Ji Shin


Ji is a UW School of Drama alum, who has been involved in a number of film and theatre productions around Seattle. After graduating the UW, she directed the Abbot and Castello show in University House 2009, and left for Japan with a certificate in English teaching - only to end up acting and directing in more shows in Korea, including lead role in Yesmina Reza's Art and directing What Women Live For. After returning to Seattle, working as a promotion model in a game show led her into the video game industry, in which she currently works as a writer and editor. She continues teaching and performing the piano and is a staple voiceover talent in her company's video game trailers and cutscenes. She is happy to be back on stage!