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Dana DeLorenzo

Dana DeLorenzo was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio and showed an innate love of comedy and performance at an early age. At age 3 she made up knock-knock jokes and recorded them on her Fischer-Price tape recorder solely to listen back and make herself laugh. At some point she started doing impressions. She landed her first paying gig at 11 yrs old performing Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s On First” with her younger brother in a weekly variety show.

DeLorenzo graduated from DePaul University in Chicago and soon after became an on-air personality and producer on The Mancow Show. She continued to perform in various theater productions around Chicago, and in 2008 formed an Amy Winehouse tribute band called House of Winehouse. The band performed at various festivals and venues including Pridefest Milwaukee and House of Blues Chicago. DeLorenzo garnered international acclaim for her uncanny portrayal of the singer, including a feature in The Chicago Tribune and was voted Best Tribute Band by The Chicago Reader in 2010.

Later that year DeLorenzo moved to Los Angeles, and soon after appeared in various TV shows ("Californication," "Workaholics," "2 Broke Girls") and films ("A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas," "The Mad Ones"). She garnered attention with her first recurring role on television playing Beth the CBS Executive on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." DeLorenzo returned to the stage to perform in the original LA production of "The Best of Craigslist Live!," and in sold-out tours in Chicago at The Royal George Theatre and the prestigious Joe’s Pub in New York City. DeLorenzo continued down the comedy road and returned to doing impressions on PopTV’s Impress Me opposite Ross Marquand ("The Walking Dead").

DeLorenzo’s breakout role came when she was cast alongside Bruce Campbell in the horror-comedy series "Ash Vs. Evil Dead," a continuation of the cult-classic movie trilogy "The Evil Dead" written and directed by Sam Raimi. DeLorenzo won the approval of fans and critics alike originating the role of Kelly Maxwell, the foul-mouthed demon-slaying sidekick to the show’s titular anti-hero. Her performance in the series nabbed her back-to-back nominations for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award and am iHorror Award nomination for Best Actress in a Horror Series. In 2018 DeLorenzo was the recipient of the Artemis Women in Action Next Wave award.

Since wrapping the final season of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead," DeLorenzo was thrilled to have the opportunity to vocally reprise her role of Kelly Maxwell along with star Bruce Campbell in "Evil Dead: The Game." DeLorenzo saw another dream come true when she landed a guest-starring role on the reboot of "Will & Grace." She later recurred in the critically-acclaimed series "Perpetual Grace, LTD.," and won over audiences playing Kat Dennings’ Jersey-Italian sister Barbra in the female-driven comedy "Friendsgiving." DeLorenzo has since lent her vocal talents to various animated projects, including the animated feature "King Tweety," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," and "Ultra City Smiths." She also voiced multiple characters in the upcoming season of Netflix’s "Ask The StoryBots."

DeLorenzo can currently be seen in the dark comedy "The Disappearance of Toby Blackwood" on VOD, and on the upcoming season of "Tacoma FD."