Read her interview with Voyage LA Magazine!
Thea Lux (Tay-uh Lucks) is an actor, writer, and comedian living in Los Angeles. She also makes hot dog crafts.
She's contributed to the 2017 CBS Diversity Showcase, was a long-standing sketch performer at iO West, and currently performs stand-up in Los Angeles. She is a co-producer of the monthly showcase, The Filling, produces the comedy and craft show, Stitches, and also directs the comedy burlesque group, Victress.
Raised by Chicago's theater and comedy community, she's a founding member of the 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, created her own stop motion short, was in Craig Benzine's (Wheezy Waiter) go90 series, AlgoRhythm, and appears in The Coen Brothers’ Netflix film, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.
Stemming from a musical family, Lux performs with the indie-pop band, The French Goodbye. She helped write original incidental bluegrass music for The New Colony production, That Sordid Little Story, which went on to win a Joseph Jefferson Award.
She’s currently working on nailing down dates for a mini-northwest comedy tour with Dan Telfer and friends in October.