'I'm in love with love, so I'm always taking risks! I think it's part of love, taking risks'.
- Mélanie Laurent
I act to show people that they are not alone in how they feel.
Giorgia is an Italian actress in New York. She was most recently in a new play by Liza Berkeinmeir Scary Animals, directed by Leah Reddy. She has worked on the development of A Thousand Ways (The Public) and The Fever (La Mama) with 600 HIGHWAYMEN. Her own project This is Me Eating__, produced by her theater company Et Alia Theater, and has been in collaboration with Irondale Women Festival, New Ohio Theater and Rattlestick Playwrights Realm. Her favourite roles have included Lady Anne in Richard III directed by Gisela Cardenas as well as an Italian version of Joan of Arc in Eat and You Belong to Us written by MJ Kaufmann and directed by Melissa Crespo.
Giorgia graduated with Honors from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts with a Major in Drama and a Minor in Dance. Here she trained in Meisner with Vicki Hart, Grotowsky with Jonathan Makwaia, Commedia Dell’Arte with Jim Calder and The Method with Geoffrey Horne. She has also done a summer intensive at Guildhall School of Drama and Music in Shakespeare.
Valenti’s on camera work includes her co-starring role in The Right Reasons, a satire of The Bachelor written by CAA represented writer Liana Soneclear, for which she got a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Lee Strasberg Film Festival. She also has co-produced and co-starred in a new film called ‘Til Morning that is currently in Post-Production. Other films that Giorgia starred in have gotten recognition at The Cutting Room Film Festival, The New York Short Film Festival, the Hudson Comedy Film Festival and more.
Giorgia has been training in dancing and singing since she was a little girl, she is also extremely sporty and athletic. Whenever the sun is out you will hear her encourage all her friends to “go outside to play!”, whether that means ball games or hide and seek etc. She has been modeling since she was fourteen and she loves hosting big dinners with her friends. Fun fact: Giorgia lived in Italy till she was 10, in India till she was 17 and has been in New York ever since!
"Versatile Actress Explores Sense of Home and Feminism in Her Art"
- La Voce di New York
"Giorgia Valenti’s long relationship with the arts is first and foremost, global"
- Inner Voice Artists
"The Alliance of Alien Artists, will be honoring the cast for their off Broadway production, Flavia Sgoifo, Bianca Waechter, and Giorgia Valenti."
- The National Herald
“Giorgia Valenti's work is full of feelings."
Et Alia Theater to be part of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Global Form Festival this summer!
Giorgia started working with Gwyn Gilliss as an Assistant and did a showcase in front of 5 TOP Industry Professionals.
Giorgia auditioned for an Italian-American feature film through Julie Shubert Casting!