Ann-Marie Sepe (originally a Jersey girl) moved to Atlanta, GA about 9 months ago by way of Los Angeles, CA. Since moving here to Atlanta she's choreographed a SAG musical short film called "Tunesless," with Big Picture Casting, performed in Santa's Fantastical and just recently choreographed Milton Highschool's production of Curtains. Ann-Marie has a long list of professional credits onstage and in front of the camera. You can see her dancing in the National commercial, "It didn't suck," for Carvana which was also a super bowl spot. She played the 1st original Betty Lou Who in Grinchmas at Universal Studios in Hollywood, she's danced for Princess Cruise Lines, toured with Matt Davenport Productions and has performed at Regional theaters in various musicals all over the country as well as numerous Off Broadway Productions in NYC. A few favorites include Frenchy in Grease, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, Crazy For You, 42nd Street, Anything Goes, Shrek, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and many more. Ann-Marie was a member of the New Jersey Tap Ensemble for 4 years where she danced with Savion Glover. She also is an Alumni of Anne Reinkings prestigious Broadway Theater Project in Tampa, FL where she studied alongside Julie Andrews, Anne Reinking, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Gregory Hines. Ann-Marie also danced with The Honey Taps in N.Y.C and L.A, a flapper themed 1920's tap group!
She is a graduate of Montclair State University with her B.A in Dance and Communications. She’s also a proud member of Actors Equity Association (AEA) and AGVA.

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