Loren Lester Biography

 
Birth Place:
Woodland Hills
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Loren will soon be seen in the National Tour of The Band's Visit. A native of Los Angeles, Loren began his career as a teenager and has accumulated more than 40 years of film, stage, and television credits. In his early years he played the evil hall monitor Fritz Hansel in the cult classic film ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Woodland Hills

Bio:
Loren will soon be seen in the National Tour of The Band's Visit. A native of Los Angeles, Loren began his career as a teenager and has accumulated more than 40 years of film, stage, and television credits. In his early years he played the evil hall monitor Fritz Hansel in the cult classic film ... (read more)

Loren will soon be seen in the National Tour of The Band's Visit. A native of Los Angeles, Loren began his career as a teenager and has accumulated more than 40 years of film, stage, and television credits. In his early years he played the evil hall monitor Fritz Hansel in the cult classic film Rock n Roll High School and he recurred for five seasons as Roy on The Facts of Life. Since then Loren has guest-starred on more than 200 TV shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Orville, Scorpion, Im Dying Up Here, Parenthood, Bones, The Closer, NCIS, etc. He also recurred for three seasons on the HBO hit comedy series Hung. Other favorite motion picture roles include the Wes Craven suspense thriller Red Eye. Dozens of appearances in plays and musicals in the Los Angeles area include Fallen Angels at the Pasadena Playhouse, Around the World in 80 Days at NCRT, and A Midsummer Nights Dream at the L.A. Philharmonic (directed by Nancy Meckler.) In the world of animation, Loren has a large following for voicing the roles of Robin and Nightwing on Batman: The Animated Series and he continues to reprise those roles in video games and animated films. Loren is also an opera director and opera critic (www.schmopera.com) and has written several plays (Will & Bess) and musicals (A Green Umbrella.) He is the writer and director of the musical web series Let?s Do Lunch!, and the stage show Its Magic: The Music of Doris Day. Loren is also a book editor (There I Go Again, The memoirs of actor William Daniels, University of Nebraska Press, 2017.) Loren is married to singer/actress Kelly Lester and together they have three singer/actress daughters.