Lisa Marie DiGiacinto - Biography

Lisa Marie DiGiacinto has loved performing since she was a little girl. She grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, and as a child she was involved in choir and school plays. Always ready to entertain, Lisa and her sister would often interrupt school classes by breaking into song, performing numbers from musicals and movies such as "Grease." Throughout high school and University Lisa participated in community theatre, one of her favorite roles being Nina in Anton Chekov's The Seagull. After university, Lisa Marie moved to Calgary, where her love of acting followed. While working in Radio to pay the bills, she starred in a play at the Pumphouse theatre called Red Light Winter. Lisa then pursued formal training in film and TV acting and quickly began landing roles in television and independent film. She was nominated for a Rosie Award in 2010 for Best Alberta Actress for her role in the Indie short film "Deadwalkers". Making her film and TV career a priority, Lisa moved to Hollywood North (Vancouver). Her momentum has continued in Vancouver with great roles on TV networks such as Hallmark, Lifetime, and The CW. When she's not on set, Lisa Marie is involved in many facets of the film, television and arts community, including casting, writing, and volunteering her time to the independent film community. Music is still dear to Lisa's heart and she can often be found singing at open Mic nights and other gigs at cozy venues around Vancouver.