"I don't normally do this with actors, but I had to tell you how very good you are in this piece. I wish you the best of luck with your career and I thank you again for this very very nice work." -John Cerna, Creative Director On-Air Promotions Qubo
“Monica is such pleasure to work with. Her interviews were excellent and the videos did a wonderful job highlighting our favorite food – USA grown peanuts.” -Marie Fenn, President of The National Peanut Board
"It was a great pleasure working with you. You made it so easy. I expect to see your work in the future, you really are talented." -Gene Cernilli, Director
Cox Business Cable Commercial
Huntington Learning Center Commercial
Monica DiNataleis an engaging television host, actress and author of 365 Guide New York City. Monica has hosted nationally distributed segments for The Frugalicious Show, The New York Chocolate Show and The NYC Craft Beer Week Festival. Her book 365 Guidewww.365guidenyc.com was fueled by her passion for the New York culinary scene and breaking the myth that dining out always has to be expensive. Her improvization skills, crafted by study with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City,assure confidence in any situation. Monica has appeared in many commercials, television shows and films. Credits include ESPN, The Sopranos, PBS and Rensil D'Silva's film Kurbaan.
The Whitest Kid U'Know
The Whitest Kids U'Know
The Film "Kurbaan"
The Film "Axe Massacre"
Monica DiNatale is a pro withTeleprompter, Green Screen, and live man-on-the-street interviews. Monica won a 2007 Writer's Guild Award, and a 2008 Writer's Guild Nomination, for her creativity and experience behind the scenes as well.She is a correspondent for ifood.tv and her blog at www.ifood.tv/monica , averages more than 2 million hits annually. Monica has a BA in Communications and has always worked in broadcasting. Some of her interviews include Jacques Torres, Marcus Samuelsson, Jose Garces and Cat Cora. Monica is a founding member of the improv group Trapper John.
Culinary exploration, travel, performing, and New York City are Monica's passions. Monica has learned to pair wine with pasta in Italy and caught & cooked her own Halibut off the coast of Alaska. Culinary adventures include'kafta" in Cairo,Egypt, "camel & emu" in Australia, "sadza" in Zimbabwe, Africa, "pho" in Hanoi, Vietnam,"alpaca & guinea pig" in Cuzco, Peru,"dim sum" in Hong Kong, "tagines" in Marrakech, Morocco, and catching her own salmon for immediate sushi in New Zealand.... In another life she was a nomad!
Cooking Things Up at The Institute of Culinary Education