Gabrielle Lee, is at home in TV/Film, popular music, American Songbook, swing, jazz, Musical Theater and more. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theater from the University of Memphis; is a Graduate of William Esper Studio for Actors Conservatory NYC; and is a Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Performance Scholar recipient. Gabrielle Lee’s recent TV/Film credits include guest star roles on Madam Secretary, The Affair, Difficult People, The Good Wife and more. Lee has performed as a backing vocalist and special appearances with: Natalie Cole, Steely Dan, Marvin Hamlish and friends with the New York Pops Orchestras; toured the U.S. and abroad as a featured backing vocalist with Harry Belafonte; has performed with the Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington Orchestras performing recurrently at Birdland, Iridium, Swing 46, The Copacabana, Cipriani’s NY, Carnegie Hall and Rainbow Room. Additionally, Gabrielle has taken leading roles in Broadway Nat’l and European tours, Off-Broadway and in Regional Theaters across the U.S. –in popular musicals including the All Night Strut (Broadway World Best Actress in a Musical nomination.), Dreamgirls, Blackbirds of Broadway, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, One Mo Time, Showboat, Man of La Mancha, Ain’t Misbehavin, My Fair Lady, Once On This Island, Her Song (MAC Award), Little Shop of Horrors and more.Gabrielle most recently starred as Ada Bricktop Smith in the one-woman musical World Premiere of “Bricktop”: legend of the Jazz Age, (currently slated for the upcoming National Black theater Festival season’s, mainstage production in Winston Salem, NC). Gabrielle leads performances and campaigns for the Barry Levitt Foundation in Jazz Cabaret, BC/EFA, co-established the Harry Belafonte Alumni Association, enjoys entertaining troops and veterans, a Board Member of Spirits Landing (Young women leadership development program), Mentor for CRU Organization, and happy to be an International Ambassador granting wishes with Make-A-Wish Foundation Int’l. Proud member of Actors Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA.