Lynnette R. Freeman (Actor) is a multidisciplinary artist who hails from East Cleveland, Ohio. Primarily an actress, she considers herself a storyteller who uses her chosen mediums of acting, dance, and writing to reflect and celebrate human experience. She is interested in artists roles as conduits for change through their storytelling, and her aim is to help them tell their stories. She is a graduate of Brown University with a BA in Africana Studies with a focus in Creative Writing and performance, and an MFA in Acting from the Brown/Trinity Rep Conservatory. She has studied and taught Drama and Dance at Edna Manley College of the Visual and performing arts in Jamaica, W.I. Some previous roles include Ruth in A Raisin In The Sun (Trinity Rep & Arkansas Rep), Lena in Clybourne Park (Dorset Theatre Fest./ Barrington Stage), African Woman in Waking Up (EST: River Crossing Rivers/ One-Act Marathon); Mrs. Muller in Doubt (Music Theatre of Connecticut: CT Theatre Critics Award Nomination: Best Actress), Carmen/Helene in Luz at LaMama Theatre and Reheema Abu-Salaam in the world premiere of In A Daughter's Eyes at InterAct Theatre. She has performed repeatedly with the American Slavery Project's Unheard Voices, as well as with the New Black Fest. She is currently on leave from Jamal Jackson Dance Company, a contemporary African/modern/hip-hop fusion company out of Brooklyn. She thanks her Family, Friends and ancestors for all their love and support and the EST Company for their consideration!