Ann Magnuson

Ann Magnuson is a writer, actress, singer, musician, and  performer whose eclectic resume traverses the entertainment landscape like few others. She has acted in Hollywood blockbusters, Off-Broadway plays, TV sitcoms and indie films, fronted various bands, written for numerous publications and has presented her original performance art pieces at the Whitney Museum (performing a 5-hour “Tribute to Muzak” in the museum elevator), The Museum of Modern Art, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, BAM, LACMA, MOCA, The Hammer Museum, REDCAT, The Walker Art Center, The Andy Warhol Museum and in places as far flung as Tokyo’s Sogetsu Hall and Sweden’s Ice Hotel in the Arctic Circle.  Recent projects include acting roles in such series as Man in the High Castle, Picard, and The Flight Attendant; as well as guest curating the Club 57 retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art; performing The Bongwater Songbook with her former band mates; and numerous art installations and other artistic endeavors including her original YouTube series “WTF 2020” about life during the pandemic.