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Donna Lynne Champlin is an OBIE and Drama Desk award winning actress best known as “Paula Proctor” on The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and “Barb” in NETFLIX’s Feel The Beat. Broadway: James Joyce’s The Dead, By Jeeves, Hollywood Arms, Sweeney Todd, and Billy Elliot: The Musical.
Donna Lynne Champlin is an OBIE and Drama Desk award winning actress best known as “Paula Proctor” on The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and “Barb” in NETFLIX’s Feel The Beat. Broadway: James Joyce’s The Dead, By Jeeves, Hollywood Arms, Sweeney Todd, and Billy Elliot: The Musical. Off Broadway: Transport Group’s First Lady Suite, Almost, Maine and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Working, The Qualms, Master Class and Shakespeare in the Park’s As You Like It and The Taming of the Shrew. Additional film/tv: Blacklist, Law & Order, Submissions Only, The Good Wife, The Good Fight, Birdman, Younger, Downsizing, Another Period and Yes, God, Yes. A Princess Grace winner and voice-over artist, Champlin appears on numerous OBCs, recordings and animated features. Training: Carnegie Mellon University and Oxford University.
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