Alysia Reiner

Actress, Producer, Green Momma

As an actress, Alysia won a Screen Actors Guild Award (Outstanding Performance for an Ensemble Cast) playing Christine, Jack's fiancee and then bride, in the Oscar-winning film "Sideways." Most recently, "The Vicious Kind", produced by Neil LaBute, premiered at Sundance, was nominated for two independent Spirit Awards.

Among her many stage roles, she starred in the New York Premiere of "Pentecost" by Tony-winning playwright David Edgar, and starred in the provocative two character play "An Oak Tree" with Tim Crouch, which won a Special Obie Award. Alysia has appeared on stages around the country and the world. This Fall she will be starring in the US premiere of A CHARITY CASE Off-Broadway.

Alysia's many TV roles include “Blue Bloods,” "The Sopranos," "Law & Order" (all 3 shows), "30 Rock," "White Collar," "Love Monkey," "The Drew Carey Show," "The Practice," "The Jury," "Family Law," "Jack & Jill," and series lead in the pilot "An Englishman in New York."

Speed Grieving, the short film that Alysia created, produced and stars in, had its World Premiere at The Hamptons International Film Festival, and has since been invited to over a dozen more film festivals and has won multiple awards.

As a new mother, she is regularly featured on Celebrity Baby Scoop, Stroller Traffic, People.com, Family Focus Blog, Today I ate a Rainbow, Your Green Baby, and others. She is a celebrity green momma spokesperson for Best for Babes, an organization that works to change how we view and support breast feeding, and gives moms the solutions they need to make it work.

Alysia is a champion of all things eco-friendly, and she and her husband recently used their own home as a way to share information about building green. Their brownstone renovation in Harlem was featured on television's "World's Greenest Homes" and "Renovation Nation"; in various magazines like Dwell, Gotham, and The Nest.

She was recently recognized as an INTELLIGENT OPTIMIST in Ode Magazine and profiled by New York Women in Film and Television as a woman to watch.

Alysia is on the board of The Broad Collective, and is involved with many charities including The Cancer Support Community, Habitat for Humanity, Our Time Theatre Company, 52nd Street Project, Actors for Autism, Joyful Heart Foundation, Comp2Kids, GEMS, and Circle of Health International.