|Born||Anita Louise Barone
September 25, 1964
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Matthew Glave (2 children)|
Life and career 
Barone was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She earned her BFA from the University of Detroit Mercy, followed by an MFA from Wayne State University where she was taught by director/professor Robert T. Hazzard.
Barone appeared in the fourth-season Seinfeld episode "The Shoes" as Gail Cunningham, a chef who wanted Elaine's shoes. In the early 1990s, she was a regular cast member of Carol and Company with actress Carol Burnett. Barone also played Carol Willick, Ross's ex-wife, in the character's first appearance in Friends but left the show as she wanted to pursue a more full time role. She starred on The Jeff Foxworthy Show for the first season (1995–1996) and in The War at Home from 2005 to 2007. In 2000, Barone also co-starred in the sitcom Daddio.
Barone's other television credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Quantum Leap, Empty Nest, Chicago Hope, Castle, Do Not Disturb, Ally McBeal, Caroline in the City, Party of Five and The Larry Sanders Show.
In 2004, she was the recipient of the 2005 Methodfest best supporting actress award for her work in feature film, One Last Ride.
In 2010, Barone began her recurring role in the Disney Channel sitcom Shake It Up as Officer Georgia Jones, the mother of Bella Thorne's character CeCe Jones. In the Shake It Up Episode "Parent Trap it Up" her real life husband Matthew Glave plays her divorced husband J.J Jones.
Personal life 
Barone is married to actor Matthew Glave, with whom she has two daughters, Madeline and Roxanne. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her family.
- The Rosary Murders (1987)
- Ricohet (1991)
- The Takeover (1995)
- Just Friends (1996)
- Running Time (1997)
- Just Write (1997)
- Dream With the Fishes (1997)
- Santa's Little Helper (1999)
- The Sex Monster (1999)
- Buttleman (2002)
- One Last Ride (2003)
- Friends – Carol Willick, Ross's ex wife (one episode, 1994)
- The Jeff Foxworthy Show – n/a (1995–1996)
- Daddio – (2000)
- The War at Home – Vicky Gold (2005–2007)
- "Castle (Tv series) vampire weekend" - Janice Freeman (2009)
- Shake It Up – Georgia Jones (2010–present) (recurring role)
- Theatre alumni reach a larger audience, University of Detroit Mercy
- Hilberry Theatre's Robert T. Hazzard Dead at 74, Playbill.com
- Neither the Parents Nor the Kids Are All Right New York Times review for The War at Home
- Anita Barone Biography (1964-), Film Reference
- "Seven Times Lucky" and "Beautiful Kid" Take Two at Method Fest, IndieWire.com