Gabby was born in New Jersey and quickly escaped to New York in 2012 to pursue a career in acting, comedy and writing. She graduated from Pace University in the International Performance Ensemble Program. There she learned how to develop original work and studied movement based theater, classical, and film technique, as well as tools for contemporary devising.
In 2017, Gabby worked with director Dan Fogelman in his newest feature Life, Itself starring Olivia Wilde and Oscar Isaac. There she has the opportunity to act with Oscar Isaac as well as Anette Benning. She filmed a L'oreal Hair Diaries commercial in partnership with Marie Claire Magazine. She also co-starred in Ruta Viva, a bilingual short film shot in Quito, Ecuador which won Best Short Film at HBO's New York Latino Film Festival amongst other awards and is now streaming on HBO.
Gabby is a stand up comedian and podcast personality. She has performed in New York City (The Comedy Cellar, The Stand, Broadway Comedy Club, Carolines, etc.), Los Angeles (The Comedy Story), Boston (Laugh Boston), Chicago (The Laugh Factory), etc. She produces and appears on Robert Kelly's podcast "You Know What Dude" on the RiotCast network. She also co-hosts ‘Unabashed Podcast’ with fellow comic Zack Signore.
Most recently in the Theater Universe, Gabby worked on a workshop reading of Princess Diana, created by Joe Dipietro, David Bryan and Christopher Ashley at Mirvish Productions in Toronto, Canada. She has traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina for the Bienal Arte Joven performing All is Good conceived and devised by the GAPESEED Ensemble Theatre Co. as well as a adaption of KASPAR directed by Scott Fitzgerald at the Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Sibiu, Romania. She has worked with Annie Hamburger and Seth Bockley during the development of the docu-theatre piece The Wilderness Project, that continued throughout 2015 into 2016. She has traveled with Drama League Nominee Cosmin Chivu's production of Bury the Dead the Sibiu International Theatre Festival. In New York, Gabrielle has been in shows such as Woyzeck at The Chain Theater, The Rabbit on the Moon at the TADA Theater, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses directed by Dr. Ruis Woertendyke. She has also trained in comedy sketch writing and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade, Second City Los Angeles and interned in the writing department at NBC's Saturday Night Live and the producing department of The Emerging Theatre of the American Moment (the TEAM).