Celeste Den is a trilingual (English, Mandarin and Spanish) performer based in Los Angeles known for her physical prowess and dynamic versatility.
Born in Taipei, Taiwan and raised in Miami, Celeste fell in love with acting on her 18th birthday at the opening performance of her first play and went on to receive her B.F.A. in Theatre from the University of Florida. She then spent a Summer training in Viewpoints & Suzuki before going on to receive her M.F.A. in Acting from the California Institute of the Arts where she continued to hone her innate talent as a physical performer.
A multifaceted actress, Celeste has collaborated and starred in both traditional and interdisciplinary experimental theatre projects in the U.S. and in Europe. She has worked with renowned companies such as Center for New Performance, Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare, Playwrights’ Arena and Poor Dog Group and played on the stages of Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, American Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, South Coast Repertory, East West Players, REDCAT, the Theatre@Boston Court, the Young Vic Theatre in London and the Lyric Theatre in Hong Kong. In film & television, Celeste has appeared in LARRY CROWNE (Universal), POWDER BLUE (11:11 Films), CASTLE (ABC), CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS) and THE DOCTOR (Warner Bros). She has been featured in numerous independent short films and web series, and her voice work can be heard in various radio commercials, feature films, video games, and narrative projects.
When not on stage or in front of a camera/microphone, you can usually find her on her yoga mat, strumming her ukulele, or snuggling her dog.