Alison Bartlett


Alison Bartlett (Gina) began acting at the age of 12 when she debuted in John Guare’s production of Landscape of the Body, directed by Gary Sinise. Bartlett’s other theatre credits include the role of “Donna” in the Broadway production of David Rabe’s Hurlyburly directed by Mike Nichols; off-Broadway in Second Stage’s production of Jersey City directed by Risa Bramon, in which she starred as “Magaly;” Ubu Repertory Theatre’s Family Portrait directed by Shirley Kaplan; and Ensemble Studio Theatre’s 2006 marathon in 100 Most Beautiful Names of Todd, directed by Jamie Richards.

Bartlett’s television credits include many guest leads including Donnie!, Golden Boy, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Mercy, Canterbury’s Law, Rescue Me (recurring guest star), Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Sopranos (recurring guest star), The Jury, Law & Order, NYPD Blue, Queens Supreme, and the ABC after-school special, It’s Only Rock & Roll, for which she received an Emmy  nomination. Her film credits include Elmo in Grouchland, the independent films Blue AngelThe Innkeepers, and Sanctified, and the short films Karaoke, directed by Andrew Renzi, and Euthanasia, with first-time director Adrian Grenier.

A lifelong New Yorker, Bartlett resides in New York City with her three children.