Thea Lux is an actor, writer, musician and comedy-type hailing from Chicago by way of an Ohio upbringing, now living in Los Angeles.
She's contributed to the 2017 CBS Diversity Showcase and performs with iO West's house sketch team It Doesn't Have to Be This Way. Raised by Chicago's theater and comedy community, she's a founding member of the actively collaborative New Colony theater company, and helped create the cult-hit, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, which ran Off Broadway and is published by Samuel French. Additionally she's voiced several characters for Bix Pix Entertainment's Moonlight Storytime series, and is in Craig Benzine's (Wheezy Waiter) go90 series, AlgoRhythm, produced by New Form Digital and Above Average.
She's contributed to Reductress, The Steamroller, The Paper Machete, and monologue jokes for the late night talk show, Talk Hard. She's written several children's stories for Compass Learning, original sketch reviews, her one-woman show, “Thea Lux Will Sell Out for Money,” and published Tiny Horses Are Everywhere (The Book).
Stemming from a musical family, Lux has written many harmony-infused songs and performs with the indie-pop band, The French Goodbye. She helped write original incidental music for The New Colony's production of 11:11 and "That Sordid Little Story." The Sordid Band's hipster bluegrass music went on to win a Joseph Jefferson Award.
She enjoys crocheting and cycling.