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Karl Bradford
Mary Brown
Ted Chiles
Chella Courington
Fran Davis
Julia Michelle Dawson
Karin delaPena
Sharon Dirlam
Dawn Downey
Karin Finell
Reyna Grande
JNelle Holland
Bill Honey
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Cheryl Joi
Catherine Ann Jones
Martha Lannan
Molly-Ann Leikin
Andre Levi
Anne Lowenkopf
Shelly Lowenkopf
Marcy Luikart
Josie Martin
Diana Raab
Joseph Riley-Portuges
Sojourner Rolle
Kathleen Roxby
Catherine Ryan Hyde
Alison Schaumburg
Rita Shaler-Nelson
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Karin delaPena

Actress, Writer, Social Worker

Karin delaPena has enjoyed an international career in the performing arts, with numerous credits in films, television and theatre.

Karin is known in and out of Santa Barbara for her work in the theater She was the founding Artistic Director of Speaking of Stories, for which she garnered an Independent Theater Award. She has won awards and critical acclaim in her work as a professional actress, and for her work as a published fiction and non-fiction writer.

She currently lives in L.A, where she is developing a couple of projects, including a one-woman show.

Articles by Karin delaPena

The UCLA Writers Fair and a Review of UCLA's On-line Courses for Writers September 23, 2005 (Karin delaPena) Karin delaPena reports from the UCLA Writers Fair last weekend and provides insight in to a different way of learning the craft -- one she says has advantages over traditional workshops. (complete article...)