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Annabella Gloria Philomena Sciorra

(1960-03-29) March 29, 1960 (age 62)
Years active1988–present
Joe Petruzzi
(m. 1989;div. 1993)

Annabella Gloria Philomena Sciorra ( /ˈʃɔːrə/ SHOR, Italian:  [ˈʃɔrra] ; born March 29, 1960) [3] is an American actress. She came to prominence with her film debut in True Love (1989), earning an Independent Spirit nomination for Best Female Lead. Subsequent projects included a mixture of mainstream and small-scale films in the drama, comedy, action and thriller genres, such as Cadillac Man , Internal Affairs , Reversal of Fortune (all 1990), The Hard Way and Jungle Fever (1991), The Hand That Rocks the Cradle , Whispers in the Dark (both 1992), Romeo Is Bleeding , Mr. Wonderful , The Night We Never Met (all 1993), The Cure (1995), Cop Land , Mr. Jealousy (both 1997), What Dreams May Come (1998), Chasing Liberty (2004), and Find Me Guilty (2006). She has worked with filmmaker Abel Ferrara three times: The Addiction (1995), The Funeral (1996), and New Rose Hotel (1998).


Outside of film, Sciorra has played recurring roles on Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2005–2006), ER , The L Word (both 2007), CSI (2013), GLOW , Daredevil , Luke Cage (all 2018), Truth Be Told (2019–2020), New Amsterdam , Godfather of Harlem (both 2021), and Blue Bloods (2021–2022). She also starred as Kim Vicidomini in the CBS series Queens Supreme (2003) and as Nora Skoff in Fox's Mental (2009), and was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for portraying Gloria Trillo on The Sopranos (2001–2004). Her stage credits include The Motherfucker with the Hat (Broadway, 2011), for which she received a Theatre World Award.

Sciorra was regarded as one of the key figures of the MeToo movement after speaking out against Harvey Weinstein and subsequently testifying at his sexual assault trial. [4]

Early life

Sciorra was born in the Brooklyn borough of New York City to Italian immigrant parents. [2] Her mother was a fashion stylist from Formia, Lazio, and her father a veterinarian from Carunchio, Abruzzo. [5] [6] Sciorra studied dance as a child, and later took drama lessons at the Herbert Berghof Studio and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. [7]


1989–1990: Film debut and early work

After making her professional acting debut with a supporting role in the 1988 television miniseries The Fortunate Pilgrim , where she appeared alongside Sophia Loren, Sciorra made her feature film debut playing the character of Donna in the 1989 romantic comedy-drama True Love . Her performance was praised by critics, with Janet Maslin of The New York Times commenting, "Ms. Sciorra, with her gentle beauty and hard-as-nails negotiating style, perfectly captures the mood of the film, and makes Donna fully and touchingly drawn". [8] The part earned Sciorra a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead the following year. [9]

Various film roles came next, including the Richard Gere thriller Internal Affairs , the Robin Williams comedy Cadillac Man , and the acclaimed drama Reversal of Fortune , in which she co-starred with Glenn Close and Jeremy Irons (all 1990). The latter received three Academy Award nominations. [10]

1991–2000: Jungle Fever, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and continued film career

In 1991, after her supporting role alongside Michael J. Fox, James Woods and Stephen Lang in the American buddy cop comedy film The Hard Way directed by John Badham and released at the beginning of the year, Sciorra encountered widespread attention with her co-lead role as Angie Tucci—opposite Wesley Snipes—in the acclaimed Spike Lee drama Jungle Fever , [11] which was shortlisted for the Palme d'Or at that year's Cannes Film Festival. [12] In his review for the Los Angeles Times , Kenneth Turan wrote that Sciorra was "possessed of considerable presence, assurance and vulnerability". [13] The following year, she starred alongside Rebecca De Mornay in Curtis Hanson's successful psychological thriller The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992), which held the top position at the North American box office for four consecutive weeks. [14] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly felt that, with her portrayal of Claire Bartel, Sciorrra "brings her eye-of-the-storm serenity to the role of a passionately ordinary middle-class woman", giving an "accomplished performance", [15] while Variety said in their review: "A totally deglamorized Sciorra becomes unglued subtly and slowly, eliciting sympathy without begging for it". [16] In subsequent years the film has been regarded as one of the quintessential examples of 1990s genre filmmaking. [17] [18]

Sciorra continued to work steadily throughout the decade. Film parts included the romantic lead—opposite Matthew Broderick—in The Night We Never Met ; neo-noir crime thriller Romeo Is Bleeding , with Gary Oldman; Mr. Wonderful , with Matt Dillon (all 1993); cult filmmaker Abel Ferrara's The Addiction (1995) and The Funeral (1996); James Mangold's box office hit Cop Land (1997), [19] with Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro; and the fantasy drama What Dreams May Come (1998), in which she co-starred for a second time with Robin Williams. Film critic Roger Ebert described her portrayal of Annie Nielsen in the latter as "heartbreakingly effective". [20]

2001–present: The Sopranos and subsequent television roles

In 2001, Sciorra received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in the category of Outstanding Guest Actress for her portrayal of Gloria Trillo on HBO's acclaimed crime drama The Sopranos , a part—described as "career changing" by Entertainment Weekly [21] —she played intermittently until 2004.

In 2006, she co-starred with Vin Diesel in Find Me Guilty , directed by Sidney Lumet. The film, based on the true story of the longest Mafia trial in American history, was described as "gripping" by Stephen Holden of The New York Times, who also called Sciorra's performance "excellent". [22]

Subsequent credits included starring roles in the CBS courtroom drama series Queens Supreme (2003) and the Fox medical drama Mental (2009), a recurring role as Detective Carolyn Barek on Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2005–2006), and guest appearances on shows such as The L Word , ER , The Good Wife , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , and GLOW .

In 2018, Sciorra played the guest role of Rosalie Carbone on the second season of Netflix's Luke Cage . Of Sciorra's casting, executive producer Cheo Hodari Coker said: "I've been a huge fan of hers since Jungle Fever, and [she's] no joke as Rosalie Carbone. You haven't seen her this gangster since [...] The Sopranos. I'm thrilled her introduction to the Marvel Universe will be [this show]". [23] [24] Later that year, she reprised the role of Carbone for two episodes of Netflix's Daredevil . [25]

Between 2019–2020, Sciorra played the role of Erin Buhrman in seven episodes of the Apple TV+ series Truth Be Told .

Personal life

Sciorra was married to actor Joe Petruzzi from 1989 to 1993. In 2004, she began a relationship with Bobby Cannavale which lasted for three years; the relationship ended in 2007. [26]

In October 2017, Sciorra leveled allegations of rape against the film producer Harvey Weinstein. [27] [28] In an article published by The New Yorker , [29] Sciorra alleged that Weinstein raped her after he forced his way into her apartment in 1993, then over a number of years repeatedly harassed her. [11] [27] [30] [31] Sciorra was the key witness addressing the predatory sexual assault charges during Weinstein's trial in 2020, leading to his conviction. [32]



1989 True Love Donna
1990 Internal Affairs Heather Peck
Cadillac Man Donna
Reversal of Fortune Sarah
1991 The Hard Way Susan
Jungle Fever Angie Tucci
1992 The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Claire Bartel
Whispers in the Dark Ann Hecker
1993 The Night We Never Met Ellen Holder
Romeo Is Bleeding Natalie Grimaldi
Mr. Wonderful Leonora
1995 The Addiction Casanova
The Cure Linda
1996 The Innocent Sleep Billie Hayman
Underworld Dr. Leah
The Funeral Jean
1997 Little City Nina
Destination Anywhere: The Film DorothyVideo
Cop Land Liz Randone
Mr. Jealousy Ramona Ray
Highball Molly
1998 New Rose Hotel Madame Rosa
What Dreams May Come Annie Collins-Nielsen
2000Above SuspicionLisa Stockton [33]
King of the Jungle Mermaid
Once in the Life Maxine
2001 Sunday Betibù
Sam the Man Cass
2004 Chasing Liberty Cynthia Morales
American Crime Jane BergerVideo
2005 12 and Holding Carla Chuang
2006 Find Me Guilty Bella DiNorscio
Marvelous Lara
2012 A Green Story Chloe
2013 The Maid's Room Mrs. Crawford
2014 Don Peyote Giulietta
Friends and Romans Angela DeMaio
Wishin' and Hopin' Ma
2015Stranger in the HouseMrs. Menabar
Alto Sofia Del Vecchio
2016 Back in the Day Mary
2019 The Kitchen Maria Coretti
2021Before I GoSamantha [34]
TBAFresh KillsChristine [35]


1988 The Fortunate Pilgrim OctaviaMain cast
1991 Prison Stories: Women on the Inside NicoleTV movie
1995 Favorite Deadly Sins BrendaTV movie
1997 Asteroid Lily McKeeTV movie
2001 Touched by an Angel Dr. Sarah ConoverEpisode: "The Face of God"
JeniferMeredith EstessTV movie
2001–04 The Sopranos Gloria Trillo Recurring cast (season 3), guest (season 4-5)
2003 Queens Supreme Judge Kim VicidominiMain cast
2004 The Handler -Episode: "The Big Fall"
The Madam's Family: The Truth About the Canal Street BrothelJeanette MaierTV movie
Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story Connie VolkosTV movie
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Maggie DettweilerEpisode: "The Abominable Showman"
2005–06 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Det. Carolyn Barek Main cast (season 5)
2007 The L Word Kate ArdenRecurring cast (season 4)
ER Diana MooreEpisode: "Photographs and Memories" & "Lights Out"
2009 Mental Nora SkoffMain cast
2010 The Whole Truth Madeline LandonEpisode: "When Cougars Attack"
2012 The Good Wife Lesli RandEpisode: "Waiting for Knock"
2013 Blue Bloods Grace MeherinEpisode: "Front Page News"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nancy BrassEpisode: "Skin in the Game" & "The Devil and D.B. Russell"
2014 Taxi Brooklyn Jeanette VandercroixEpisode: "Black Widow"
2017 Bull ADA Shelly GiordanoEpisode: "Bring it On"
2018 Luke Cage Rosalie Carbone Episode: "Can't Front on Me" & "They Reminisce Over You"
GLOW Rosalie BiagiRecurring cast (season 2)
Daredevil Rosalie CarboneEpisode: "Revelations" & "A New Napkin"
2019–20 Truth Be Told Erin BuhrmanRecurring cast (season 1)
2021 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Carolyn Barek Episode: "Hunt, Trap, Rape, and Release" [36]
New Amsterdam Dr. Romy LucioRecurring cast (season 3)
Godfather of Harlem Fay BonannoRecurring cast (season 3)
The Blacklist Michaela BelucciEpisode: "The Avenging Angel (No. 49)"
2021–22 Blue Bloods Faith MarconiRecurring cast (season 11), guest (season 12)
2022 Tulsa King Joanne Manfredi


1994Those the River KeepsSusie Off-Broadway
1999 The Vagina Monologues PerformerOff-Broadway
2011 The Motherfucker with the Hat [37] Victoria Broadway
2015 A Month in the Country LizavetaOff-Broadway

Awards and nominations

1990 Chicago Film Critics Association Most Promising Actress[ citation needed ] True Love Nominated
1990 Independent Spirit Awards Best Female Lead [ citation needed ] True Love Nominated
2001 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series [ citation needed ] The Sopranos Nominated
2011 Theatre World Award Lunt-Fontanne Award for Ensemble Excellence [38] The Motherfucker with the Hat Won


  1. Although some sources state that Sciorra was born in Weathersfield, Connecticut, [1] Sciorra herself has stated that she was in fact born in New York City. [2]

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