Who Is Lisa Codrington? Meet The Family Of The Canadian Actress

 Lisa Codrington is a successful actress and an award-winning writer from Canada. Learn what we know about her.

Lisa Codrington is a dramatist and character actress from Canada. 

She is most known for her roles in the comedy series Letterkenny as Gail and in Cast Iron's theatrical plays.

Who Is Lisa Codrington? Age Explored

Lisa Codrington, age mid-40s, is a dramatist and character actress from Canada.

She is most known for her role as Gail on Letterkenny and her theatrical plays Cast Iron, which was nominated for the Governor General's Award for English-language drama at the 2006 Governor General's Awards.

Her role in Up the Garden Path won the Carol Bolt Award in 2016. Codrington earned degrees in criminology and drama from the University of Winnipeg and acting from the Ryerson Theatre School.

Codrington also played Shelley in the television series Bad Blood and has appeared in other minor parts.

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Lisa Codrington Ethnicity Explored

Lisa Codrington is assumed to be of African Ethnicity. 

She wrote Cast Iron as a one-woman show on her Barbadian roots and won a five-month workshop when she entered the Write from the Hop competition.

The drama premiered in 2005 at Toronto's Tarragon Theatre, starring Alison Sealy-Smith.

Lisa Codrington's family was traced back to the Codrington Sugar Plantation in Barbados, according to the CBC documentary "Big Sugar."

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Is She Suffering From Any Disability?


It does not seem that Lisa is suffering from any disability. 

She looks very healthy no matter how we see her. She also has been putting out great work.

She has received the K.M. Hunter Theater Award and the Carol Bolt Award for Playwrights, and she has been nominated for the Governor General's Award for Drama.

Her subsequent pieces include The Aftermath (2011), The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God (2016), and Up the Garden Path (2017).