Spouse Alice Dodd (m. 2004)
Role Television actress
|Name Jillian Armenante|
Years active 1991–present
Education Ramapo High School
|Born July 5, 1968 (age 55) (1968-07-05) Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.|
Children Hazel Georgia Dodd Armenante, Heloise Margaret Armenante Dodd
Nominations Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
Movies and TV shows Bad Teacher, Fresh Off the Boat, Judging Amy, Girl - Interrupted, The Dark Knight Rises
Similar People Alice Dodd, Hudson Yang, Matthew J Evans, Forrest Wheeler, Lucille Soong
Jillian armenante an american television and film actress
Jillian Armenante (born July 5, 1968) is an American television and film actress, known for playing the role of Donna Kozlowski on the TV show Judging Amy.
- Jillian armenante an american television and film actress
- No on 8 jillian armenante her wife alice dodd
- Life and career
No on 8 jillian armenante her wife alice dodd
Life and career
Her feature-film credits include Contagion, Bad Teacher, A Mighty Heart, North Country and Girl, Interrupted. On television, Armenante has made guest appearances on several shows including Shameless, Medium, Party Down, Castle, The Closer, Private Practice, Grey's Anatomy, Las Vegas, ER, Six Feet Under, The West Wing, and Northern Exposure.
With Alice Dodd, her wife, Armenante co-produced, co-directed and co-wrote Laura Comstock's Bag-Punching Dog and In Flagrante Gothicto at the Circle X Theatre Company. Laura Comstock's Bag-Punching Dog won the Theatre L.A. Ovation Award for "Best New Musical" and "Best Musical Production".
In Flagrante Gothicto received:
In Flagrante Gothicto was produced at The Empty Space Theatre in Seattle in their 2003 season.
Armenante directed the world premiere of Great Men Of Science, Nos. 21 & 22. The show received a Theatre L.A. Ovation Award for "Best Production in a 99 seat theatre", and The L.A. Weekly Award for Best Production. She also produced The Texarkansas Waltz at Circle X Theatre.
Regionally, she has acted at the Empty Space Theatre in the title role of The Salvation Of Iggy Scrooge; at the Group Theatre in Marisol; at New City Theatre in Stript and 3 Americanisms.
She played "Melony" in a stage version of The Cider House Rules which was performed at The Atlantic Theater in New York City, the Seattle Repertory Theatre, and at The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. For this role she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award, received a Garland Award and a Theatre World Award for "Debut on the New York Stage". The show also received a Theatre L.A. Ovation Award for "Best Production in a Larger Theatre".
In Seattle, she was a member of Annex Theatre for eight years, where she appeared in The Fatty Arbuckle Spookhouse Review, Bessemer's Spectacles, Tattoo Girl, and Hamlet The Musical. At Annex, she directed Triplets In Uniform, Exquisite Torture, and Running From Boomerangs. She was the Associate Artistic Director for Alice B. Theatre where she produced Pretty, Witty and Gay and Memory Tricks by Marga Gomez at the Broadway Performance Hall.