Originally from London, Ontario, Lil graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honors Bachelor of Arts and Education in English and Dramatic Arts. She was co-founder and Artistic Director of the Canadian award-winning company Theatre Soup and received Brickenden Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayals of Kate Keller in The Miracle Worker and double roles of Lizzie Borden and Bridget in Blood Relations. She played pivotal roles inUnidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love and Boulevard which won Brickenden Awards for Bravest Productions. Since moving to NYC, Lil has developed, produced and acted in several productions with WAT Project which have been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and chashama. Her diverse body of work as an actress includes critical roles in WAT Project’s Timberlake: American Pulp, Rope, Open Call! Life Without Parole, and the biographical play Fruits Unheard Of in which she portrayed American photographer Diane Arbus. She played various leading roles in Chamber Theatre Productions 2006 U.S Encore Tour and Jelena in Uncle Vanya with The New York Space Ensemble. Feature film and TV credits include Vision Vehicle’s Construction directed by Malcolm Goodwin, Paradise written and directed by Marc Lafia, TV movie Red Hook High directed by Trac Minh Vu, and the ABC Soap Opera “”All My Children.”” Since 2009, Lil has also been doing charitable work with the David Lynch Foundation (For Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace) through developing the NYC screening series for David Lynch’s documentary Meditation, Creativity, Peace and play reading performance fundraisers.