Andrea Louisa Marcovicci
(born November 18, 1948) is an American actress and
was born in New York
City, the daughter of Helen (née Stuart), a singer, and
Eugene Marcovicci, a physician and internist.
As an actress, she first became known in the television soap opera Love is a Many
, as Dr. Betsy Chernak Taylor
She was nominated for a Golden
Globe award for the New Star of the Year
in 1977 for the film,
Marcovicci had a recurring role on Hill Street Blues
. She has appeared
on Scarecrow and Mrs.
, The Incredible
, Magnum, P.I.
. She starred on both Trapper John, M.D.
(a hit series) as
well as Berrenger's
appeared onstage on Broadway in
film roles include The
Concorde: Airport '79
Adventures in the Forbidden Zone
(1983) and Jack the Bear
In 2008, Andrea celebrated her 22nd season at the legendary Oak
Room of the Algonquin Hotel with Marcovicci Sings Movies II. A very
special 60th Birthday concert followed in May 2009 at Town Hall in
NYC, celebrating Andrea’s contribution to the American Songbook. To
commemorate this event, Andreasong Recordings, Inc. released a
compilation CD: As Time Goes By: The Best of Andrea Marcovicci, her
She is the recipient of several awards and honors including the
Mabel Mercer Foundation’s 2007 Mabel Award and three Lifetime
Achievement Awards - honored by the Manhattan Association of
Cabarets and Clubs, the Licia Albanese - Puccini Foundation, and by
a Bob Harrington Backstage Bistro Award. In recognition of her
accomplishments in the arts, Andrea has received honorary degrees
from Trinity College in Hartford, CT and the Memphis College
In addition, “The Andrea Marcovicci Suite”
at the Algonquin Hotel, dedicated in 2006 on her twentieth
anniversary at the Oak Room, contains memorabilia of her work in
theatre, film, television, and on the concert stage.
She is married to Daniel Reichert, an actor; they have a daughter,
Alice Wolf Reichert.
- Andrea Marcovicci Biography