Melissa Errico

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Melissa Errico
Born Melissa Errico
(1970-03-23) March 23, 1970 (age 45)
New York, New York
Occupation Actress
Recording Artist
Years active 1982–present
Spouse(s) Patrick McEnroe (19th December 1998 – present)
Children Victoria Penny McEnroe (b. 21st April 2006)
Diana Katherine McEnroe and Juliette Beatrice McEnroe (b. 19th November 2008)

Melissa Errico is an actress, singer and recording artist. In addition to establishing herself on the Broadway stage in dramas and musicals, Melissa has appeared in prime time TV shows, feature films and concert halls across the world. She has released three solo studio albums to date.

The early years[edit]

Melissa Errico was born in New York Hospital and lived in New York City for five years while her New Jersey-raised father completed medical residency and her Brooklyn-native mother was a schoolteacher in Harlem. Both of first-generation Italian descent, her parents ultimately relocated the family to Manhasset, Long Island where her father established a medical practice in Orthopedics.[1] Melissa's parents saw the early spark of inspiration when they took their daughter to see the Broadway revival [2] of “On Your Toes." Uncannily, it was at the same theater (The Virginia) exactly ten years later where a 22-year old Melissa starred as Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway revival of "My Fair Lady," winning such accolades as "beguiling...irrepressible...and altogether endearing" (NY Times).[3] Growing up, Melissa combined her aptitude for gymnastics and ballet with a passion for musical theater and she performed in local theater groups on Long Island. She competed in gymnastics at a national level and by 6th grade spent summers at French Woods Camp for The Performing Arts.[4]

Starting her professional career at the age of 12, Melissa appeared on national television in the Sunbow Entertainment production, syndicated children’s TV series “The Great Space Coaster" (created by Kermit Love (original Muppet designer for Jim Henson) and Jim Martin (Emmy award winner for “Sesame Street”).[5] At French Woods, she was cast in major roles from her first summer at the age of 12 as Hedy La Rue in "How To Succeed..,"[6] followed by Eva Peron in "Evita" (opposite composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown),[7] Carla in "Nine" and Charity Barnum in "Barnum".[8] During two school years, Melissa was a member of the teen performance group “NY Cabaret Troupe” and regularly showcased with the group.[9]


Melissa Errico was accepted at Yale University and during her first year she drove into the city regularly for auditions. One afternoon, Melissa was seen waiting in a hallway for a summer stock call back for the role of Josie Cohan (originated by Bernadette Peters) in an upcoming Rhode Island Theater by the Sea’s production of “George M." Approached by Cameron Mackintosh's production team Melissa was asked to audition for the role of Cosette [10] [11] – she won the role and toured for a year in the First National Company of “Les Misérables”. She later returned and graduated from Yale University with an honors degree [12] in Art History & Philosophy.[13] While a student in New Haven, Melissa played Irina in "The Three Sisters" with Edward Norton.[14] During the summer of her junior year, Melissa studied acting, with a focus on Chekhov, Shaw & Shakespeare at the University of Oxford,[15] England where she took a master class with distinguished actor Jeremy Irons (with whom she would later co-star in two productions of the classic musical “Camelot" at The Hollywood Bowl and an acclaimed one-night only staged concert on Broadway at the Shubert Theater). She was accepted into the Yale Graduate School of Drama but opted instead to star in “Anna Karenina” as Princess Kitty on Broadway at The Circle in the Square. During this production, she was spotted by the producers casting the revival of "My Fair Lady."

The Ziegfeld connection[edit]

Her maternal grandmother was an operatic, lyric soprano;[16] her sister, Rose, who went on to become a successful Ziegfeld Follies girl, was known to have been one of the favorite dancers of the famed impresario (also appearing in the original production of "Show Boat" in 1927). Melissa is a member of the New York Ziegfeld Society.[17]



Having led musical theater companies on Broadway, Melissa has also appeared in straight plays, both high comedy and dramatic, by writers as varied as Oscar Wilde and Wallace Shawn. This is supported by her six Drama Desk award nominations in categories with such peers as Laura Linney, Viola Davis, Anne Hathaway and Alison Janney. Melissa is the recipient of a Tony Award nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Michel Legrand's "Amour"), four Outer Critics Circle Awards, five Drama League Honors, two Helen Hayes nods and a triumphant Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actress in “One Touch of Venus." She is the first recipient in history of the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actress in a Musical.

Her stage roles include:

Role Production Location Year
Cosette Les Misérables USA 1988
Princess Kitty Scherbatssky Anna Karenina Broadway 1992
Eliza Doolittle My Fair Lady Broadway 1993
Princess Maria Call Me Madam City Center Encores! New York 1995
Venus One Touch Of Venus City Center Encores! New York 1996
Gwendolen Fairfax The Importance Of Being Earnest Off - Broadway 1996
Betty Comden Make Someone Happy New York 1997
Tracy Lord High Society Broadway 1998
Barbara Major Barbara Off - Broadway 1998
Anna Karenina Anna Karenina Off - Broadway 2000
Anne Boleyn & Princess Elizabeth Rex Off - Broadway 2000
Isabelle Amour Broadway 2002
Dot/Marie Sunday In The Park With George Washington 2002
Eliza Doolittle My Fair Lady Hollywood Bowl 2003
Polly Peachum The Threepenny Opera Williamstown Theater Festival 2003
Mother Aunt Dan and Lemon Off - Broadway 2003
Mina Dracula - The Musical Broadway 2004
Sharon McLonergan Finian's Rainbow Off - Broadway 2004
Venus One Touch Of Venus Fully staged concert, Avery Fisher Hall, New York 2004
Guinevere Camelot Fully staged concert, Hollywood Bowl 2005
Sharon McLonergan Finian's Rainbow Westport Country Playhouse 2005
Maria Rainer The Sound Of Music Fully staged concert, Hollywood Bowl 2006
Kate Alive In The World New York 2007
Betty Haynes White Christmas Broadway 2009
Candida Candida Off - Broadway 2010
Fiona Brigadoon Fully staged concert, Broadway 2010
Helen The Gift Of The Gorgon New York 2011
Guinevere Camelot Fully staged concert, Broadway 2011
Nancy Oliver! Fully staged concert, Broadway 2012
Clara Passion Off - Broadway 2013
Annie Savoy Bull Durham - The Musical Atlanta 2014
Maria Cosway More Between Heaven And Earth Off - Broadway 2014 and 2015

Roles of particular significance

  • Eliza Doolittle: previewing from 26 November 1993, opening 9th December and running until May 1, 1994, Melissa starred as Eliza opposite Richard Chamberlain and Julian Holloway (who recreated his father’s role as Alfred P. Doolittle) at the Virginia Theater on Broadway. Well-received, David Richards (New York Times) commended the "beguiling newcomer" for her breakout performance - “As Ms. Errico delivers the exultant song, she does a backward somersault on the mattress, dives under the covers, pops right back out again, performs a balancing act on the headboard and generally carries on like a kid on Christmas Eve. The actress is irrepressible, gawky, and altogether endearing. Anyone playing Eliza, of course, can expect to be measured against Julie Andrews. Ms. Errico does not make so fine a fair lady, perhaps. But then I’m not sure Ms. Andrews was ever quite this frisky.” New York magazine also complimented her entrance by saying “Melissa Errico walked on stage, in her debut as Eliza Doolittle… a Julie Andrews-wannabe and walked off Broadway’s newest star.” Melissa was also praised not only for singing, "like a dream" but for the physicality she brought to the role, " a very physical Eliza, singing I Could Have Danced All Night as if she would never sit out a dance.[18] In 2003, Melissa took to the stage as Eliza once again, this time joined John Lithgow and Roger Daltrey for a 3-week production of “My Fair Lady” at The Hollywood Bowl, singing for sold-out audiences of 20,000 people nightly. Darryl H Miller of the LA Times congratulated Melissa whose “…musical numbers were particularly enchanting, as she turned her floating, fluttering soprano to a giddy rendition of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" and a woozily romantic version of "I Could Have Danced All Night." [19]
  • Venus: From 28 – 30 March 1996, Melissa made one of the most talked about and lauded appearances of her generation at The City Center Encores! Directed by Leonard Foglia (Master Class), she played the titular role in Kurt Weill's “One Touch of Venus." The only performer in over twenty years of the famed Encores! series to win an award, Melissa was named Outstanding Actress in a Musical (1996 Lucille Lortel Award) and she continues to revive this role in concert. The reviews were “love letters” [20] from the likes of the New York Times - “suddenly, an overnight sensation. As Venus, the Roman goddess of love, Ms. Errico stole the show.” (Peter Marks),[21] “Melissa Errico is, in a word, divine.” (Ben Brantley) [22] and Backstage “Melissa Errico must be a magician as well as the loveliest, most exciting, most desirable goddess ever to appear among mortals” (David Rosenberg). The first complete recording of the score in history, starring Melissa, was released 13 May 2014 on Jay Records and was supported by a Barnes & Noble tour hosted by Ted Chapin. On October 7, 2013, Melissa sang the complete show in a filmed concert at Symphony Space with Le Train Bleu orchestra conducted by Weill specialist James Holmes to rapturous notices.
  • Dot/Marie: In 2002, Errico was selected by Stephen Sondheim himself to star as Dot/Marie in “Sunday in The Park with George” for The Sondheim Celebration at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.[23] The production ran at the Eisenhower Theater, 31 May – 28 June. Melissa took to the stage with cartwheels in the opening number and appeared undressed in a bathtub of bubbles for the “Color and Light” sequence, replacing Bernadette Peter's iconic vanity table with her own Trademark image reminiscent of Impressionist Era iconography. Sondheim made lyric changes to accommodate the bathtub theme, adding in the words "soap" and "more scent." Melissa's work was recognized with a Helen Hayes Award nomination for Leading Actress in a Musical. Charles Isherwood of Variety documented she was “…in radiant voice…is particularly fetching as the young Dot…more demure than Bernadette Peters’ prickly original” while Mark Eden Horowitz in the Sondheim review raved of her portrayal saying” …Errico was languorous, playful, sensual and seductive. Errico’s Marie was knowing, sharp and both proprietary and protective in her love of George and Elaine. The most winning surprise was a perfect Charleston accent – the seeming proof of her pedigree.” Melissa reprised this performance at Avery Fisher Music Hall soon after. In subsequent years, Sondheim has invited her to sing from it at his 75th Birthday Concert on March 21st, 2005 directed by Richard Maltby, Jr and in Mike Nichols starry two-night benefit "Short Talks on the Universe" directed by Daniel Sullivan, also with Kevin Kline and Bette Midler. In June 2014, President Emeritus Michael Kaiser celebrated his farewell as acting president of The Kennedy Center and requested Melissa sing excerpts from "Sunday..." at a prestigious event in The State Department.[24][25]
  • Candida – Directed by the Oscar-winning set & costume designer, director and author Tony Walton, Melissa took on the title role in the Irish Repertory Theater’s revival of George Bernard Shaw’s play. The production ran 24th February – 25th April in 2010. Achieving another Drama Desk Award nomination for her portrayal, Melissa was reviewed as “…flawless in her performance of the title role, being at once luminous, tough-minded, and deceptively romantic. It's Errico's job in the play to make us understand why every man in the room, in their own way, is in love with Candida, and she does so with a lovely, understated performance.” (Theatermania [26]) while Variety approved, saying “Errico brings so much depth and common sense to her much-desired character that one never questions why all the fuss is being made about her.” (Sam Thielman).[27]
  • Annie Savoy – based on the MGM movie, Melissa won the lead role of Annie in the world premiere of the new musical, “Bull Durham” which played 3 September – 5 October 2014 at the Alliance theater in Atlanta, Georgia. Starring with fellow Broadway star, Will Swenson, Melissa obtained critical acclaim – “As the titillating tutor, Errico lands and decisively delivers one of the best roles of her career.” (Frank Rizzo, Variety).[28]


Maintaining a prolific theater career, Melissa has carved out an impressive track record in television, having worked with directors and creators such as Steven Soderbergh, Spike Lee, Tom Fontana and Darren Star. She was a series regular on Star's CBS' “Central Park West” and Darren went on to cast her in a recurring arc on "Miss Match." [29] Melissa has made strong guest appearances in internationally syndicated shows such as “Blue Bloods” (an intensely dramatic storyline as a Hasidic widow) and “The Good Wife” (both CBS) to her current work on Cinemax’s “The Knick” and “Billions” for Showtime.

She has sung on PBS, featured at The Kennedy Center singing from The King and I, as well as on many talk shows including Rosie O'Donnell, Caroline Rhea and Martha Stewart.[30][31][32]

As a parallel to her major TV commitments, Melissa has appeared in high-profile pilots for new shows:

  • The Spike Lee-helmed show, “M.O.N.Y” was produced by Tom Fontana for NBC in 2006 and charted a term of office for the Mayor of New York portrayed by Bobby Cannavale (Melissa played his wife).[35]
  • Produced by Kelsey Grammer, Melissa starred in her own NBC sitcom pilot entitled “Neurotic Tendencies” which told the story of a downtown actress’ relationship with an older man from the day they both hailed the same NYC taxi cab.[36]
  • "The Fighting Fitzgeralds" written and produced by Ed Burns, starring Brian Dennehy for CBS - Melissa once again was a series regular.[37]

TV highlights:

Show Role Year
Billions June 2015
The Knick Catherine Christiansen 2014
The Good Wife Ingrid Ballantine 2013
Blue Bloods Rivka Morganthal 2013
Martha Stewart Living Herself 2012
A Gifted Man Julie Tucker 2011
Good Morning America as Betty Haynes 2009
Six Degrees Sarah 2006
Sci-fi Investigates Herself 2006
M.O.N.Y (pilot) Mrs Capanelli 2006
Miss Match Laurel 2003
Law and Order Lindsay Tucker 2003
57th Annual Tony Awards Herself 2003
Short talks on the Universe - benefit performance Herself 2002
The Rosie O'Donnell Show Herself 2002
Ed Liz Stevens 2001
Neurotic Tendencies 2001
Norm Kim Cattino 2001
The Fighting Fitzgerald's (pilot) 2001
Smog (pilot) 1999
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as Tracy Lord 1998
Kennedy Center's 25th Anniversary Herself 1996
Central Park West Alex Bartoli Fairchild 1995 - 1996
The Cosby Mysteries Tricia Scott 1995
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade as Eliza Doolittle 1993
As The World Turns Rebecca 1987
The Great Space Coaster 1982


Melissa has appeared in mainstream and independent films working with directors and co-stars alike including: Angelina Jolie, Jim Caviezel, Kevin Bacon, Dennis Quaid, Robert Vaughn, Kyra Sedgwick, Stephen Herek and Don Scardino. She’s has appeared in thrillers, comedies and dramas.

Film Role Year
Broadway - The Next Generation Herself 2016
Max Rose Voice 2013
Patrimony Caroline 2011
Loverboy Miss Silken 2005
Life Or Something Like It Andrea 2002
Mockingbird Don't Sing Sandra Tannen 2001
Frequency Samantha Thomas 2000
Picture This Eve Weidegger 1999
Bury The Evidence The wife 1998
Loose Women Gail 1997

Melissa recorded her first film theme song for the movie, “Max Rose” in 2013 which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The soundtrack features an original score by multi award winning composer Michel Legrand and Melissa sings the main title track “Hurry Home” which can be heard throughout the film and during the closing credits. Filmmaker, Gary Gardner made a short film of the recording sessions for the song which can be seen on YouTube and features Melissa.[38]

Recording career[edit]

According to music critic Stephen Holden of The New York Times, "Melissa Errico has the power to take a sumptuous Broadway ballad to the moon and back!” and she has sustained an illustrious recording career, garnering kudos for her cast soundtracks as well as solo albums. The three solo albums to date have emphasised Melissa's interest in what she has termed "new standards," drawing together songs by Joni Mitchell, Billy Joel and Judy Collins into the same collection as Gershwin and Rodgers & Hart. Melissa was first signed to a record label when she was in her twenties by Bruce Lundvall [39] (president of Blue Note Records). She has collaborated with Randy Newman, Arif Mardin and Rob Mathes, who first worked with Melissa when she was invited to be a soloist at The Songwriters Hall of Fame concert, singing the Barbra Streisand hit "Didn't We?" for Jimmy Webb's induction.[40] Her artistic collaboration with Michel Legrand is well known and began when Melissa appeared in Legrand’s Broadway debut, “Amour”. Legrand also wrote 15 original orchestrations of his own songs for her album “Legrand Affair,” which was recorded by Phil Ramone and included a song for a 100 piece symphony; the outcome was described by The Wall Street Journal as a “spectacularly beautiful album.” [41] Melissa's recording of a song from David Shire's new musical "Table" was aired in April 2015 on NPR radio on The Jonathan Schwartz show for WYNC.[42]

Solo albums

“Blue Like That” (Manhattan Records/EMI) produced by Arif Mardin and released 25 February 2003.

“Lullabies and Wildflowers” (Velour/Universal Records, later Ghostlight Records) produced by Rob Mathes and released 29 April 2008.

“Legrand Affair” (Ghostlight Records) produced by Phil Ramone and was released 18 October 2011.

“More Lullabies and Wildflowers” – 2 track single to benefit The Bowery Babes (“How Are Things In Glocca Morra ?” and “Maybe Someone Dreamed Us” – both previously unreleased) – 18 May 2015.[43]

Cast albums

  • Call Me Madam – Encores Cast (1995).
  • “High Society” – Original Broadway Cast (1998).
  • “Amour" – Original Broadway Cast (2003).
  • “Finian’s Rainbow” – Irish Repertory Theater Cast Recording (2004).
  • “Sadie Thompson” - World premiere recording (2005).
  • “Anna Karenina” – The Broadway Musical (2007).
  • One Touch of Venus – first complete recording (2014).

Miscellaneous recordings

  • Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” – “The Musicality of Lerner & Loewe”.
  • The Mockingbird Song” – “Mockingbird Don’t Sing” soundtrack.
  • Blue Skies/It’s a Lovely Day Today” (duet with Malcolm Gets) – “The Journey Home”.
  • In Love In Vain” from “Jerome Kern: Life Upon The Wicked S.T.A.G.E.
  • There’s a Small Hotel” & “People Will Say We’re In Love” (duet with Patrick Quinn) – “Wall to Wall Richard Rodgers”.
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” from “Weihnachten with Jose Van Dam”.
  • Maybe Someone Dreamed Us” from “Legrand Affair” appears on the deluxe boxset, “Michel Legrand Anthology” (disc 10, track 16).
  • Otherwise” by Jane Kenyon – “Poetic License” – 100 poems/100 performers, part 3 (available on ITunes).
  • Hurry Home” – “Max Rose” Original Film Soundtrack.


Melissa has sang all over the world in night clubs, theaters, opera houses and Performing Arts venues. Her appearances include shows at 54 Below, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, The Oak Room, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Café Carlyle. She was also asked to reprise her performance as Venus at City Center Encores! Broadway Bash! [44] in November 2001. Melissa made her London debut in May 2008 when she starred in “Jerry Herman’s Broadway” [45] at the London Palladium with Dame Angela Lansbury, Barbara Cook and Ron Raines. She’s taken part in three Symphony Space Wall to Wall events to commemorate Stephen Sondheim, Kurt Weill & Richard Rodgers in NYC. Ms Errico works regularly with symphony orchestras touring the United States delivering a range of Broadway standards from her repertoire.

Awards and recognition[edit]

Melissa has been recognized with wins and nominations for her dramatic and musical work on stage.

Year Award Category Production Nomination or Win
2013 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Passion Nomination
2010 Drama Desk Award Best Actress in a Play Candida Nomination
2004 Drama Desk Award Best Actress in a Musical Finian's Rainbow Nomination
2004 Drama League Honoree Finian's Rainbow Win
2003 Tony Award Best Actress in a Musical Amour Nomination
2003 Outer Critics Circle Award Best Actress in a Musical Amour Nomination
2003 New York Drama League Honoree Win
2002 Helen Hayes Award Best Actress Sunday In The Park With George Nomination
1998 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical High Society Nomination
1998 Outer Critics Circle Award Best Actress in a Musical High Society Nomination
1998 New York Drama League Honoree High Society & Major Barbara Win
1997 Bay Area Critics Circle Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical High Society Win
1997 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a play The Importance of Being Earnest Nomination
1996 Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical One Touch of Venus Win
1994 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical My Fair Lady Nomination
1993 Helen Hayes Award Best Actress in a Musical My Fair Lady Nomination

Melissa is an honorary member of the Noel Coward Society following her headlining the society’s awards in 2011.

Personal life[edit]

Melissa is the middle child of Dr. Michael & Angela Errico of Manhasset, N.Y. She has 2 siblings – Mike (a singer-songwriter, author and teacher) & Melanie (a fashion and jewelry designer). She met her husband, former tennis professional and ESPN sports commentator Patrick McEnroe when they were in grade school together.[46] They married 19 December 1998 at the Holy Trinity Church on W. 82nd Street.[47] Making Manhattan their home, the couple have three daughters – Victoria Penny McEnroe (born 21 April 2006), Diana Katherine McEnroe & Juliette Beatrice McEnroe (born 19 November 2008). In March 2015, the family grew once again – their Yorkshire terrier pup, “Pepper” arrived.[48]


Melissa blogs regularly, documenting her life with words and photographs. Over the course of her career, Melissa has written lyrics – “Gentle Child” appears on her 2008 solo recording, “Lullabies and Wildflowers” and she also authored “Musings” – an essay which details the chronology of her album “Legrand Affair”. Ms Errico is asked to guest lecture on acting, personal renewal and positive thinking (topics she’s blogged about in “Sounds from My Heart). She was principal speaker at the Annual Broadway Blessing in 2013 joining the ranks of such regular speakers there as Marian Seldes and Lynn Redgrave.[49][50]

Social media[edit]

Her website collates Melissa’s career and achievements to date as well as being the home of her blog, “Sounds from My Heart”. She also has a YouTube, channel and maintains an active presence on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Melissa Errico founded the original Bowery Babes in 2005 and maintains her seat on the Board of Directors for this New York based non-profit 501-c3 organization. Committed to supporting women from pregnancy through the early stages of motherhood, The Bowery Babes also works to protect and promote green or play space in Manhattan. With a membership of nearly 3000 families, the Bowery Babes are known for their multilingual playdates, picnics, lectures and vibrant online forums which are guided by a network of volunteers. The Bowery Babes and Melissa herself were the recipients of recognition from the Mayors’ office in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy for their substantial engagement and response to the plight of families in Far Rockaway. From its inception, Bowery Babes has worked with many like-minded charities, actively raising money for other non-profit organisations. Activities include toy drives, an annual holiday giving collection for Baby Buggy, supporting “Cookies for Cancer” and engaging with Bette Midler’s NY Restoration Project.[51]


Once termed by the New York Times as “The Workshop Queen”,[52] Melissa has taken part in developmental workshops for major shows which went on to fully fledged productions on Broadway. In addition, Melissa also originated the lead role of Margaret, (later recorded by Linda Ronstadt) in a workshop of Randy Newman’s “Faust” [53] and in 2012 she performed in a reading of “Beauty” (a re-telling of “Sleeping Beauty”) scored by Regina Spektor.[54]


Melissa has completed a full workshop and recording of the new David Shire musical “Table” with book and lyrics by Adam Gopnik (New York Magazine) [55] She has been cast in Showtime’s new Wall Street themed TV drama, “Billions” and will appear at “The Night of a Thousand Judy’s” on June 1 at the Kaufman Music Center in New York.[56][57] [58] Melissa will join the company of the Irish Repertory Theater's "Yeats: The Celebration" at the Town Hall, Manhattan on June 8th. [59] In November 2015, she will debut her new, one woman show at Joe's Pub, New York which she will co-write with Adam Gopnik.[60]


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