Bridget Coyne Gabbe


Bridget Coyne Gabbe, a native New Yorker, has been working diligently towards a career as an actor since she took her first acting class at the age of seven (at French Woods, the performing arts camp). Through her unrelenting dedication to pursue her goals, she has recently made her television debut as a debutante drug-dealer on the hit CBS show BLUE BLOODS, as well as a co-star role on ROGUE SHARKS, premiering on the National Geographic Channel in the spring of 2013, and Lifetime’s new pilot “Mother of Murder.” Bridget was recently seen in a new adaption of the Jacobean classical play, CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY, at the Phoenix Theatre Ensemble's 2012-13 season kick-off, and in the world premiere of THE TABLE SCENE at Urban Stages. She has also completed a national tour with Chamber Theatre Productions (EUREKA!, lead role), performing for over 40,000 students in 53 cities; done staged readings at the Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, Primary Stages and Vineyard Theatre; numerous short films; and improv with the NY Comedy Connection. A graduate of the famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music + Art and Performing Arts, Bridget also studied at the Lee Strasburg Institute and Stella Adler Acting Studio. She holds a BFA from the University of Michigan.