Known for her infectious personality, drive, and talent, Delaware native Lony’e Perrine has established herself in Hollywood as a performer, content creator, and producer.
Lony’e knew at the early age of 5 that she wanted to be an actor. Booking commercials, plays, and print jobs in Philadelphia and New York (and yes, even a baby pageant) she knew she was on the right track. Her mom recognized her creativity and athleticism and always kept Lony’e busy by enrolling her in acting classes, gymnastics, figure skating, and other sports. Lony’e received a Track & Field scholarship to Villanova University and was active in the universities theater program before she graduated with honors earning her BA in Political Science. After some years of playing it safe in corporate america Lony’e decided to leave her job, risk it all, and move to LA to pursue her dream.
This rising star has since shared her acting talents across TV, film, commercials, and theater. Lony’e is best known for her roles on hit TV shows such as Criminal Minds, Rosewood, Castle, and The First Family. On the silver screen, you can find Lony’e in films such as Abducted and the 2018 Oscar nominated short film Dekalb Elementary. In between your scheduled programing you have also witnessed her talents in many national commercial such as Lowes, Best Buy, Walmart, Hyundai, AT&T, Ford, and Get Schooled with DJ Khaled, to name a few. She has shared the screen with some of today’s popular actors such as Toni Collette, Nathan Fillion, Kristoff St. John, AJ Cook, and Morris Chestnut to name a few. Lony’e has also performed in various stage plays such as the award nominated productions of Black Women: State of The Union (Company of Angels and Skylight Theater) in which LA Weekly and Backstage praised her performances.