Acting BFA at Webster University’s Sargent Conservatory of Theatre Arts, and, during her time at Webster, has played Kate in Seminar by Theresa Rebeck (Dir: Mariah Richardson) and Jesus of Nazareth/Bailiff/Matthias of Galilee in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis (Dir: Adam Flores). She also played A/Dawn/Maxine as well as having written work accepted for Webster’s curation of short, original performance texts, titled Student Voices (Dir: Kathryn Bentley). Kyleigh has also worked with the Repertory Theatre of St Louis in an ensemble/understudy role for Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express (Dir: Hana Shariff), along with several other Minnesota-based theatre companies such as Zenith City Horror, Rubber Chicken Theater, Renegade Theater Company, and the NorShor Theatre. Film credits include House of Mischievous Spirits (Dir: Tom Higgins) and Rescuing Christmas (Dir: Emily Moss Wilson). In her off-season, Kyleigh enjoys creating physical art, including drawing, painting, and sculpting, fashion, and Ballet. Her goal as an artist is to change the world by helping create a global community that empowers and enables others to share their most meaningful stories.

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