Gina Di Tullio has been officially involved with the performing arts since 1984 where she started with commercial acting and runway modeling through Vannoy Talent Agency and various other agencies. Gina worked her way through college earning a computer science degree, where she met independent film artist Benn Farrell, the owner of Comatose Picturez.
She co-produced and starred in her first full feature productions as Amanda in In the Darkness, Gabriela in Na Fen Liôm and Lady Bright. Growing tired of the technology grind, Gina left Colorado for a fun filled year in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she studied Television and Film Acting at The Vancouver Film School and had the opportunity to work with Canadian music channel in a music video for Slowburn and feetfirst productions in independent shorts, Sheenaand 15 Minutes.
Upon her return, Gina, created LastMinute Productions, along with Michael J. Todd (also with Silver Dog Productions), and wrote, directed and produced her debut, Admissions Quest.
She continued to work with Benn Farrell, who started DockRat Entertainment and starred as Shelly Holbert in his original theater debut of 24 Hours and Something Original, then back to screen as Kristy McMahon in WonderBred. She worked in conjunction with DockRat Entertainment, Vivtone Productions, with Tony and Viviane Hughes, and Napolean Hudson, with Napoleon Live Entertainment in the sketch comedy series Loosen Up! She can also be heard in recurring spots on the movie review internet blog, Brian and Benns MP3 Movie Talkshow.
Gina was approached by Pam Jones and Juliet Draper of Rogue Amazon Entertainment, to play the role of Janice in Pam’s directorial debut of her original work Camille’s Magic. The release ofCamille’s Magic has yet to be announced and will debut Gina’s first musical creation, My Secret Self.
She has worked with Michael Stansbury and the Masquers over the years as well as worked in the Gay and Lesbian Theater Festival with Tony Babin’s, UpStart Theater Ensemble, where she played Mabel in The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Anactoria and Hera in Sappho in Love, and the Nurse in As Is. Gina played in Two by Two as pagan worshipper Goldie, for StarBar Players, and the fabulous running dinner theater production ofParty of One, directed by Brian Thompson and produced by Encore!
In recent years, Gina has had the pleasure of working with Sam Wickey, in a yet to be named Amish Film as well as Robert Berg in his production of Misogyny.
This is Gina’s third production with TMDFilms where, in 2006, she played Different Kind‘s resident “Bad Guy”, Sal, her first “Mom” role, Gail, in The Burden and is very excited to return as Dr. Cutter, in TMDFilms newest production, Trauma.