Cindy Warden

Cindy WardenCindy Warden first appeared on the Colony stage, filling in in Einstein and the Polar Bear, and then as the evil Mother Abbess in Incorruptible. She was Music Director and appeared in the Colony Second Stage production of A . . . My Name is Alice. Cindy also appeared in the Colony's The Nerd.

She appeared in MTG's production of Where's Charley (The Pasadena Playhouse) and a ten month run of Funny, You Don't Look Like A Grandmother (The Santa Monica Playhouse). She has performed in regional theatres around the country. Her favorite roles include Amalia in She Loves Me, Amy in Company, and Theda in It Had to Be You. 

She had a recurring role in the final season of In Living Color, has numerous other TV and commercial credits to her name, and her one-woman cabaret show was named L.A. Weekly's "Pick of the Week.” 

Cindy's experiences as an actress provided inspiration for the heroine in best-selling author Jane Heller's newest novel, Lucky Stars. A voice-over artist, she can be heard in various Disney cartoons among others. She is also a classically trained pianist, but her favorite passion is singing opera. She is a private voice teacher/coach with clients ranging from Broadway singers to Jim Henson’s Muppets. She is currently a coach for FOX television and can be seen from time to time on Extreme Dating and Blind Date, harassing unsuspecting couples with singing tips. 

Submitted on April 28, 2005