Marin Hinkle
Marin Hinkle's television credits include playing Judith, 
Jake's mother, on the CBS award winning comedy series,
"Two and a Half Men," for the past ten seasons. She also 
portrayed Judy (Sela Ward's sister) on “Once and Again.” 
This past year Hinkle played Samantha on NBC's
"Deception."  Hinkle has had recurring roles on “Don’t Trust
the B- in Apartment 23,” Brothers and Sisters," and "The
Sarah Silverman Program," Her various guest starring roles
include  "Without a Trace,” “House,” “ER,” “Private Practice,”
“My Own Worst Enemy,”"Army Wives," and all three of the
"Law and Order" shows.

Her feature film credits include: "My Eleventh," "Friends with
Money," "Turn the River," "I Am Sam," "Frequency," "Dark
Blue," "Final," “Rails and Ties” “What Just Happened?,”
"Quarantine," "Imagine That," "The Haunting of Molly Hartley"
and "Weather Girl."

Hinkle's Broadway theater credits include "Electra," "A
Thousand Clowns" and "The Tempest." Marin has extensive
Off Broadway credits which include such plays as “RX,”
"Graceland," "Miss Julie," "The  Dybbuk," "Blue Window"
"Jason with a 'Y' ," Ambrosio," "Sabina," and "Wonderful
Time." Marin has worked extensively in regional theaters
across the country.  Some of her favorite plays regionally
have included "Circle Mirror Transformation," "Extraordinary
Chambers," " What They Have," "Evolution," "God of
Vengeance," "As You Like It," "Uncle Vanya," "Ghosts," and
"Romeo and Juliet."

Over the last five years she has balanced her work in
television with her love for theatre and has been proud to
have originated roles in premiere productions of six new
plays in both New York and Los Angeles.

Born in Tanzania, Hinkle grew up in Boston. She earned a
bachelor's degree from Brown
University and a master's degree from New York University.