ELIZABETH MASUCCI is a New York City-based actor, producer, and director.  Her first passion in the performing arts was ballet, which she studied until moving to New York City to attend Fordham University at Lincoln Center. Most recently, she starred as a series regular alongside Edward Burns on the TV series PUBLIC MORALS (TNT) produced by Steven Spielberg. Other recent television credits include PERSON OF INTEREST (CBS), ELEMENTARY (CBS), THE AMERICANS (FX), ROYAL PAINS (USA), and THE CARRIE DIARIES (CW).

In film, she can be seen in a supporting role in Steve McQueen’s SHAME starring Michael Fassbender. Other films include THE BROOKLYN BANKER alongside Paul Sorvino, B- SIDE, THE IDEA OF MANHOOD, and HALF BROTHER.

On stage, Elizabeth was recently seen in Neil LaBute’s new play called AFTER THE WEDDING (59e59).

As a director and producer, she is currently creating a poetry short film anthology series. Her first short was based on the poem PHENOMENAL WOMAN by Maya Angelou starring Danielle Brooks (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, THE COLOR PURPLE).

And she also co-founded a production company called In the Meantime Productions with her friend and colleague Gia Crovatin. Their first production is a film adaptation of the play GOOD LUCK(IN FARSI) by Neil LaBute.