Elizabeth Farrington

Elizabeth FarringtonElizabeth “Wilson” Farrington (she/her) is a jazz musician and visual artist who made the leap into voice acting in 2016, courtesy of Jabberwocky Audio Theater, Tohubohu Productions, and the 48 Hour Film Project.

A native New Yorker, she cut her teeth in musical theater early on, studied classical voice, and ultimately fronted a variety of bands from pop, to rock, to punk, and solo singer/songwriter gigs. Always that weird kid with an affinity for the obscure and complicated, she has amassed a repertoire of “wordy, difficult, unknown, and ridiculous” songs which she loves to perform! She also enjoys making funny noises and doing character voices, so it’s no surprise that voice acting would be a great fit.

Farrington earned a B.A. in Creative Arts Therapy (music, art, dance) at the State University of New York at Fredonia, and studied guitar at the New School in NYC. She has continued to learn from the greats, and has performed in a variety of venues, from NYC clubs, to Mid-Atlantic spots such as Glen Echo’s Spanish Ballroom, the D.C. Marriott, and Stage Alive Concert Association.

Farrington currently resides just outside the NC Triangle with a trio of rescue dogs and a passel of houseplants, where she is deeply embedded in the flourishing jazz scene.