MARIA PITILLO (Audrey) has starred in such films as Garry
Marshall's "Dear God," opposite Greg Kinnear; "Bye,
Bye Love," with Matthew Modine, Paul Reiser and Randy Quaid
and "She-Devil," with Maryl Streep and Roseanne. She
played Mary Pickford in Sir Richard Attenborough's "Chaplin"
and made her movie debut in "Spike of Bensonhurst."
Pitillo recently completed the film "Something To Believe
In," opposite William McNamara, which shot on locations in
Italy. Additional film credits include "Natural Born Killers,"
"True Romance" and "White Palace."
is known to television audiences for her role on the Fox comedy
series "Partners," in which she starred opposite Jon
Cryer and Tate Donovan. She is currently in development on a new
half-hour sitcom for Columbia/TriStar and NBC. Other television
credits include the telefilms "Between Love & Honor,"
which aired on CBS; NBC's "Escape from Terror" and "Cooperstown"
and "The Lost Capone," both for TNT.
began her career on the daytime drama "Ryan's Hope"
and had a recurring role on the critically-acclaimed series "Middle
Ages" with Peter Reigent.
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