Leslie Vincent is an actor, singer, and musician who grew up across the East Coast and the UK, thanks to the US military. After seeing her first musical in the West End, she fell in love with it all, and begged her parents to put her in any voice, dance, and acting class she could find.
Theatrically, she's had the joy of performing with Artistry, History Theatre, Old Log Theatre, Park Square Theatre, Theatre Elision, Sidekick Theatre, Umbrella Collective and the Bryant-Lake Bowl. She's played everything from a naughty beauty queen to a grumpy French nightclub owner, to a little girl just trying to bring her Daddy some shoes.
Musically, Leslie draws inspiration from Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, Della Reese, Julie London, Melody Gardot, and breathes life into the Great American Songbook. She's played Crooners Dunsmore Room, Dakota Jazz Club, the Turf Club, and is a regular at St. Joan of Arc's yearly cabaret.
Leslie performs as half of the jazz duo The Champagne Drops, and writes her own music, mostly on the ukulele. She's in the processes of releasing her first jazz album, "These Foolish Things" which will be out March 2020.
When not performing, Leslie spends time planning her wedding, drinking fancy cocktails, and playing with her dog.