About Lisa Cirincione
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 recently starred alongside renowned character actor W. Earl Brown in the indie drama, Porcupine, which is an official selection at the Newport Beach Film Festival. She also makes her producing debut with this film.
She recently shot a hilarious episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! with NBA Legend, Mr. Ron Artest, 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.
Lisa received LA WEEKLY and LA Drama Critic's Circle nominations for 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 writer, Ms. Cindy Chupack.
She has worked with actors Tony Hale, Katharine Ross, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Gregory Jbara and Loni Ackerman and with directors April Webster and the rising star of London's West End, Jamie Lloyd.
Lisa is fluent in Italian, speaks advanced Spanish, and possesses a unique facility for languages and accents which allows her to play an extensive range of multi-cultural roles. She is a proud Trojan,receiving her B.F.A in acting from U.S.C.
Lisa is very passionate about the work being done by Jewish World Watch, and volunteers with this organization that fights to prevent genocide around the world, namely in Sudan, Congo and Syria. She is a lover of travelling, languages and cooking and resides in Los Angeles with her partner.
- Splash Magazine review
"Exile: Kisses on Both Cheeks; a poignant masterpiece"
- LA WEEKLY nomination received for BEST FEMALE SUPPORTING PERFORMANCE
for A View from The Bridge.
- LA WEEKLY has nominated the production for BEST REVIVAL.
- LA DRAMA CRITICS CIRCLE has also nominated the production for BEST REVIVAL.
- LA TIMES Review
"A View from the Bridge a working-class Greek tragedy"
- LAIST Review
"Pacific Resident Theatre's A View From The Bridge Delivers Explosive Drama"