Kristina Sisco

Writer Actress Producer, Director
Birth date: 18 April 1982
Birth Place: Bethesda, Usa
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Kristina Sisco Romero is a professional writer and Emmy-nominated actress. From 1999 – 2002 Kristina worked as an actress on CBS Daytime’s As the World Turns, then in 2006 – 2007 on NBC Daytime’s Passions, Sands of Oblivion for the Sci-Fi Network and The Flock, a major motion picture starring Richard Gere and Claire Danes. Kristina received Daytime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Younger Actress in 2001 and 2002.

Kristina is also an award-winning playwright. Her One-act play Gone… won the MPW One-Act Play Festival in 2007 and was preformed at the David Henry Hwang Theater in Los Angeles. The play was published in the Southern California Review’s 2007 Fall edition. Her short play Red Carpet  was produced in New York City at the Estrogenius Festival (Oct. 10-13, 2007) at Manhattan Theatre Source. The short screenplay version of Red Carpet finished as a top 15 finalist in the American Gem Short Screenplay Competition.

In 2002, she attended Rockport College’s International Film Workshops in Rockport, Maine specializing in the craft of filmmaking. Kristina executive produced, wrote, directed and edited Abigail, the 6-minute short that premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival and Dances With Films. Currently, she is writing, producing, directing and editing a series of webisodes for, product-placing new and popular mystery/thriller novels. Other works in progress include her screenplay Winter Dreams and Calling Extra, a historical novel for middle-grade readers.

Kristina earned her BA from Thomas Edison State College and her Masters in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California.

The Flock - Andrew Lau (2009)
Sands of Oblivion (TV, 2007)
Passions (9 episodes, 2006-2007)
As the World Turns (3 episodes, 1999-2002)
Returning Mickey Stern (2002)