Lillian Delamere


Originally from Louisville Kentucky, Lily began her training at an early age, enrolling in a performing arts school while also studying intensively at the Walden Theatre Conservatory. It was during these early years that she fell passionately in love with the art, as she had the opportunity to study and perform classics from Shakespeare to Antigone to modern American dramatic works.


After moving to Arizona, Lily continued her studies, performing frequently in her high school theatre troupe, The Falcon Players, traveling to regional dramatic competitions and taking nearly every class Tucson had to offer, from comedy improv, to dance, to film acting. She then went on to study theatre and psychology at the University of Arizona and the Bennett Theatre Lab where she trained extensively in the Stanislavski Method. While in Arizona, Lily performed on many stages and also found a particular passion for film acting and after her first experience in a feature film at age fourteen, she has appeared in numerous feature films, shorts and student films, many of which have premiered in film festivals across the country. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from university, Lily moved to Los Angeles where she continues to work passionately in film, television and theatre.

Some of her favorite roles include Thea Elvsted in Hedda Gabler, Kinesias in Lysistrata and Katie in the original play, Hope and her performances on film in "Leave with Me", "Sunny Disposition", "Voices” and "The Elevator". Now living in Los Angeles, Lily is currently working on multiple exciting projects, which will debut later this year.