Anne DeVico

Anne DeVico



Anne DeVico is a multi-talented actress from New York City. She is best known for her roles in the films 'The Rocketeer' and 'The Girl in the Café'.

Anne was born in 1971 in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in a large Italian family of eight children. Anne developed an early love for music and acting, and studied vocal performance at the Hartt School of Music in Hartford, Connecticut.

After graduating from college, Anne moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. She made her first big break in 1995 with her role in the hit film 'The Rocketeer'. She portrayed the role of Jenny Blake, a young woman who helps the protagonist uncover a Nazi plot.

Since then, Anne has had a number of successful roles in both television and film. Some of her most notable performances include 'The Girl in the Café' (2005), 'Gentrification' (2007), and 'The Big Apple' (2008).

Anne is also well-known for her work on stage. She has performed in plays such as 'The Glass Menagerie' and 'The Cherry Orchard', and has received rave reviews for her performances.

In addition to acting, Anne is also an accomplished singer and songwriter. She has released two albums of original music, and has performed with several musical groups, including her own band, 'The DeVicos'.

Anne is an active member of the Hollywood community, and is involved in a number of charitable organizations. She is a strong advocate for the rights of women and children, and is passionate about environmental causes.

Anne is an inspiration to aspiring actors and performers everywhere. Her hard work and passion have enabled her to achieve success in the entertainment industry. She continues to challenge herself and strives to bring her best to every role she takes on.

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