Lisa Di Capa – November 2011

Rogue Cinema Sleepover Girl – November 2011

Lisa Di Capa

All about Lisa:

Name: Lisa Di Capa

Age: 34

Location: Montreal, QC

Some of my favorite things: Young & Smylie’s Black Licorice, cherries, hot milk and honey, TV show Games of Thrones, thunderstorms and cooking.

Most people would be surprised to know that I: Used to coach soccer, attended an all-girl private high school and love to cook!

Hobbies / special skills: Soccer, tennis, racquetball, accents, horse-back riding and dancing the bachata.

Number of years acting / modeling: 8 years.

Favorite genre(s) and or film(s): ‘Lord of the Rings-Trilogy’, ‘Gladiator’, ‘The Road’, ‘Unfaithful’, ‘Flightplan’

Acting / modeling gigs that I’m the most proud of: ’Amy’s in the Attic’ directed by the enormously talented director/visionary Matthew Saliba and ‘Fathers and their Daughters’ by the gifted Joe Rossi.

What I look for in a potential acting or modeling job: The challenge associated with the role. I enjoy the depth of a solid and emotionally charged character, whether comedic or dramatic.

My websites:




Casting contact:
Pax Management – Jenny Du Haime (agent) – Phone: 514-253-8157
Constantine Kourtidis (manager) – Phone: 514-483-5526
You can also contact Lisa directly via e-mail at

I was born and raised in an Italian-Canadian family in Montreal to Italian parents, both born in Italy. When they came to Canada, my father opened a business and worked as a mechanic. My mother worked as a teacher for the English Montreal School Board.

I lived a very controlled life by my mother from childhood through to my early twenties. I was instructed to maintain a sense of obedience within a traditional Italian family and instructed by my mother to follow in her footsteps and become a teacher.

However, my intention was to pursue a milieu that could demonstrate my essence of being unique, energetic, and bring about a sense of self-awareness. Consequently, I learned how to express myself through art and writing, whereby my emotions could be salvaged through a piece of art that was familiar to me and I could frequently invent myself with new ideas.

This realization spiraled much ambition, especially in my twenties when I learned that acting was a creative way to outwardly display my qualities and personality. This inspired my desire to innovate and challenge myself. Therefore, I attended private acting classes and monologue and scene studies, which elevated my understanding about what motivates and drives an individual to act and think certain ways. The challenge intrigues me still, whereby acting is my mode of self-expression.

I participated in various films and model gigs which introduced me to diversity and observation of the world around me. This awareness continues to allow me to put my personal skills at the service of a creative process. My inspiration is further supported by a loving husband and our beautiful daughter.

Photography Credits:
Model Shoot: Eddy Di Capua, Vampire Shoot: Mario Carangi, ‘Amy’s in the Attic’ Photo stills: King Wei Chu

***Note: The photos on this page have been color adjusted and cleaned of grain and artifacts by the Rogue Cinema editor.

Thanks Lisa! If you’re an actress or otherwise involved in the independent film industry and would like to be a Rogue Cinema Sleepover Girl of the Month, head on over to the Sleepover Girl info page to find out how.