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Cindy Hile


Cindy Hile is a Naples actor whose stage credits include Margaret in The Studio Players’ production of Walter Cronkite Is Dead in (2020), Kathy Ann in Old Ringers (The Marco Players, 2019), real estate broker Felicia Dantine in I Hate Hamlet (CFABS Community Players, 2019), Mission/Ensemble in Guys and Dolls (The Naples Players, 2019), Mary Hansen in Remember Me? (CFABS Community Players, 2018), Clara in Flamingo Court: Life in Three Condos (The Marco Players, 2017), Charmaine in Sex Please, We’re Sixty (The Marco Players, 2017), Henderson/Mrs. Kirby in You Can’t Take It With You (The Studio Players, 2017), Martha in Arsenic & Old Lace (CFABS Community Players, 2016), Rosie in Love, Loss and What I Wore (The Marco Players, 2015), Elaine Navazio in Last of the Red Hot Lovers (CFABS Community Players) and Eva LaMour in Murder, Mystery and Mayhem. She has also performed in the Naples Players Reader’s Theatre.

A member of the United Film & Television Artists (UFTA), Cindy played a reporter in the Curtis Collins independent film The Hanging Millstone.

Next up for Cindy is the role of Janet in Teri Foltz’s Dance Class (in which she decides to take a dance class after years of driving by a local dance studio and finds that not only does she have the feet for it, but may have just captured the heart of her new instructor), one of six short plays in the Center for the Arts Bonita Springs’ presentation on February 11 of Funny Shorts LOVE!

August 21, 2020; revised February 2, 2022.

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