Candice J. Hincks

Candice J. Hincks was born in Caribou, Maine. At an early age, she moved to the Great Northwest. Thereafter, Hollywood beckoned where for over thirty years, she remains an accomplished, award winning actress, singer and performing artist.

Hincks is a critically acclaimed, award-winning actress and veteran of the L.A. theatre scene, remembered most notably in the MET Theatre’s Bus Stop, Picnic, (with Nick Nolte,) and 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, where she received the L.A. Drama Critics Award.

She is a founding member of the most reputable Alliance Repertory Company (ARC,) appearing in several of their productions, including But That Wasn’t Sex, The Boys Next Door, Grace to Climb With Eagles, Over the Edge Players (Improv,) Big Headed Women, Power in the Blood, Nice Tits, and Night and Her Stars, which received an Ovation Award.

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