I am a native New Yorker, born and raised in Staten Island. My family had a lot of characters to say the least, and I was somewhat a theatrical kid. I started working in community theater and booking commercials as well as National print campaigns.  I quickly landed a national network “Johnson and Johnson” baby shampoo campaign which put me on the radar for many great opportunities at such a young age. I began auditioning for Broadway, feature films and TV series in NYC.
I worked continuously and studied with some of the best NY acting coaches, ultimately leading me into a recurring role on the soap opera, “All My Children”.  I moved to Los Angeles immediately booking a guest star on the pilot “Working” at NBC, and soon after, other network TV bookings followed.  I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from many reputable actors and directors such as Fred Savage, Ed Burns, Chad Coleman, John Stamos, Matthew Rhys, and James Spader, just to name a few.

One of my most rewarding projects was the independent film “Life Love Soul” opposite Chad Coleman (All American)  and Jamie Hector (Bosch). This independent award-winning film opened nationwide in AMC theaters and won the NYC Urban World Audience award. “Life Love Soul” is an inspiring film and can still be seen on BETher.  Playing the role of real-life Honey "Ginger Blake" in “The Beach Boys, An American Family” was a memorable experience, and can still be seen on VH1. 

I now live in NYC with my husband, two children and dog Ruby.  I am a certified yoga instructor, as well as a certified teacher assistant where I work with children who need some light and positivity in their lives. 

A little bit about me....