Elizabeth Hinkler is a native Chicagoan based in LA. Co-executive of The Hinklers production company, their mission is to create a loving connection in a fearful world. Elizabeth believes it is her responsibility to humanize the stereotypes of marginalized and underrepresented people in our human family. Passionate about advocating for LGBTQIA rights, mental health, and persons with different abilities, Elizabeth’s work explores the intricacies of relationships, specifically, in how we navigate our way in the search for connection. The Hinklers’ work aims to encourage audiences to engage in these multifaceted, essential conversations about our responsibility and relationship to our world family.
Elizabeth is in the Top 20 Actors of 2020 with CSA’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee, a recipient of the Dan Velez Scholarship, Hollywood Fringe’s Duende Distinction Award, was nominated for best acting in a two-person play at the Stage Raw Awards, and is nominated for Best New Media 2020 at NFMLA with their short film, the bookends, that explores the identity contingency between identical twins. Most memorable performances include The Good Doctor, Overthinking With Kat and June, and Under The Silver Lake. Elizabeth is in the festival circuit for HBO Access’ pilot, Manic, on HBO Go and HBO Now. Upcoming is Pen15 and NCIS LA. When not creating their own work, Elizabeth enjoys writing, practicing ASL, making homemade jam and hearty soups, foraging, and spending quality time with their identical twin, Emily.