Gisela Chipe


Gisela Chípe As an Ecuadorian-American born in Brazil, Gisela is no stranger to diverse and delicious stories. Her producing credits include Dog Days, Black?, This Boy’s Vida, The Graduate Series, & Con Dios. As an actress her film and television credits include Wasp Network, Diving Normal, Paper Cut, Dog Days, Black?, Monogamish, Luz Marina where she plays Luz, CBS’s The Good Wife, Recurring on NBC’s Manifest and her favorite work in Spanish, Bel Canto opposite Julianne Moore & Ken Watanabe. You may have heard Gisela’s voice in English and Portuguese in the promos for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil on NBC Universal and Univision. Gisela has appeared Off-Broadway in Emancipation: Nat Turner (Classical Theatre of Harlem), Laws of Motion (PS122), as well as in pioneering theaters all over the nation. A selection of those credits—Actors Theatre of Louisville: Humana Festival, Indecent (Guthrie Theater), Hamlet: Prince of Cuba (Asolo Repertory Theatre), Quixote Nuevo (Hartford Stage, Huntington & Alley Theatres), The Clean House, Blithe Spirit (Syracuse Stage), Water By the Spoonful (Studio Theatre), Bat Boy! The Musical, The Seagull, Comedy of Errors (Great Lakes Theatre & Idaho Shakespeare Festival), 1001, 9 Parts of Desire (Contemporary American Theater Festival), Doublewide (Florida Studio Theatre), Misalliance, Major Barbara, Barrymore Award-winning Tuesday (PTTP). Gisela received her training from University of Delaware—PTTP (M.F.A.) @giselachipe

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