Faline England has been a student of Diana Castle studying The Imagined Life for eight years. She has worked as an actress in film, television and theatre since 1997.
Some of her credits include “Nip/Tuck,” “Medium,” “CSI,” “Without a Trace,” “Numbers,” “The Agency,” “The Least of These” (with Isaiah Washington), “Midnight Clear” (with Stephen Baldwin), “Chasing October” (with Dennis Franz, Bernie Mac and Gary Sinise). On stage, she was last seen as The Governess in The Turn of the Screw at the Rubicon Theatre in Ventura, which was nominated for an L.A. Ovation Award for “Best Play”. She played Ann in All My Sons also at the Rubicon, (L.A. Ovation Award Nomination for Best Featured Actress).
She has received four Santa Barbara Independent Theatre Awards for the roles of Viola in Twelfth Night, Roxie Hart in Chicago, Angellica in The Rover, and Flayjennnie Eroticus (a two person show she co-wrote, produced and starred in).
Faline received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is deeply honored and excited to teach The Imagined Life under Diana Castle.