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Lisa Codrington is an actress and playwright.
Lisa Codrington has written several plays and stories for tv series. Her one-woman show 'Cast Iron' was nominated for Governor General's Award for English-language Drama in Canada.
Lisa Codrington's most significant role was in the comedy series 'Letterkenny' in 2016. She played the role of Gail in the drama that followed the daily life of the rural residents in Canada. Created by Jared Keeso, the series won the Best Comedy Series at the fifth Canadian Screen Awards. Also, Lisa played the role of Shelley in a 2017 series 'Bad Blood' created by Simon Barry. At the premiere of her first show, actress Alison Sealy Smith played the lead role.
Lisa Codrington has a net worth of $300,000.
Although Lisa Codrington does many acting gigs, the information about her annual earnings is unavailable.
Lisa Codrington is 5 ft 6 in (168 cm) tall.
Lisa Codrington is 32 years old as of 2022.
Lisa Codrington was born on March 13, 1990, in Winnipeg city of the Manitoba province, Canada. She has kept the information about her childhood and family private. Lisa studied Criminology and theater at the University of Winnipeg. Moreover, she attended Ryerson Theatre School to learn acting.
During her university days, Lisa Codrington wrote her debut play 'Cast iron' and submitted the draft for the Write from Hop competition. The play had a women-centric story about Lisa's Barbadian heritage, debuted at Tarragon Theatre in Toronto in 2005, and won her a five-month workshop.
Lisa Codrington has kept her dating life private.
Lisa Codrington is also an avid actor who played several roles in different productions. Her debut in acting came with 'Cooper', a tv drama where she played Lydia Turnow in 2013. She also played supporting roles in tv series, such as Miss Franklin in 'Heroes Reborn', Dr. Sheila Evans in 'Man Seeking Woman' and Kendra Dupree in 'Orphan Black' in 2016, Gail in 'Letterkenny'; an officer in 'The Handmaid's Tale', Andy in 'Baroness Von Sketch Show', Nurse Rosa in 'Saving Hope', Chief Resident in 'Flatliners', Clarrie in 'Alias Grace' in 2017, and Dr. Wasserstein in 'Cardinal'.
Lisa Codrington was a story editor for the 2019 show 'Little Dog', story coordinator for an episode of 'Diggstown' in 2020, and playwright for an episode of 'Lockdown', '21 Black Futures', and 'The Lake'. Lisa was an executive story editor for 'Pretty Hard Cases'.
Lisa Codrington has written plays, such as 'The Aftermath', 'The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God', and 'Up the Garden Path'. As a stage actress, she has appeared in theater productions of 'Binti's Journey', 'Da Kink in My Hair', and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
Lisa Codrington played a character in 'Up The Garden Path', winning her a Carol Bolt Award.
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