Charity Farrell is an award winning actress and singer based out of Los Angeles, best known for her roles in the feature films "Forever's End" (2014 *Best Actress, 23rd Annual Fancine Film Festival, Malaga, Spain) and "The Father and the Bear" (2016*Spirit of Independent Film Award, Stony Brook Film Festival, New York).
A native of Ohio, Charity received her training in the Musical Theatre BFA program at Wright State University. Having appeared in a number of productions regionally such as "the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"(*Daytony for excellence in a supporting role), "the Miracle Worker" (*Daytony for excellence in a leading role), and upon winning the "Stephen Schwartz Scholarship" (by unanimous vote, including Stephen Schwartz himself), she decided to head to a bigger entertainment market to pursue a career in the arts.
Charity has appeared in productions ranging from off-broadway musicals, to regional productions, to sailing the seas as a Production Singer aboard some of the largest passenger vessels in the world. She has had the pleasure of working with such theatrical artists as Bill Russell (Side Show), Lynne Taylor-Corbett (Swing), Jim Kierstead (kinky Boots, Waitress), as well as film and Television directors such as John Putch (American Pie: The Book of Love, Cougar Town)