Sean Spann was born and raised in and around St. Louis, MO and currently lives and works as a creative artist in the Los Angeles area. His creative work is primarily focused in teaching and acting, though he has also worked in Los Angeles as a writer, director, voice-over artist, and producer. Los Angeles Theatre credits include: Bad Apples with Circle X Theatre, The Road to Nirvana and Talking to Terrorists with the Harold Clurman Lab Theatre, and three consecutive seasons with The New Swan Shakespeare Festival in Irvine, CA. He has also worked regionally in Eccentricities of a Nightingale at the New Harmony Theatre, in New Harmony IN. Television credits include roles on Southland, Major Crimes, The Mentalist, The People vs. O.J. Simpson, Shameless and Bosch. As a teacher, Sean has previously instructed Voice/Speech at AMDA College and Conservatory of Performing Arts, and Voice/Speech and Acting at UC-Irvine. In addition to currently teaching Speech, Contact Improv, and Acting at Studio School, he is also the Head of Voice and Speech at The Art of Acting Studio, a two year conservatory training program in Hollywood. Sean holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Evansville, and an MFA in Acting from the University of California-Irvine.