Anastasia Barzee is a celebrated Broadway, Film and Television actress. She is a graduate of Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. Along with fellow Miami grads, the Grammy Award nominated Matt Pierson (Producer) and Grammy Winner Gil Goldstein (Arrangements) she has recorded a solo album, The Dimming of the Day, of eclectic contemporary standards which is scheduled to be released on September 27, 2011 on Ghostlight Records. The album features songs by Kate Bush, Paul Simon, Andrew LLoyd Webber, Rufus Wainwright, Jimmy Webb and more and boasts the talents of Gil Goldstein, Larry Campbell and Steve Wilson playing on the tracks. Ms. Barzee has starred on Broadway in numerous musicals and plays. They include: The Tony Award winning production of Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 as Lady Mortimer opposite Kevin Kline, The Tony award winning Urinetown as Hope, Jekyll & Hyde as Emma, and Miss Saigon as the American wife Ellen. She created and starred as Josephine in the West End production of Napoleondirected by Francesca Zambello. Back Stateside, Anastasia created the role of Betty Haynes in the Musical White Christmas directed by Walter Bobbie. Also with Bobbie directing, Anastasia played Lorna Moon in Golden Boy (musical) for New York’s City Center Encores series. For this portrayal, Ben Brantley of The New York Times wrote, “Ms Barzee has a pure-lined, heartfelt way with a song”, and the Daily News critic Howard Kissel wrote, ” Barzee is devastating, especially the way she catches every nuance of the haunting title song”. Among her many regional credits are The Kennedy Center’s Sondheim Celebration production of Merrily We Roll Along. Her performance of the wronged wife Beth, who sings NOT A DAY GOES BY won her rave reviews and she was asked to reprise a performance of the song for Lincoln Center’s Sondheim Celebration Concert. She will also be singing at the Kennedy Center’s re-union concert next Summer (2012) in D.C. In television, Ms. Barzee has guest starred on numerous shows including: Law & Order:SVU, White Collar, Law & Order, Murder She Wrote with Angela Lansbury, Get a Life (as Chris Elliot’s girlfriend), Herman’s Head (as Herman’s girlfriend) and more. She appeared in the 2010 Doug Liman feature Fair Game opposite Sean Penn. She can be heard on original cast recordings of WHITE CHRISTMAS, NAPOLEON, and SUNSET BOULEVARD.