About Josie DiVincenzo
Josie DiVincenzo started her acting career at the age of 4 when she
announced she was going to be a serious actress. The rest is well,
continuing to be an oral and written history.
After participating in every play though grammar and high school, Josie
went on to earn her BA and MFA degrees in Acting and Drama from
SUNY Fredonia and The University of Southern California, respectively.
She returned in 2010 after a successful career in Los Angeles in theatre,
TV and film to appear as Lady Macbeth in the award-winning and
audience favorite all-female Macbeth for Shakespeare in Delaware Park.
From there, offers to teach at Niagara U and NYU came in along with
other roles in Buffalo; with those opportunities and enjoying her family
and roots, she decided to make Buffalo her home again.
A veteran Buffalo actor with Shakespeare in Delaware Park, she recently
played Mistress Page in their critically and audience acclaimed The Merry
Wives of Windsor. Often appearing locally, roles include a one woman
show, DAI: Enough! at the Jewish Repertory Theatre for which she won
an Artie for Outstanding Actress and the Best of WNY prize for acting.  
Josie’s also worked at Rochester’s DCT, The Kavinoky Theatre, Buffalo
Laboratory Theatre, and The Irish Classical Theatre Co.
Josie can be seen on many popular prime time TV shows and indie films,
along with the feature films Daredevil with Ben Affleck and most recently,
Marshall, which was primarily shot in Buffalo, starring Chad Boseman,
Josh Gad and Kate Hudson.
With a knack for recognizing specific and personal behaviors in actors,
Josie has been successful in coaching professionals from LA to Buffalo to
NYC, helping artists to recognize the beliefs and experiences within
themselves that can be used for every character and script they
encounter.
Your own truth is your art; once you mingle it with imagination and the
words and situation you’re given, everything about your performance will
be specific, compelling and memorable.
Sanford Meisner said: “Acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary
circumstances." In order to do that, you’ve got to make it a habit to be
able to tap into what you know to be true, and how you would act in those
imaginary situations. Let’s find out what that is!

CLICK HERE for Josie's complete acting and teaching
resume.
About Josie DiVincenzo
Josie DiVincenzo started her acting career at the age of 4 when she
announced she was going to be a serious actress. The rest is well,
continuing to be an oral and written history.
After participating in every play though grammar and high school, Josie
went on to earn her BA and MFA degrees in Acting and Drama from
SUNY Fredonia and The University of Southern California, respectively.
She returned in 2010 after a successful career in Los Angeles in theatre,
TV and film to appear as Lady Macbeth in the award-winning and
audience favorite all-female Macbeth for Shakespeare in Delaware Park.
From there, offers to teach at Niagara U and NYU came in along with
other roles in Buffalo; with those opportunities and enjoying her family
and roots, she decided to make Buffalo her home again.
A veteran Buffalo actor with Shakespeare in Delaware Park, she recently
played Mistress Page in their critically and audience acclaimed The Merry
Wives of Windsor. Often appearing locally, roles include a one woman
show, DAI: Enough! at the Jewish Repertory Theatre for which she won
an Artie for Outstanding Actress and the Best of WNY prize for acting.  
Josie’s also worked at Rochester’s DCT, The Kavinoky Theatre, Buffalo
Laboratory Theatre, and The Irish Classical Theatre Co.
Josie can be seen on many popular prime time TV shows and indie films,
along with the feature films Daredevil with Ben Affleck and most recently,
Marshall, which was primarily shot in Buffalo, starring Chad Boseman,
Josh Gad and Kate Hudson.
With a knack for recognizing specific and personal behaviors in actors,
Josie has been successful in coaching professionals from LA to Buffalo to
NYC, helping artists to recognize the beliefs and experiences within
themselves that can be used for every character and script they
encounter.
Your own truth is your art; once you mingle it with imagination and the
words and situation you’re given, everything about your performance will
be specific, compelling and memorable.
Sanford Meisner said: “Acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary
circumstances." In order to do that, you’ve got to make it a habit to be
able to tap into what you know to be true, and how you would act in those
imaginary situations. Let’s find out what that is!

CLICK HERE for Josie's complete acting and teaching
resume.
About Josie DiVincenzo


Josie DiVincenzo started her acting career at the age of 4 when she announced
she was going to be a serious actress.

After participating in every play though grammar and high school, Josie went on to earn her BA
and MFA degrees in Acting and Drama from SUNY Fredonia and The University of Southern
California, respectively. She returned to her hometown of Buffalo, NY in 2010 after a successful
career in Los Angeles in theatre, TV and film to appear as Lady Macbeth in the award-winning and
audience favorite all-female Macbeth for Shakespeare in Delaware Park. From there, offers to
teach at Niagara University, and NYU came in along with other roles in Buffalo; with those
opportunities and enjoying her family and roots, she decided to make Buffalo her home again.

A veteran Buffalo actor with Shakespeare in Delaware Park, she recently played Mistress Page in
their critically and audience acclaimed The Merry Wives of Windsor. Often appearing locally, roles
include a one woman show, DAI: Enough! at the Jewish Repertory Theatre for which
she won an Artie for Outstanding Actress, and the Best of WNY prize for Best Actress in 2014.
Josie’s also worked at Rochester’s DCT, The Kavinoky Theatre, Buffalo Laboratory Theatre, and
The Irish Classical Theatre Co.

Josie can be seen on many popular prime time TV shows and indie films, along with the feature
films Daredevil with Ben Affleck and most recently, Marshall, which was primarily shot in Buffalo,
starring Chad Boseman, Josh Gad and Kate Hudson.

CLICK HERE for Josie's complete acting and teaching resume.