Her initial contribute role in a feature film was entitled “The Father, the Son” directed by Anthony Calderella. She won the role after the director saw her work-shopping a play at the Strasberg Actor’s Studio in West Hollywood. The role was already cast out of New York, but when Anthony Calderella spotted her, he asked her to audition. After being called back three occasions and waiting a week to hear back, Mr. Calderella replaced the original actress with D’Amico.
As the youngest of five children, she grew up in a very warm self-described “hysterically funny” Italian family on Long Island. She began acting at a very young age, or at least indulging in her creative fantasy world. Having always known that she wanted to be part of this industry, D’Amico applied to The School of Motion Imagine, Television, and Recording Arts at Florida State University.
The method is very selective, choosing only 16 students out of the total world every year to join their facilities. D’Amico proved herself in the program and graduated early with a entire body of work under her belt and a ticket to Los Angeles. D’Amico is not just an actress, she is an all around renaissance women who as well a singer and a filmmaker.
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||21-August-1976|
|Place of Birth||Deer Park, Long Island, New York, USA|