Maria Di Angelis is an international model
and actress currently based in New York City. As noted by Ripley's Believe It Or Not, "she's appeared on more covers
than any supermodel in history; Maria has graced the cover of more than 3,000 romance novels," in addition to the
cover of numerous magazines worldwide.
completing her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Delaware, Maria entered a Revlon contest that her mother,
Anna Conte Di Angelis, picked up at her local CVS drugstore. Based on Maria's essay, photographic submissions,
and several interviews, Revlon proclaimed her one of the "Most Unforgettable Women in the World."
Subsequently, Maria was honored with a TIMMY Award by Talent in Motion Magazine, along with Makeup Artist Duane
Following an extensive search, Maria
was selected as the Vampirella action hero spokesmodel and cover girl by Harris Comics. She still holds the record
for more Vampirella covers than any other model, prior or since. Her action figurine bears a striking resemblance
to the flesh and -- dare we say -- blood?
film credits include the lead role in the movie, Atrophy, which won Best Short Drama at the New York International
Independent Film and Video Festival. She has also won acclaim for her performance as the lead in The Living Room,
which won the Crackle Award. Maria is in the film, Going the Distance,
a New Line Cinema Production, with two scenes opposite Drew Barrymore. Maria can be seen as the Church
Girl in the comedy The Last Request, an Avellino Production, currently running on cable and available on DVD.
Maria studied classical ballet and tap for 13 years, is fluent in Italian, is trained
in karate, and is a published author.