“She has a wonderfully plastic element to her expressions. She backs her characters up with real inner life and as a result it is hard to keep one’s eyes off her. With her yo-yo emotional range, she has a stage presence that is very reminiscent of Harpo Marx.”
Andrew Clark . TORONTO STAR
A "tour de force", Christina Sicoli is an Award winning actress, Character driven comedienne, Accomplished improvisor, Voice artist and Writer whose distinct uniqueness has allowed her to stand out in both the theatre and film world. She has earned a plethora of accolades including ELLE Canada's On The Radar, NOW Magazines Critics Pick, and various TOP 10 International festival selections. Most recently, she is nominated for two 2018 Canadian Comedy Awards (best female performance, best Writing/Small Cop) and a 2018 Leo Award (best performance/Small Cop) and is one of the recipients of the 2018 Women In Film & Television/Banff World Media Festival Mentorship for her female driven comedy series, Small Cop.
Her versatility has allowed her to transform with subtly and charisma earning her rave reviews over the past decade. A triple threat performer and character actor, Christina graduated with distinction from the Randolph Academy For The Performing Arts where a highlighted moment was tapping with world acclaimed dancer, Gregory Hines. She's had the honour of studying with the Boston Shakespeare Company, the renown Ivana Chubbuck, Vancouver's own Ben Ratner (Haven Studio), Deb Podowski (Austin-Tuck Studios), and has trained under
the acclaimed comedic clowns of horror, Mump and Smoot. An adored stage actress, she is a two time Dora Mavor Moore Award Winner and gifted character actor who embraces her characters to the fullest. She is a 2019 graduate of The Vancouver Arts Club 10th Annual Actors intensive.
No stranger to the comedy scene, she illustrates “razor sharp skills” and “impeccable comedic timing”. Performing in numerous festivals across North America (Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle) she's trained and performed with the renown Second City (Toronto), Upright Citizens Brigade (LA), Chicago Comedy Company, The IO Theatre, and Vancouver Theatre Sports League.
As a creator and writer, she’s earned international recognition for her works and has collaborated on numerous projects which gained official selections around the world. A penchant for troubled characters in socially awkward situations, she continues to draw from personal experience and explore outside influences that inspire her.