Gloria Votsis

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Gloria Votsis
Born (1979-02-09) February 9, 1979 (age 39)
Pittsford, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Gloria Votsis (born February 9, 1979) is an American actress. She is known for her small roles in several TV series such as Hawaii Five-0, The Gates, CSI, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, Person of Interest, and Suburgatory. Votsis also had a starring role in the film The Education of Charlie Banks alongside Jesse Eisenberg. She also recurred as Alex Hunter on the USA drama White Collar.[1]

Early life[edit]

Gloria Votsis was born and grew up in Upstate New York to a self-professed "big Greek family". At the age of 17, she studied abroad for her senior year of high school in France and attended New York University upon graduating.[2]


Votsis began her career starring in commercials, most notably several toothpaste commercials for Crest. From there she began starring in minor roles on TV shows. In 2010, she was cast as Vanessa Buckley in the short-lived TV series The Gates. The same year she began portraying Alex Hunter, a thief, in the USA Network series White Collar. She has appeared in nine episodes.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Votsis speaks French, Greek, and her native English fluently. She lives with her "handsome puggle" named Bernie.[2] Votsis married Scott Davis on September 5, 2015.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Sex and the City Prada Clerk "Lights, Camera, Relationship"
2005 NCIS Dana "Kill Ari: Part 2"
2005 Inconceivable Sophia Contini "Face Your Demon Semen", "The Last Straw"
2005 Love, Inc. Megan "Amen"
2006 Jake in Progress Megan "The Hot One"
2007 Six Degrees Karen Clarke "Sedgewick's"
2008 Dirt Jen "And the Winner Is"
2009 Cupid Holly "Pilot"
2009 The Philanthropist Luellen "Pilot"
2009 CSI: NY Risa Calaveras "Epilogue"
2010 The Gates Vanessa Buckley 5 episodes
2010 Blue Bloods Sabrina "After Hours"[4]
2010–2012 White Collar Alex Hunter 9 episodes
2011 CSI: Miami Sgt. Jennifer Swanson "Last Stand"
2011 Suburgatory Zoe "The Nutcracker", "Thanksgiving"
2012 Hawaii Five-0 Holly Malone "Mai Ka Wa Kahiko"
2012 Person of Interest Maxine Angelis "Bury the Lede"
2013 The Millers Sonya "Cancellation Fee"
2014 Grimm Younger Kelly Burkhardt "Synchronicity"
2015 Beauty & the Beast (2012 TV series) Julianna Keaton 3 episodes
2015 The Night Shift (TV series) Lydia Ragosa "Need To Know"
2015 Criminal Minds Agent Debbie Webster "Awake"


Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Education of Charlie Banks Nia Film won Best New York Narrative at the Tribeca Film Festival
2008 Train Claire
2008 Killer Movie Keir


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