Ann-Marie Sepe

Ann-Marie Sepe

Ann-Marie Sepe, originally a Jersey girl, has been performing since the age of 9. She’s performed professionally in Off Broadway musicals, tours, commercials, theme parks, cruise ships and film all over the world!
While living in NYC for 6 years she was in the Off Broadway hit “Totally Tubular Time Machine,” at The Culture Club where she played Lady Gaga. An avid tap dancer, she is a member of the 1920’s flapper themed tap company “The Honey Taps,” located in NYC and LA performing all over the country. Since her move to L.A about 2 years ago, Ann-Marie can be seen dancing in the national Super Bowl commercial for Carvana “That Didn’t Suck,” choreographed by Michael Rooney. She has performed the role of Betty Lou Who in “Grinchmas” at Universal Studios Hollywood this past Christmas and last spring traveled to Seoul, South Korea with “Franz Harary’s Grand Illusion Magic Show” where she was a featured dancer and magician’s assistant.

Ann-Marie recently signed with BLOC Talent Agency in Los Angeles, one of the top dance agencies in the country. In addition to performing, Ann-Marie also teaches dance at Thrive Dance Center and recently choreographed “James and the Giant Peach” at Oaks Christian Middle School. Ann-Marie has been dancing and working with Dance Molinari for about 4 years now in NYC and LA and is so honored and excited to be a part of UNICEF’s amazing event. She is a proud member of AEA and AGVA.

Some of Ann-Marie’s Musical Theatre credits include: “Grease” as Frenchy at Blatts Dinner Theatre, “Westside Story” as a Jet Girl at Lees McRae Theater, “Crazy for You” as Mitzi at Theater by the Sea, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” as the Wife at Northshore Music Theatre, “Shrek the Musical” as 3 Blind Mice/Dragon, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” as Panacea at Crown City Theater and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” as Columbia!