Jessica Magoch is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she studied acting and musical theater at Playwrights Horizons and CAP21. She studied musical theater on scholarship at the West Side Dance Project at the New 42nd Street Theater.
Since then, she has toured with American Family Theater as Zorinna the Stepsister (Cinderella), and worked with 20/Twenty Productions as the lead actress in HYPOCRISY, a spoken word opera featured at the Painted Bride Theater. She has been a member of various improv groups, including Gurus of Guffaw at the Actor’s Center, and for three years was part of the cast of Tony and Tina’s Wedding in South Philadelphia playing Tina, the Wedding Singer, and every character in between. That is where she met her husband, Anthony. They moved to New York and started a family together in 2005.
After a stint in Corporate America, Jessica is back to performing and sharing her music. Her inspiration is her late grandfather, Frank Sciame, a jazz singer and MC at the Sprocket Club in Brooklyn in the 1930’s. He has shared his love of music with her and she is living out his legacy. Jessica resides in Bucks County, PA with her husband, Anthony, son, Frankie, and English bulldog, Buster.