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Naked Truth by Carla Gallo

Known from movies

Short information

Date of birth June 24, 1975
Marking Often plays characters who are very optimistic and often fast talkers
Fact Graduated from Cornell University with a degree in theater arts.

Carla Gallo is an American actress who rose to fame for her roles in Fox’s TV shows, “Undeclared” as Lizzie Exley and “Bones” as Daisy Wick.

Early life and family

Carla Paolina Gallo was born on June 24, 1975 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA to parents Samuel Eugene Gallo and Mildred Josephine Coiro. Although both her parents were born in Ohio, her grandparents on both sides were Italian immigrants and her maternal great-grandparents were of German descent, so she and her older sister grew up in a diverse, multi-ethnic household.

Carla Gallo turns 41 today. She was Paula in Neighbors, Beth in Mission: Impossible III and had a role in Super Bad.

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Even as a young child, she had expressed an interest in performing on stage, and although her mother was less than enthusiastic about it because Carla could not memorize lines as quickly as her peers, she was adamant about joining a theater troupe. Fortunately, the elementary school theater director was able to convince her mother to let Carla play the role of Cinderella in the school play “The Final Dress Rehearsal.” From that moment on, she knew that she would pursue acting as a career.


For grade school, she attended Berkeley Carroll Street School and then graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in Manhattan, New York in 1993, and later graduated with a bachelor’s degree in theater from Cornell. University.


First steps

Not everyone knew that she starred in the movie “Spanking the Money”, a 1994 black comedy film directed by David O. Russell, which was a commercial success, earning nearly $1.5 million against a budget of $200,000; she filmed it when she was in college.

After college, she auditioned for numerous roles and filmed pilot episodes, but none of them aired. She debuted on television with a minor role through the legal drama series ‘Law & Order’ in 1999, and a year after that, she acted in the hospital drama series ‘ER’, both airing on NBC channel.

Carla Gallo

Further success

After playing these small roles, Carla got her first chance to be a series regular in 2001, starring Jay Baruchel and Charlie Hunnam in the American sitcom “Undeclared” which aired on the Fox Network. She played Lizzie Exley, a neurotic college freshman for two seasons.

After the show was canceled in 2003, she immediately threw herself into another series – “Carnivàle” – a historical drama set in the 1930s, broadcast on HBO. She played the role of Libby Dreifuss and was part of the regular cast for two seasons. with Nick Stahl, Clancy Brown and Amy Madigan.

Carla returned to the big screen after a great experience in television, starring in Judd Apatow’s directorial debut film, “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” starring Steve Carell and Paul Rudd.

It was a commercial success grossing $178 million against a budget of $26 million. In 2006, she had a minor role in the blockbuster “Mission Impossible III”, starring Tom Cruise and directed by JJ Abrams.

While making movies, she also made several guest appearances in popular TV series, including ‘Crossing Jordan’, ‘House’ and ‘NCIS’ and played a recurring role in ‘Californication’ for one season in 2008, in 11 episodes.

After the Hollywood writers’ strike, Carla was broke, but thankfully she was offered a longer and major recurring role on the crime procedural series Bones, starring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz.

She was cast as Daisy Wick, an intern at the Jeffersonian Institute, for the fourth season in 2008, and lasted until the final season in 2017, making 39 episodic appearances.

Although Carla did not become a major player in the entertainment world, she had continuous work as part of the supporting cast in many TV series. Carla even reprized her role as Daisy Wick from ‘Bones’ in another procedural police drama series, ‘Rosewood’ when drama crossovers became a trend at the time. She also landed recurring roles on “Men of Certain Age” in eight episodes (2009-2011), “Burning Love” in four episodes (2012-2013), and “Blue” in five episodes (2013-2014).

Other notable TV guest appearances from 2011 to 2017 were in “2 Broke Girls” with Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings (2011); ‘Children’s Hospital’, a parody sitcom about other hospital dramas starring Rob Corddry and Lake Bell (2013); and “Future Man”, a comedy series airing on Hulu (2017).

Her film career did not flourish as compared to her TV career, but she was involved in several films, including “Neighbors,” a comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron in 2014, and due to its commercial success, she reprized her role in the sequel, ” Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.”

Carla then starred in ‘Little Evil’, a supernatural comedy starring Adam Scott and Evangeline Lily in 2017 that aired on Netflix, followed by an appearance in ‘Room For Rent’, a Canadian comedy starring Brett Gelman and Mark Little, an official entry in the Atlantic Film Festival and San Diego International Film Festival in 2017, and was invited to the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2018.

Private life

Carla married longtime boyfriend Mark Satterthwaite on October 8, 2017 at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, California. The couple have two daughters from before they got married: Ellie born in 2014 and the youngest born in May 2017.

She’s a very protective mom, and after growing up in New York with men brushing their genitals on her legs during rush hour on the subway, she said she wouldn’t let her daughters go anywhere without her.

Her husband is a Canadian screenwriter and producer, who is best known for his work on Canadian TV series, including “Gary and His Demons,” “Cupcake & Dino: General Services,” and TV specials such as “Gemini Awards” and ” Lots of music video music awards.”

Previous relationship

Carla was previously in a relationship with actor Nick Stahl for four years, from January 2003 to 2007. They met on the set of the TV series ‘Carnivàle’ and would be seen together in public attending red carpet events and movie premieres .

Interesting facts

  • Her best friend, actress Sarah Paulson, urged her to move to Los Angeles after graduation to take TV acting seriously.
  • She worked as an internet receptionist for a former Playboy model and answered fan mails during the pre-social media apps era.
  • She prefers comedy and would spend time working on ideas rather than drama, which she finds stressful, but she can do both.
  • The bravest thing she did for a role was get naked and wouldn’t do it again for any reason.
  • She started writing screenplays, but nothing has aired yet.


She is 1.63 m tall, weighs about 54 kg and her vital statistics are 35-25-35. She is of Italian-German descent, with long black hair and brown eyes.

Net value

Authoritative sources estimate Carla’s net worth as of June 2020 to be over $2 million.

General information

First and last name Carla Gallo
Date of birth June 24, 1975
Height 1.63 meters
Profession Actor, model
Education Cornell University
Nationality American


Nominations Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress
Movies Neighbours, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Superbad, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Spanking the Monkey, We Bought a Zoo, Mission: Impossible III, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Get Him to the Greek, Sexual Life, The Slammin’ Salmon, Insanitarium, mother and child, under the harvest sky, funny people, I love you…
TV shows Californication, Men of a Certain Age, Traffic Light, Carnivàle, Undeclared Work, Bones, Burning Love

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To notice

# Marks / Signs
1 Often plays characters who are very optimistic and often fast talkers
2 Long black hair
3 Wide brown eyes


# Fact
1 In both Bones and Californication, she plays a character named Daisy.
2 (April 24, 2014) Expecting her 1st child this fall.
3 Graduated from Cornell University with a degree in theater arts.




Title Year Status Character
room for rent 2017 after-production Lindsay Ross
Bones 2008-2017 TV serials Daisy Wick
Rosewood 2016 TV serials Daisy Wick
The night shift 2016 TV serials Hannah
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising 2016 Paula
Blue 2013-2014 TV serials Rose
anger management 2014 TV serials Shannon
Neighbors 2014/I Paula
Working on it 2013 TV serials Michelle
Under the Harvest Sky 2013 Renee
Children’s Hospital 2013 TV serials Denise
Burning Love 2012-2013 TV serials Tamara P.
Franklin & Bash 2012 TV serials Tammy Sutton
Key and Peele 2012 TV serials Drunk girl at the bar
We bought a zoo 2011 Rhonda Blair
Workaholics 2011 TV serials Rabbit Anderson
Fire alarm 2011 TV serials Sherry
2 broke Girls 2011 TV serials Stephanie
Five 2011 TV movie Laura
The latest pizza commercial 2011 Short
Come Go 2011 Linda
Men of a certain age 2009-2011 TV serials Annie
LA Noire 2011 Video game Gloria Bishop (voice)
Perfect 2011/i Short Sara
Traffic light 2011 TV serials Natasha
outsourced 2011 TV serials debbie
Danny Lowinski 2011 TV movie Kaz
Rooster 2010 Short stacy
Take him to the Greek 2010 Destination
Crazy men 2009 TV serials Karen Ericson
California 2008-2009 TV serials Daisy
Mother and child 2009 Tracy
Funny people 2009 Miss Pruitt on Yo Teach
I love you man 2009 Zooey’s friend
The Slammin’ Salmon 2009 stacy
The station 2009 TV movie
NCIS 2008 TV serials Melissa Wheeler Fox
Insanitarium 2008 Video Vera Downing
Forget Sarah Marshall 2008 Gag me girl
I love Veronica Martin 2008 Short Darby Reynolds
Super bad 2007 Period blood girl
House MD 2007 TV serials Janie
Cross Jordan 2007 TV serials Marisa Owens
What about Brian 2006 TV serials Brenda
Mission: Impossible III 2006 Bet
The 40-year-old virgin 2005 Teen sucking girl
Carniv 2003-2005 TV serials Libby Dreifuss
Sexual life 2005 Terri
Not specified 2001-2003 TV serials Lizzie Exley
The gray in between 2002 Stephanie
ER 2000 TV serials Emma Miller
The fanatical teachings of Julian Tau 2000 Short Rabbit Jeffrey
Law & authority 1999 TV serials Janet Tuckman
The 24-hour woman 1999 Panty Victim
Hit the monkey 1994 Tony Peck


Title Year Status Character
Carniv 2005 TV series performer – 1 episode

Thank you

Title Year Status Character
Paul 2011 special thanks
Adventureland 2009 would like to thank the filmmakers


Title Year Status Character
Making ‘Carniv 2003 TV short herself
Bowling for Columbine 2002 Documentary Herself (uncredited)


Nominated awards

Year Price Ceremony Presentation Movie
1995 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Supporting Actress Spanking the Monkey (1994)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia


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