With a boundless sense of enthusiasm, dedication and appreciation Angela has quickly risen as an actor of international pursuits both large and small. Born in NY, raised on Long Island, and captivated by just about everything, Angela Carbone is a multidiciplinary child of design, acting, motorcycle appreciation, and metalworking.

She has worked with filmmakers on projects on the indie circuit, most notably "Terra" the experimental drama written and directed by Rome-based duo Marco de Angelis and Antonio di Trapani. She also boasts a vast array of theatrical and commercial work, including her portrayals of "May" in the Sam Shepard classic, "Fool for Love" and "Frances" in Sarah Ruhl's dreamy "Melancholy Play".

After receiving her bachelor's degree in Architecture and minor in Theater from Cornell University, Angela returned to her stomping ground of New York City to grow her career as an actor and designer. She continues to pursue her goal of making the last film on Earth. When not on screen, Angela nurtures other passions, including her loves of furniture crafting, welding, skeet shooting, poetry writing and pasta rolling. With a supreme interest in bringing truth, humor, levity, and depth to her projects and life, Angela is constantly employing herself to work hard and accomplish captivating things vastly beyond reach.