Jamie-Lynn Sigler first captured audiences when she appeared on HBO’s critically acclaimed drama “The Sopranos” as mafia daughter Meadow Soprano. Now the extraordinary talent is lighting the screen displaying her vast range of acting chops.
Sigler recently wrapped production on “Loserville,” a comedy that follows an unpopular high school outcast as he navigates the wild and confusing days of his senior year. In the film, Sigler portrays Coach Aileen Russo and stars opposite Matt McGorry and Darby Stanchfield. Also on deck for Sigler is the film “Anatomy of the Tide,” a dramatic tale that focuses on three island boys in their final summer of adolescence as they look beyond the ocean that has incarcerated them since birth to plan their future of hopes and dreams. Both films are slated for an early 2016 release.
Sigler’s recent film credits include indie films “Broken Tail Light,” “Divorce Invitation,” “I Do,” and “Jewtopia.”’ Other film credits include “Homie Spumoni,” a comedy co-starring Donald Faison, Joey Fatone, and Whoopi Goldberg, “Lovewrecked,” opposite Amanda Bynes and Chris Carmack and the thriller “Dark Ride,” in which she stars. “Dark Ride” tells the story of a killer who, ten years after he brutally murdered two girls, escapes from a mental institution and returns to his turf; a theme park called “Dark Ride”.
Most recently, Sigler starred on the NBC comedy “Guys with Kids.” Executive produced by Jimmy Fallon, the popular sitcom told the story of three 30-something dads trying to hold onto their youth while navigating fatherhood. Additional TV credits include recurring roles on HBO’s hit series “Entourage” and ABC’s hit comedy “Ugly Betty,” as well as character arcs on “How I Met Your Mother, “ “Last Man Standing” and “Dads.”
Sigler starred as Meadow Soprano for seven seasons on HBO’s Emmy-Award winning drama “The Sopranos.” Her performance on the show earned her the 1999 and 2000 Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award for Best Actress in a Dramatic Series as well as two ALMA Award nominations for Best Actress in a Drama Series (2001 & 2002.) She also starred in the original miniseries “The Gathering” co-starring Peter Gallagher, Kristin Lehmann, Jenna Boyd and Peter Fonda.
Sigler’s talents extend to the stage as well. She made her Broadway debut as Belle in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” in October 2002 and remained in the role through February 2003. In the summer of 2001, she starred in the national tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” opposite Eartha Kitt. Additional theater roles include New York regional productions of “Annie,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “The Sound of Music,” “The Wiz” and “Gypsy.”
A native of New York, Sigler divides her time between New York and Los Angeles.