Leslie Coplin
  Leslie studied acting and production at Emerson College in Boston.  She went
on to work for Late Night/ Late Show with David Letterman in the 90's where she
gave up all access to a personal life for long hours, close encounters with
celebrities, and  to laugh until she cried on a daily basis. She appeared on the
show many times in segments such as: the staff talent show, staff vacation
stories and writer's pieces with Tony Randall and Chris Elliot.  

After taking time off to raise a husband and two amazing kids, Leslie rekindled
her love of acting, studying and performing improv at the Upright Citizens
Brigade in NYC and working with Will Hines and Mo Rocca.

's first role in a Feenix project was in the 2011 short "The Basement". She
received a Best Actress Nomination at the
2012 SoCal Independent Film
Festival for her performance

   Thrilled to be a member of a group comprised of talented,
hard-working, funny and nice people, Leslie looks forward to more good roles,

long shoots and fun times ahead.
Feenix Films credits

"The Basement"


-Mrs. Hernandez
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