Maria Pitillo est une Actrice Américaine née le 8 janvier 1966 à Elmira (Etats-Unis)
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Maria Pitillo est une actrice américaine née le 8 janvier 1965 à Elmira, New York (États-Unis).
Maria Pitillo was born on January 8, 1965, in Elmira, New York, and grew up in Mahwah, New Jersey. She attended Mahwah High School, where she was on the track team, before transferring to Northern Highlands Regional High School. Pitillo met with success in New York City, performing in television commercials. In 1987, she was cast as Nancy Don Lewis for the ABC Network soap opera, Ryan's Hope, where she continued in that role until the series ended in 1989. In 1990, Pitillo was hired to play the role of Annie in the TNT Network production of The Lost Capone. In addition to her acting part, Pitillo also performed two songs for the movie, including the Jazz standard, Bye Bye Blackbird. To prepare for this role, she received coaching from William Esper and Harold Guskin of William Esper Studios in New York, and voice trained with vocalist Robbie McCauley.
Pitillo moved to California and by the mid 1990s, was working steadily on TV and film, with roles in Escape from Terror: The Teresa Stamper Story (1995), Partners (1995), Dear God (1996) and Something To Believe In (1998), Godzilla (1998), and a recurring role on TV’s Providence (2001–02).
Pitillo gained a reputation as a consistent utility actor who has worked numerous times with director James Burrows and writer/producer Jeff Greenstein. She is known to have participated during the early stages of project development, and read with prospective actors who are auditioning for unfilled parts. Such projects included South of Sunset, and Partners.
Married in 2002, and lives in Ross, California. Maria Pitillo retired from full-time acting in 2006 to raise her family and operate a small business with her husband. She is of Italian and Irish descent.
Pitillo is also an alumna of Playhouse West School and Repertory Theater.
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