BIO
 

Cheryl Aiello is a talented and expressive actress and singer, equally at home in plays, musicals, television and film. She made her network television debut opposite Charles Keating in the NBC daytime drama series, "Another World", in a recurring role, although she considers herself first and foremost, a stage actress. She has worked at fine Equity Theatres and has more than 100 representative theatrical roles in her body of work. Cheryl graduated from the University of Maryland with a BA in Theatre, receiving a General Honors Program citation on her diploma. She has worked extensively with Austin Pendleton, studied voice and Shakespeare with Patsy Rodenburg, acting technique with renowned Meisner Technique teacher, Bill Esper, and continues her vocal and Alexander Technique training. Possessing a tremendous facility for plays involving heightened language, Cheryl also has superior ability with many dialects.
 
Cheryl is the recipient of the 2015 Singers Scholarship awarded by Actors Equity Association designed to assist aspiring Broadway singers in achieving their goal.
 
When she is not acting, Cheryl has appeared as guest host for NBC Television Open House Tour, an internationally syndicated real estate broadcast. She has sung as soprano soloist with The Holy Cross Catholic Church in Times Square and is very proud to be a new choir member at St. Malachy's, The Actors Chapel, which features a glorious choral Mass on Sundays at 11:00 am.