Jill Kamler

How would you describe yourself as an artist?: Actor, writer, and podcaster

What pronouns do you use?: they/them/theirs

How do you define your gender?: I consider myself a non-binary person - I feel neither male nor female and thrive in the grey areas. I often refer to myself as the "Inbetween Queen."

How do you define your sexuality?: I consider myself queer. It is the word that makes the most sense to me - it was my lightbulb moment when I discovered there was an identity outside the binary of gay and straight. Since I am non-binary and often find myself attracted/drawn to other NB or trans folks, queer allows me to both define myself and those I date/love in the most inclusive/accurate way.

Where are you based? : Los Angeles, CA - though I was raised and occasionally still work in Missouri

What is your favorite thing on your resume?: Right after I graduated college I had the opportunity to play Sylvia in Tribes. It was one of the best theatre experiences I've ever had.

What is the musical theatre song you’re most likely to belt in the shower?: Changing My Major!

Who is your “queer-o”? : Ha! I actually had to look this up but now I love it and I'm going to use it all the time. There are a lot of queer people I admire, but two in particular are Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher. They are married and host a weekly show in LA called Put Your Hands Together (also published as a podcast). They have both been working in comedy for a long time and holding space for other marginalized voices to be seen and be funny as hell.


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