Lincoln Thompson is a visiting assistant professor in the department of Theatre Arts at Baylor University from New York City. While a professional actor in the city, he worked with premiere agencies (Abrams Artists), casting directors (Paul Fouquet) directors (Ethan McSweeny), and artists. He has performed across the country with such theatres as the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Chautauqua Theatre Company, ZACH Theatre, and WaterTower Theatre. Recent performances include the New York City revival of The Violet Hour, 33 Variations with world renowned pianist Anton Nel, and the regional premiere of Phoenix where he was able to perform with his wife for the first time. Lincoln has also performed in front of thousands in professional sports arenas across the country with The Revolve Tour; a Christian tour encouraging teenage girls in their faith.
Lincoln earned his MFA in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory where he performed as a member of the Denver Center Theatre Company in Dracula, A Christmas Carol, Othello, and participated in the Colorado New Play Summit for 2 years. He is also a proud alumnus of Baylor University Theatre where he earned his BFA in performance.
Lincoln is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.