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Marcello Rollando talks with Film-TV Actor Lana Young

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Lana started her acting career in her 30's after receiving her M.A. in Acting from the Arts Educational School London. Her career work includes the recurring roles of Dr. Mary Osder in Fox’s hospital drama The Resident, as Inez Trujillo in Ambitions (OWN), Dr. Lopes in Tell Me a Story (CBS All Access), Mrs. Douglas in The Vampire Diaries (CW), Dr. Jacinta Butler in Greenleaf (OWN) and Gloria Ruiz in The Inspectors (CBS); guest-star roles include Detective Michele Hodiak in Gone (NBC), Linda in Kevin Can Wait (CBS), Debbie in The Act (HULU) opposite Patricia Arquette and most recently Dr. Highland in WandaVision (Disney+) opposite Teyonah Parris and Dr. Jantzen in Lisey’s Story (Apple Tv) opposite Julianne Moore and Clive Owen; co-star roles include Jessica Jones, Blindspot, Satisfaction, Nashville, Law & Order and Dynasty...to name a few. In film, Lana has been honored to work with some of the greats. Christopher Plummer and Ewan McGregor in the Oscar- winning film Beginners, playing Gloria the nanny opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams in the boxing drama Southpaw and playing a fertility doctor opposite Emily Blunt and Justin Theroux in the feature film The Girl on the Train. She has most recently been cast as a lead inTyler Perry's passion project, A Jazzman's Blues. She currently lives in New York City with her cats Monkey and Lennon, who do tricks. You can see a list of all her credits on www.imdb.me/lana

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