Francesca Choy-Kee is an actress based in New York City and London. She received her MFA from NYU's Graduate Acting Program and attended London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Francesca has performed at Yale Rep, The McCarter, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Kennedy Center, NY Stage and Film, Williamstown Theater Festival, Arena Stage, and with Young Jean Lee's 'The Shipment' (The Thalia Theater, Hamburg, Germany). She has starred in five world premieres - most notably originating roles in The Long Wharf's production of "Agnes Under the Big Top" (Connecticut Critic's Circle Award for Best Actress in a Play) and The Huntington's production of "Luck of the Irish". Her work in New York includes plays, readings and workshops most recently with Symphony Space, The Lark, The Public Theater, Anton Dudley's world premiere of "Letters to the End of the World" and, most notably, Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer-Prize winning, Broadway play "Disgraced".
Francesca enjoys milling through the halls of The Met, smiling at strangers, taking the long way home, Liz Lovely cookies, movies at The Landmark Sunshine, Brittany Spaniels, and adventure on the high seas.