Karin Anglin has been grateful to be a regular cast member of the hit TV series, Work In Progress, on Showtime. After completing Season 2, Anglin’s series was hailed by TIME Magazine as their #3 choice on “The Top Ten TV Shows of 2021” list. She has over 26 credits to her name including her recurring role on the FOX series, neXt, and guest starring roles on Netflix’s Soundtrack, Amazon’s Electric Dreams, NBC’s Dick Wolf creations, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Justice, FOX’s Proven Innocent, Empire, The Mob Doctor, The Chicago Code and Prison Break and A&E’s The Beast to name a few. Anglin is also a nationally recognized voice talent most notably voicing commercial campaigns for Always, Symbicort, Kellogg’s, Dove, and Kraft and lending her promo voice talents to networks like NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Comedy Central, SyFy and ESPN. Anglin commits to being unstoppable in pursuing her craft and plans on thriving in her artistic endeavors as long as she can.
“I love breathing life into scripts and pride myself on being adept at interpreting direction so that I can bring a director and/or producer’s creative vision to fruition with ease and authenticity. I focus on delivering a performance that serves the script truthfully but is also nuanced with my own unique viewpoint and interpretation. I want the creative collaborations I am a part of to feel successful for everyone on board”.
When not on set or in the booth, Anglin used to adore frolicking in nature with her beloved black lab. Nothing melted her heart like that rescue dog. She still loves escaping to her happy place along the shore even it means leaving a trusty leash behind. Lately, Anglin’s craves cultivating more moments of inner peace on a meditation pillow or a yoga mat. But she’s also not afraid to kick it up a notch. Anglin secretly performs her own carpool karaoke to the bass driven beats of 90s hip hop hits when alone and trapped in traffic, loves indulging in an occasional Bulleit Bourbon Old Fashioned with Luxardo Maraschino cherries, and if tired enough will revert to her Boston roots and hit a spot on Boston accent dropping “r”s fluently and adding them where they don’t belong like on the end the word “idea”. There. Anglin’s secrets are out.