Gina’s eclectic energy and trail-blazing style stood out through high-school and into college where she attempted, unsuccessfully, to bring back neon green lycra, orange bell-bottoms, and crying in public. She has since harnessed her exploding emotions and organs and focused them into her acting.
In first grade Gina was labeled as “dramatic.” Every day after lunch she would put on a big show about how she felt sick and needed to call her mom. Blessed with a 96.8 degree body temperature, thus never having a “fever”, she was never allowed to call. One day Gina’s Mom kept her home from school and took her to the doctor. Here she was vindicated when the doctor said her appendix was exploding and it was time for, drum roll please, emergency surgery!
This was Gina’s first experience with a super power. She had earned her stripes to call her parents at any time. She used this time to hone her acting craft with day time calls to her mother, father, grandmother and various aunts and uncles. Since then, she has given up the corded secretary’s phone to train at Lesly Kahn & Co.. She uses her ability to cry, be a superhero and get a stomach ache (thank you crafty) in a more fitting manner.
Gina lives in Los Angeles with her two guitars, five afghans, hand crocheted by Grandma, and her unbalanced record collection. She is best known for her role as Officer Marino in Rogue Warfare (2019), Rogue Warfare: The Hunt (2020), Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation (2020). She also appeared in Trisha LaFache's short, No Clue as Lisa Kate, an undercover LAPD officer. DeCesare also starred in the pilot of a web-series entitled Roommates. She stars as Layla, a bride left at the alter trying to pickup the pieces of her life with a curious new roommate, played by Kit McDonough.