October 23, 1957 |
New York City
|Residence||Fort Myers Beach, Florida|
|Occupation||Actress, producer, acting instructor|
Elizabeth D'Onofrio (born October 23, 1957) is an American film producer, actress, and acting coach of Italian descent. She conducts Audition Workshops throughout the US. Her younger brother is actor Vincent D'Onofrio. She is also one of the founders of the River Run Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina along with her brother Vincent and their father Gene D'Onofrio. She was also involved in the Naples Film Festival, Fort Myers Film Festival, and is the talent and film coordinator for The Fort Myers Beach Film Festival. She is married to musician Shawn Halladay and has a son, Hakan D'Onofrio from a previous relationship, and two stepdaughters, Alicia and Chantal Halladay.
Recent acting roles include Simple Things, Awaken the Dawn, Dear Angry (2005) and The Chocolate Fetish (2004). Elizabeth D'Onofrio teaches TV and Film Acting Skills at The Laboratory Theater of Florida.
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