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Andrea Louissa Marcovicci, known professionally as Andrea Marcovicci is a singer and actress from New York, USA. She is a renowned cabaret singer based in Manhattan. She has received several awards during her career as both a singer and an actress, including the prestigious Mabel Award of the 'Mabel Mercer Foundation 2007'. She has also received many lifetime achievement awards from different associations and foundations. These include the 'Puccini Foundation', the 'Bob Harrington Backstage Bistro Awards', and the 'Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs'. She has also earned honorary degrees from the 'Memphis College of Arts' and 'Trinity College'. Algonquin Hotel also named a suite after her, 'The AndreaMarcovicci Suite' which contains memorabilia and artwork of the work she has done both in film and in music. This was dedicated to her in honor of her twentieth anniversary in 2006 at the Oak Room. She is embarking on a 2012 tour of the US. Andrea Marcovicci tickets are now available for different cities and venues of the US.
Born on November 18, 1948 in New York City, Andrea Marcovicci was exposed to the arts from a very young age. Her mother, Helen Stuart, was also a singer, and she perhaps received the earliest inspirations to sing from her. Her father, Eugene Marcovicci worked as a physician and an internist. Although she always aspired to be a singer, when she attended college, she decided to major in drama instead. When questioned about her change in heart, Andrea Marcovicci admits that it was perhaps not the path she wanted to continue on. Her days as a theater student were not her favorite. She felt that the theater community or the profession in particular was too intense and heavy. She commented on how she felt that some people are just born with the love for theater; that the love for theater is inherited rather than developed. She felt at odds with the demeanor of the profession in general. Moreover, she felt that she could not be successful in this field of the arts at all. Studying theatre was a discouraging time for her. She recalls how at this time she felt defeated and beaten down all the time, because it was simply not her cup of tea. She did, however, enjoy being an actress. Thus she began her singing career to put her foot through the door to Hollywood.
Therefore, Andrea Marcovicci decided to leave school and embark onto her new course of action-starting a career in singing. In her early years as a singer, she appeared on 'The Mery Griffin Show' and the 'Mike Douglas Show'. Soon, she began her acting career as well. She started first by appearing in commercials to become familiar with sets and camera work. Later on, she obtained the role of Dr. Betsy Chernak Taylor in 'Love is a Many Splendored Thing', a popular television opera that she worked in from 1970 to 1973. In 1976, she appeared in one of her first feature films, 'The Front'. In the movie, she played Woody Allen's girlfriend. The movie had gained quite the popularity. Her appearance in the film, too, gained attention and much critical approval. Later in the year, she received a Golden Globe nomination for 'New Star of the Year'. This was perhaps what solidified her place in the industry as a real working actress.
She had also gained prominence by appearing in the 1974 film, 'Smile, Jenny, You're Dead'. Her acting skills were deemed innovative and fresh as she gave her own spin on the seemingly predictable damsel-in-distress role. She also appeared as a recurring character in 'Hill Street Blues'. She was also cast in 'The Incredible Hulk'. She was also in 'Magnum P.I.' and 'Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone'. She also worked with Danny Devito in the movie 'Jack the Bear'.
Andrea Marcovicci Tickets for the 2012 shows are to promote her newest album, 'As Time Goes By: The Best of Andrea Marcovicci'. The track list consists of her most popular songs. This includes the opening track, 'As Time Goes By', her hit single, 'The Folks Who Lived on the Hill', 'The Touch of Your Hand/Smoke Gets in Your Eyes', 'Lies of Handsome Men', 'After You, Who?', 'Beyond Compare', and 'Young at Heart' amongst others. The album consists of 17 of her best known songs that she will perform on her 2012 tour.
Andrea Marcovicci married Daniel Reichert and has a daughter, Alice Wolf Reichert.
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