Bridget Ann White is an American actress who has appeared in numerous television series including One Life to Live, Seven Days, Caroline in the City, The District, The Young and the Restless, Blackout and CSI: Miami.
White was a competitive gymnast for 10 years and started her professional career as a dancer/choreographer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from DeSales University.
She studied opera at The Bryn-Mawr Conservatory of Music and after college she moved to New York and was cast in various Broadway/touring musicals. Soon after, she started working with renowned manager Vince Cirrincione and began to focus on her acting career.
In New York, she studied with William Esper and Wynn Handman. In Los Angeles, she works with coach Leigh Kilton-Smith. She has worked extensively in TV and film since coming to Los Angeles, but her true passion is the theatre and she indulges in that as much as possible.
She is a member of Circle X, an award winning Los Angeles theatre company. Through Circle X, she works with Los Angeles Youth Network. She has performed in many regional theatres throughout the country.
Bridget grew up in Philadelphia, the daughter of a detective. She has two brothers, two sisters-in-law, and 10 nieces and nephews, whom she adores. She currently splits her time between NY and LA.