Winn LaRue was the first baby born in Fort Worth in 1981 and has continued to win at life ever since. She has a BA in Political Science from the University of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota and has lived in Seville, Spain; Juneau, Alaska; and New York, New York.
While in New York city she attended HB Studios and studied, “Intro to Scene Work” with Lorraine Serabian. Winn also appeared in numerous media productions during her residency in the city.
After moving back to Fort Worth, Winn began studying improv comedy at Four Day Weekend and the Dallas Comedy House. Her improv journey has crossed paths with great teachers and improvisers such as: David Razowsky, Jaime Moyer, Amanda Austin, Kyle Austin, Terry Catlett, Mariam Ashmawy, Nick Scott, Noa Gavin, Landon Kirksey, Tyler Via, Anthony Bowling, Grayson Howe and Frank Ford.
Winn loves to perform and is very active in the TV/Film industry here in North Texas.