Lisa Cirincione, is an actress, singer and producer whose stage and screen credits include work in The United States, The United Kingdom, and Italy.
Lisa just wrapped the Moonstruck-esque indie comedy Three Weddings about a larger-than-life Italian-American family, set to release in fall.
See Lisa on stage at Pacific Resident Theatre as an Iranian Revolutionary in the world premiere of Hostage written by Michelle Kholos Brooks. Hostage, based on true events during the 1979 Iran Hostage Crisis, is the story of the industrious and unstoppable university students in Tehran who stormed the American Embassy holding 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.
Lisa stars in the indie short Porcupine alongside renowned character actor, Mr. W. Earl Brown. Porcupine made its world premiere at the prestigious Newport Beach Film Festival, and is now in the midst of its festival run, playing on screens around the globe. Lisa also makes her producing debut with this gritty father-daughter country music tale. Visit Porcupinethefilm.com for festival dates and press.
Lisa recently shot a hilarious episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! with NBA Legend, Mr. Ron Artest. She can be seen in national commercials, including a spot for Sky Italia with Sandra Oh and in the comedy Web-Series Mrs. Gary, for which she won Best Supporting Actress at The Los Angeles Web Festival.
On stage, Lisa received L.A. WEEKLY and L.A. Drama Critic's Circle nominations for playing the role of Catherine in Arthur Miller's iconic classic A View from the Bridge at Pacific Resident Theatre where she is also a company member.
Lisa is an Artist in Residence with the Jewish Women's Theatre where she has performed most recently as a Persian immigrant in Saffron and Rosewater at the legendary 92nd Street Y in New York City, and in Uncuffed: Pussy Writes a Letter, written by Sex & the City Executive Producer, Ms. Cindy Chupack.
In a time when "diversity" has become the industry watchword, Lisa's multi-cultural background and growing presence as an actress and producer, is a testament to the powerful role and demand for strong and fearless women in Hollywood. (more about Lisa here...)