About
Linda Boston

Performing, Teaching, and Literary Artist

From broadcasting to performing, literary and teaching artist; LB has decades of experience, including being a recognized and remembered commercial and parody song voice talent on WJR Radio (Detroit, MI), The Great Voice Of The Great Lakes.

A proud Alumni of Covert High School (Covert, MI), Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI) and Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI).

“Working with Linda was a joy! We instantly connected from our very first conversation. She took my script and completely embodied the character. She is fabulous!”

A'ndrea J. Wilson

Playwright/Screenwriter

Dramatic
Demo Reel

Comedic
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Lace Larrabee’s Laugh Lab Grad Performance

ADULT CONTENT: Language and subject matter

AWARDS & RECOGNITION

4th Annual Michigan Film Festival: Uptown Festival, Best Supporting Actor Michigan Feature, “SMALL TOWN SANTA: HOLIDAY MIRACLE”

2016 Trinity International Film festival “HOME AGAIN”, Best Film Award and additional theatrical awards received

2013 San Diego Black Film Festival, “CASS”, Best Film Award – additional theatrical awards received

2004 Detroit Repertory Theater: Best Actress Award for the highly acclaimed, one woman and show touring production of , “MOMS MABLEY: THE NAKED TRUTH”

2013 Michigan Youth Arts Festival “Touchstone Award” – VSA Michigan, The State’s Organization On Arts and Disabilities

2013 Top Ladies Of Distinction – Cite’ d’etroit Chapter, “The Status Of Women in The Arts Award”

Spirit Of Detroit Award recipient for co-founding Eastern Michigan University’s Black Alumni Association

Requested vocalist for the following:

52nd Annual NAACP Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner, Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI

2006 Detroit Inaugural Celebration: Opening solo vocalist, Fox Theater, Detroit, MI

Michael Eric Dyson Show – featured vocalist on the nationally syndicated program “Talknet”

WalkSquawk: The Walking Project is a performance, mapping and cultural exchange project collaboratively developed with US and South Africa-based artists during a series of residencies in Detroit and KwaZulu-Natal from 2003 through 2006.

The project explores ‘desire lines’ or paths made by people who walk across fields in South Africa and across vacant lots in Detroit – and what connects them.

By examining how changing patterns of movement can alter attitudes and perceptions; how people make their own paths; and the influences of culture, geography, language, economics and love, The Walking Project asks how and why people’s paths cross and how taking a different path might alter a life.

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“I’ve worked with Linda in many capacities. First, as a fellow actor, then an agent and casting director, and lastly as a film director. Her charisma transcends anything that can be taught in a theatre school. Working with her on my drama short Home Again was one of the best creative experiences in my life. Her innate talent and instincts brought to my character more than I could have ever dreamed of and she’s just plain fun to work with.”

Janet Torreano Pound:

Pound & Mooney Casting, playwright/screenwriter

Music by Linda Boston aka LB

Linda’s long awaited solo album has been recognized internationally and featured on numerous
music and talk radio shows. It is co-produced by internationally known Platinum Jazz Artist
Randy Scott. Ambassador Magazine says, “Boston’s chops carry the set. Serve this one with
moonlight and good conversation.” undoubtedly because it features inspirational jazz stylings,
including a magnificent arrangement of Sam Cooke’s “Change Is Gonna Come” and outstanding
original works that will definitely move your intuitive mind.

“Boston’s chops carry the set. Serve this one with moonlight and good conversation.”

Khary Turner

Ambassador Magazine

Linda Boston’s CD