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Anita Salvate Patty and Patty

Anita Salvate 

(Patty Martucci) is the author of the one-act play, Patty and Patty (A Conversation), and has played many roles in Off Broadway’s, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, her best including Mrs. Vitale, Mother-of-the-Bride.  Her TV credits include The Sopranos, Saturday Night Live and MTV’s Nickelodeon.  Film credits include Raging Bull, Cowboy Way, the web series Blood and Gravy and several independent films.  Anita has been heard on WNYC’s Kids America’s , Mystery History Show as various historical characters for syndicated cities across the U.S.   She appeared in the Shortened Attention Span One Act Festival at the Player’s Theatre in NYC, where she performed “Patty” in Patty and Patty - A Conversation.  She has studied comedy improvisation with the First Amendment Improv Company and Del Close of Second City.  Anita is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Marilyn Matarrese Patty and Patty
Marilyn Matarrese

(Patty Scardino) Co-writer of Patty and Patty. 

Marilyn is an actress, singer and hand model whose credits include:

TV: The Americans, Nurse Jackie, The Sopranos, Law & Order, Law & Order – Criminal Intent, Conan, SNL.


Film: Thirsty, Coffee to Go, MIAMI OR BUST - A Hoboken Bet, Lbs., Four Deadly Reasons, The Observer, The Hollow Tree, The Old Man and the Seymour. 


Theatre: Off-Broadway: Belle Stark in The Peccadillo Theater Company's Revival of Clifford Odets' Rocket to the Moon, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, The Bonus Army, A Taste of Honey at The Cherry Lane Theater, Revenge in the Mob, Christmas Rappings (An Oratorio); ‘night Mother at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; Love in the Age of Dion at the Belmont Italian American Playhouse; Regional: Saturday Night Fever, Rock 'n' Roll Redemption - The Story and the Music of Dion DiMucci (premiere), Lost in Yonkers, also The Vagina Monologues, A Woman of No Importance, Heartbreak House.  Cabaret: Solo musical act at Don’t Tell Mama, The Duplex.    


B.F.A. from NYU, Post-graduate Certificate from Webber-Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. 

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