Jenny Marlowe is an actor, playwright, educator, and community activist. She is a passionate advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion in the arts with a particular focus on rights, recognition, and representation for Indigenous people in media and popular culture. Jenny is a member of Emerging Arts Leaders/Los Angeles’ Leadership Council, of Actors' Equity Association's National EEO Committee, of SAG-AFTRA’s L.A. Local EEO Committee, and of Cornerstone Theater Company’s Community Council. She is a 2018 Arts for LA Delegate and a graduate of artEquity’s Facilitator Training program, and is currently the Program Assistant at the Center for Cultural Innovation. Jenny has performed at theaters all over the country, including ArtsEmerson, Perseverance Theatre, Kansas City Rep, Cornerstone Theater Company, A Noise Within, the La Jolla Playhouse, and Native Voices at the Autry, where she is a member of the resident ensemble. She has appeared on television on ABC’s ‘Modern Family’ and as Tongva rebel Toypurina in ‘Variedades on Olvera Street’ for KCET. Her own plays have been workshopped and showcased by Centre Stage South Carolina, Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga, and the Southwark Playhouse London. But she is perhaps best known for a series of viral videos about Native Americans in popular culture that she made in collaboration with BuzzFeed. With more than 25 million views, the videos have been featured in multiple national and international media outlets and are currently included in college curricula at universities all over the U.S. and Canada. Jenny is a graduate of Princeton University, Kings College London, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she earned a double Master’s degree in Text & Performance Studies and a professional certificate in Shakespeare. Originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, she currently resides in Los Angeles. Jenny is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, and British Equity and is represented by Stein Entertainment.