Elin Hampton

is a writer, lyricist, actress and storyteller currently living in Los Angeles.


Her work has been developed and produced all over the world.  Her short film Casey229, based upon her play is currently making the film festival circuit around the country.  

F4 was a finalist for the City Theatre National Award for Short Playwrighting,
and was included in the Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival.


Club Mom (book, lyrics) written with composer Gerald Sternbach, is licensed by Steele Spring Stage Rights, and is available on Amazon.com. 


Other works have been published in Smith & Kraus’s: Best Ten Minute Plays 2015, The Collective Ten Play Anthology: Volume 2, and in Applause Theatre Book’s: Contemporary Monologues for Kids 7-15.


Television credits include "Mad About You," “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” "Dream On," "Pinky and the Brain,” “Rugrats,” “The Wild Thornberries,” John Leguizamo’s House of Buggin’,” “Life’s Work,” “The Gregory Hines Show,” “Barclay’s Beat,” and “The Jackie Thomas Show.


She is a member of EST/LA and the EST Playwrights' Unit, the Dramatist’s Guild, WGA, ASCAP, ALAP, LAFPI, and Theatre for Young Audiences/USA.


Elin lives with her husband David Fury, her three human children and two dogs.