Actor & Singer
Born in Bangkok, Thailand raised in Berlin, Germany and Savannah, Georgia, Carrie Lee has honed her craft as an actor and singer for over three decades - appearing on stage and film, and lending her voice to commercials & animation.
Carrie Lee also works as a creative consultant, casting director, producer, acting coach and she is the head emcee for the River Bend Film Festival. She performs cabaret with a passion for the Great American SongBook and Broadway musicals. In response to the socially distanced Christmas & Holiday season, in 2020, Carrie Lee released an album with Jazz guitarist, Rafael Chavez y Moreno entitled "Dreaming of Christmas Together." Currently, she is writing a Thai-American children's book called "Pai The Medicine Man" based on her mothers stories about her childhood on the family rice farm and rural village in RoiEt. Carrie Lee is also developing two projects: her memoir with the working title: "An Asian American Army Brat (Growing Up Overseas During The Cold-War)," and "Always On My Mind" the songs and stories of Willie Nelson, my dad, and moi.
During the pandemic, Carrie Lee has found another creative home in participating in theatrical zoom readings of critically acclaimed plays with the MuMondays series produced by Theatre Mu - including "Twilight: Los Angeles: 1992" by Anna Deavere Smith, "White Pearl" by Anchuli Felicia King, and "Everybody" by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. She recently shared her latest original piece in “Thank you, Karma" with Pour One Out, Chicago.
Carrie Lee enjoys corralling her creative family. They love living in Goshen, IN and make efforts to support the arts wherever and whenever possible.