Renée Marino is a communication coach who just co-hosted the first-ever virtual world summit. The summit consisted of Knowledge Industry Leaders-Tony Robbins, Dean Graziosi, Russel Brunson, Jenna Kutcher, Pete Vargas, Pat Quinn, Trent Shelton, Jamie Kern Lima, Bari Baumgardner, and Brendon Burchard. She was recognized by heavy-hitters Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi when she was handpicked by Tony as the winner of his, "Comeback Challenge," and won a trip to his private resort in Fiji, and was interviewed by Dean on his podcast, "The Dean Graziosi Show."
She can be seen as the female lead role-Mary Delgado- in the film “Jersey Boys” directed by Clint Eastwood, which is currently on Netflix. She was featured in People.com -"Ones to Watch", Variety and in The Huffington Post which stated: “The Broadway star -- who is basically Tina Fey's celebrity doppelganger -- is a scene-stealer, spouting swears and put-downs with aplomb. ‘Jersey Boys’ pops whenever she's onscreen.” Renée wrote and performed her solo show called, “I Am Me, Because of Three” which she sold out in both NYC and LA, and received incredible reviews.
Broadway credits: “Pretty Woman”-Ensemble/ Dance Captain/Assistant to the Choreographer, Rosalia in “West Side Story”, Mary Delgado in “Jersey Boys”, “Chaplin” and “Wonderland.” National tours: Cats”, “Disney’s High School Musical” and “Jersey Boys”. Television: Regina on Fox’s “Weird Loners” Lola in “Damn Yankees”, Carmen Miranda in “I Only Have Eyes for You” and Roberta in “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.” She is also the creator of the workout series called, “Pretty Strong Women,” which is featured on her Instagram account @reneemarinoofficial. Renée Marino’s strength is in her speaking ability. As a coach and a longtime performer, she has inspired people all around the world with her energy, relatability, and authentic spirit. She has spoken, performed, and been interviewed on thousands of live and virtual stages.