Bridget Crisonino is an American actress, known for Grave Mysteries (2018), The Hunters Anthology, "You Can't Unwish A Wish" (2018), The Deadliest Decade (2017 & 2018), Duty: A YouTube Musical (2017), Hometown Homicide (2018), and Homicide for the Holidays (2018) . Crisonino, of Irish and Italian descent, is an actress, singer and dancer who was raised in Berkely Heights, New Jersey. After perfecting her pretend game of "food network host" for her make-believe "Daddy and Daughter cooking show", Bridget made her game come to life by demonstrating how to make chocolate mousse on her uncle's local access TV show. She developed an affinity for acting at a young age as a member of the Paper Mill Playhouse Childrens' Theater On-Tour, All Star Company. During her youth, Bridget spent her summers at the Paper Mill Playhouse training in their professional Musical Theater Summer Conservatory, as well as attending the Carnegie Mellon Pre-College Musical Theater Program. Crisonino made her NYC stage debut in the Off-Broadway musical production of Evergreen: A New Holiday Musical, and next was cast in Snow White where she appeared in the title role. New York City provided several opportunities for the young Crisonino including ensemble appearances in several NY Pops Gala Performances at Carnegie Hall featuring a star-studded cast of Broadway, TV, and Film actors. Crisonino pursued her professional training for both stage and film at the prestigious New York University Tisch School of the Arts, New Studio on Broadway, where she earned her BFA in Drama and a minor from the NYU Stern Business School in Business/Media/Entertainment and Technology (BMET). Crisonino's professional training allowed her to study with many of the leading performers in both the theater and film industries.