Born August 3, 1990 to a professional dancer (Jennifer) and civil engineer (Anthony), Angeline Mirenda spent the first part of her life studying various performance arts in the San Francisco Bay Area. She placed in the top five of national competitions with several dance teams and was highly involved in theatre from a young age. Angeline attended Chapman University to major in Theatre with an emphasis in acting, though she also continued to study dance, voice and English throughout her college education as well.
She has been a part of a multitude of award-winning theatrical productions in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, most recently: In The Heights (Ovation Recommended), Loch Ness: A New Musical (OC Weekly's "Best Musical Production of 2015") and DOMA Theatre Company's American Idiot and American Idiot: Reloaded (Sceneie Award Winner, endorsed and promoted by Green Day officially). She has also appeared in several acclaimed short films, including: The Mountain (IFS FIlm Festival and Burbank International Film Festival participant; nominee for "Best Horror Short") Abduct Me! (participant in the DC Shorts Film Festival),
Angeline is a strong advocate of collaboration, story-telling and life-long learning. She appreciates and propagates honest, dedicated work in a friendly, professional environment.