this is real, this is me
Sami Petrucci is an actor, singer, and writer, originally from Long Island, New York. Both of her parents are musicians, so she found her passion for the arts an an early age. If she's being honest, they're cooler than she'll ever be.
Sami attended NYU Tisch, where she recieved a BFA in Drama. She studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute of Theatre and Film, as well as Stonestreet Studios, where she began writing her own work. She then took every UCB improv and sketch writing class possible and started writing and starring in her own comedic sketches.
Sami recently starred in her first Off-Broadway show, "Tammany Hall," where she played the role of "Smarty" as well as acting as the musical director for the production. When she's not auditioning, Sami is writing music with her twin brother, Reny, for their indie band Mt. Juliet. She loves Nathan For You, hot girl coffee walks, and spending time with her cat, Mildred.
Sami is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Feel free to contact her if you're interested in working together!
and that's the way the news goes
Mt. Juliet, an indie band comprised of Sami and her twin brother, Reny, will be releasing their first EP in Dec. 2022. Check out our first song, "Mirror," in the "reels" tab!
"the journey" at the tank
Sami had the honor of playing the role of "Madison" in Joshua Crone's new play, "The Journey," which ran at The Tank February 6-23, 2020.
"tammany hall" at soho playhouse
Sami made her Off-Broadway debut, portraying the role of "Smarty" in the immersive production "Tammany Hall." The show ran from Oct.-Dec. 2021.
"VR Food," a short film by Malcolm Mills and starring John Early, has recently been accepted into a number of festivals. Sami had the honor of being a part of this one-of-a-kind project.
booked a commercial!
Sami recently booked a commercial for Bio-Reference rapid tests. She would like to be referred to only as "COVID rapid test girl" from now on.
"the plans, they are developin'" at mff
Sami played "Harriet" in Alyssa Bennett's short film "The Plan's, They are Developin'," which premiered at the Manhattan Film Festival in April 2019.