As a method actress, Gina graduated from the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York City and has been in dozens of television and movie productions. These include “Enemy of the State” with Gene Hackman, “The Jackal” with Richard Gere, “House of Cards” with Kevin Spacey. Gina was a lead actress in the sci-fi cable television series “Star Crash” where she played Colonel Thera.
Gina represents Diversity in Casting and has a worldwide appeal. Gina is a graduate of the renowned Barbizon Modeling School in Philadelphia PA and has been involved in photo shoots for both Revlon and Cover Girl cosmetics. Of the many dance schools she has attended, one of note is the Mary Woods School. Mary Woods was a featured Rockett at the Rockefeller Center in New York City.
Gina’s photographs have captured attention on the internet and have won awards, including “Peace Mandala” featuring Buddhist Monks. One of Gina’s cartoons has been published in “The New Yorker”. Gina’s poems have been published internationally in places such as the United States, UK, Japan, Ireland and France. The Ezra Pound Society has awarded one of her poems. Gina won the Poetry Society America’s Mary Carolyn Davies Award for her poem “Purple Heart”.
Gina’s song lyrics have been published and recognized both here and abroad. Gina has been recognized as Revlon’s Most Unforgettable Woman for Washington DC. Gina is a Marquis Who’s Who multiple biographee appearing in Who’s Who in Entertainment and Who’s Who in American Women.
Gina’s screenplay “At Last” was produced in Canada.
Her movie short can be viewed here https://tinyurl.com/GinaQuartermaineAtLast on YouTube.
Another of Gina’s screenplays has been acknowledged by the Sundance Film Fest, One of her plays has been performed Off Broadway in New York. Gina is a graduate of American University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications, and also attended Oxford University in England for playwriting under the British American Drama Academy (BADA).
As a teenager she has lead many parades. Gina was also in a band named the Lamplighters among others. As a girl she has been First Baseman and Short Stop playing for the “Bluejays” in softball. She has been a star javelin thrower as well as shot putter.
Her Ladyship also attended the Singer Sewing School. Gina’s hobbies are Reading, playing Classical Guitar, Oil Painting, Cooking and Hiking. A few of Gina’s Websites are listed below: