Timilee Romolini

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TIMILEE ROMOLINI ______________________________________________________________________ mini biography Los Angeles Magazine included Timilee Romolini as #4 on it's TOP TEN LIST for her title lead in the indie film The Velvet Club. In it Romolini revisited her roots and celebrated the Academy Award®-winning classic film Cabaret, with her own style and splendor. Born and raised in New York, Romolini began her career as a professional dancer and choreographer both on and off Broadway. Her unique appeal (an exotic mix of Italian, Spanish and Inca decent), along with her perfect physique lent to an invitation from Wacoal to represent their sportswear line as their official Cover Model. Complimenting her East Coast upbringing, Romolini took over the role of WENDY in Aven'U Boys from (first) Marisa Tomei, and (then) Lili Taylor. Venice Magazine (2000) quoted Romolini's performance as "Among
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TIMILEE ROMOLINI
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Los Angeles Magazine included Timilee Romolini as #4 on it's TOP TEN LIST for her title lead in the indie film The Velvet Club. In it Romolini revisited her roots and celebrated the Academy Award®-winning classic film Cabaret, with her own style and splendor.

Born and raised in New York, Romolini began her career as a professional dancer and choreographer both on and off Broadway. Her unique appeal (an exotic mix of Italian, Spanish and Inca decent), along with her perfect physique lent to an invitation from Wacoal to represent their sportswear line as their official Cover Model.

Complimenting her East Coast upbringing, Romolini took over the role of WENDY in Aven'U Boys from (first) Marisa Tomei, and (then) Lili Taylor. Venice Magazine (2000) quoted Romolini's performance as
"Among the intensity, Timilee Romolini provides hilarious
comedic relief...delivers an unforgettable performance..."

It is Romolini's (2000-2001) work in television, on Emmy® Award-winning series like ER and CSI, that has recently thrust her into the public eye. Often referring to herself as "...a foster child of TV", Romolini has contributed her talents and bounced from one prime-time and cable hit to the next.
In 2001, Romolini won the role of MARYBETH WHITMAN on CBS's popular drama Family Law where she portrayed the estranged daughter of Dixie Carter's character in the last season before the series met it's unfortunate end.

Romolini took the "hiatus" as an opportunity to write a book relating to mental health issues and has now joined an elite group of other strong female actors by jumping into the driver's seat, and adding PRODUCER to her resume.
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