Nina Garbiras is a 57-years-old American Actor from the United States of America. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Nina Garbiras was born on September 9, 1964 in United States of America. let’s check out the Nina’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Garbiras subsequently moved from France to London, England where she worked in fringe theatre appearing in Prison’d in a Parlour playing Lydia at the Southwark Playhouse, London Stories for Wink Productions playing Betty Fred Hiphop, Waking Beauty playing the Red Fairy for Arts Threshold, Babbett in Max Frisch’s The Fire Raisers for the Break Out Theatre Company, and Lydia in Spike Heels for the Flipside Studio.
Garbiras’ debut motion picture appearance was in the lead role of Catherine in director Sal Ciaverello’s first professional film Blue Shadows, a short film in the horror genre about monstrous devils that hide in moonlight shadows. It was shot on 16mm in 1994 but the film remained unreleased until 1997 when it was screened for the first time in New York. The film was acquired for release on DVD and VHS by EI Independent Cinema in 2001.
Garbiras’ biggest motion picture role to date is that of Janine Creedlow in Bruiser (2000) a horror picture directed by George A. Romero and screened at the Berlin Film Festival. In 2007 she appeared in The Nanny Diaries starring Scarlett Johansson and Alicia Keys and directed by Shari Springer Berman. Garbiras played the minor role of Miss Chicago.
Garbiras’ portrayal of reporter Andrea Little in NBC/DreamWorks’ Boomtown drew immediate acclaim. New York Magazine commented that the character could be the first print journalist in a decade to be portrayed in prime-time television as having principles and decency. The magazine compared Garbiras favourably to Golden Globe Award-winning actress Mary-Louise Parker.
Garbiras’s professional stage acting career began in the chorus of a performance of La traviata at the Opera San José in San Jose, California. She also appeared in a production of Jesus Christ Superstar at De Anza College in Cupertino, California. Later, whilst living in Paris, France Garbiras appeared in small productions in that city playing the roles of Marie in Night Games and of Pamela in Peter Nichols’s A Day in the Death of Joe Egg – both of which were staged at the tiny, 120-seat Theatre Clavel on the Rue Clavel. She also appeared as Roxanne in Bajazet at the Théâtre de la rue Olive.
In recent years, Garbiras has begun a second career as a small business owner. She opened an antique furniture store and design business on Ludlow Street in the lower East Side of Manhattan, New York, New York. The store specialises in English and French pieces. In August 2008 Garbiras told New York’s Daily News that she had chosen the location of her store “to be close to the artists who live and create here.” The store has subsequently moved to a location near Sixth Avenue in Brooklyn, New York and now places greater emphasis on its interior design service. Garbiras pursues this venture simultaneously with her acting career.
Garbiras was listed fourth in Netscape Celebrity’s March 2005 ranking of “Top 10 Gutsy Gals” beating out better known TV actresses like Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Jacqueline Obradors (NYPD Blue), amongst others.
Garbiras was involved in a number of publicity events for the series in which she appeared. She attended the Showtime premiere of Leap Years and was interviewed by Bill Tush live on CNN television’s Showbiz This Week promoting The $treet (the interview aired on May 27, 2000). To promote Boomtown she attended NBC’s press tour at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Pasadena, California; the NBC Winter 2003 All Star Party at Los Angeles’ Bliss Club, and the NBC Upfront event announcing NBC’s primetime fall line-up for 2003 held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Garbiras has been represented for the major part of her career by theatrical agents William Morris Agency.
Garbiras has also appeared in the French-language Swiss film Fin de Siècle playing the part of Alison, in New York documentary filmmaker Alison Swan’s dramatic feature debut Mixing Nia which was shown at the 1998 New York Film Festival, and in Emily Baer’s Guy’s Guide to Marrying Money. All those films were released in the same year – 1998. In 2000, she appeared in You Can Count on Me, playing Nancy Everett, the pregnant wife of Matthew Broderick’s character.
Garbiras has made numerous network television appearances in the United States. She appeared in Episode 5 of the sixth season of ABC’s highly successful NYPD Blue which first aired in November 1998; as a guest on single episodes of NBC’s Lateline; on ABC’s The Mike O’Malley Show and in 2000 in Grapevine on CBS television. She also appeared in the pilot episodes of NBC’s Cold Feet and Fox’s Traffic and The Only Living Boy in New York—none of which were picked up as a series. Her first televised series was Fox’s The $treet (2000–1), pulled from the airwaves after seven episodes were aired. She appeared as idealistic schoolteacher and later, best-selling author Beth Greenaway on Leap Years for the cable station Showtime in 2001 and later, in what is perhaps her most successful role, reporter Andrea Little on NBC/DreamWorks’ series Boomtown in 2002-3. Garbiras has described the Little character as “tough, articulate and headstrong”. Her character did not return for the ill-fated second series of the show (it was cancelled before filming was completed and only a few episodes were screened) because the writers could not decide what to do with her character. In 2006 she appeared in a single episode of Dr. Vegas, a CBS series starring the popular actor Rob Lowe.
Upon her return to the United States, Garbiras understudied the roles of Josie Hines (played by Suzanne Cryer) and Sammii (played by Tony Award-winning actress Katie Finneran) in the Broadway production of Neil Simon’s Proposals at the Broadhurst Theatre, New York which ran from November 6, 1997 to January 11, 1998.
Garbiras has also worked professionally as a singer. In addition to her roles in the opera La traviata and the musical Jesus Christ Superstar mentioned above, Garbiras sang with AOR group The Paul Godfrey Band in the late 1980s.
Nina Garbiras (born September 9, 1964) is an American actress. She is best known for her TV role as Andrea Little on the first season of NBC’s award winning series Boomtown. More recently, she is the owner of a specialist antique store in New York City.
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|Real Name||Nina Garbiras|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||57 Years|
|Date Of Birth||September 9, 1964|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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Nina Garbiras Personal Life, Spouse, Husband
Nina Garbiras Net Worth
The Nina Garbiras Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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