Maria Tecce

Maria is an Italian-American singer, actress and composer.

Recent credits include “Red-Headed Nuala” in hilarious live comedy trio THE NUALAS touring shows nationwide to critical acclaim. In television, she appeared as Donna Welty in contemporary 6-part thriller ACCEPTABLE RISK directed by Kenneth Glenaan for Saffron Pictures.

Further screen credits include IN AMERICA directed by Jim Sheridan, Camille Barnett in FAIR CITY, INSPECTOR GENTLY directed by Euros Lyn for the BBC,  Jane Grey in ROCK RIVALS directed by Sydney McCartney for ITV, SPEED DATING (2000AD Productions), THE HONEYMOONERS directed by John Shultz (Fox/MGM), HONEYMOON FOR ONE for Hallmark and the role of Leading Lady in short film I HATE MUSICAL’S – THE MUSICAL directed by Michael Lavelle for Tilted Pictures.

Recent theatre credits include Alidia Slade in ROMAN HOLIDAY directed by Michael James-Ford at Bewley’s Café Theatre and VIVA! with Devine Productions.

Previous stage credits include Oberon & Theseus in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM directed by Pat Kiernan for Corcadorca, ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS at The Helix, Émilie in Christopher Hampton’s LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES directed by Michael Barker-Caven at the Gate Theatre, LA MEREA (Bedrock) and ECLIPSED directed Caroline Fitzgerald for Galloglass.

Maria co-starred as Lee in the European premiere of the Canadian play VERY HEAVEN by Ann Lambert in Stanislavsky-based Focus Theatre in Dublin. She toured with Storytellers Theatre Company’s critically acclaimed and award-nominated DREAM OF A SUMMER’S DAY, THE COUNTRY BOY directed by Zoe Seaton for Big Telly and Theatre Royal’s production of the German one-woman cabaret show TONIGHT: LOLA BLAU.

Further stage work includes JAZZ HOTALL ABOUT LOVE NIGHT & THE CITY, RED… HOT & TECCE, TORCH SONG, and LUSH LIFE.