Aimee "Rizzo" Rizzo is a born-and-raised Long Islander filled to the brim with New York sass and iced coffee (the elixir of life). Having earned her degree in Screenwriting at Ithaca College, Aimee's academic glory was penning two feature films, an original pilot, and writing/producing an action-comedy miniseries (about evil Canadians taking over the world via brainwashing American teenagers) called, "Poutine! On The Fritz." To curb your curiosity, it was absolutely as bizarre as it sounds.
Post-grad, she dived headfirst without a helmet into the Manhattan Reality TV scene, kicking it off with a talent assisting gig for NBC's "America's Got Talent," where her duties included (but were not limited to) not sobbing into a puddle of melted middle school fangirl when she spent 10 hours with The Backstreet Boys. Aimee later joined the office team at Sharp Entertainment producing Adam Richman's new hip restaurant show, "Man Finds Food" for Travel Channel, which she refers to as her own exploration of American eats and FedEx principles. Upon relocating to Seattle in 2014, Aimee hit the ground running at PSG Films, handling post-production and writing country songs for television's very first reality musical, TruTV's "Branson Famous."
When she's not mighty-ing all over the place or over-using adjectives, Aimee is a singer/pianist/trumpeter/actress hybrid, seasoned Zumba enthusiast, and gets wildly crafty in the kitchen developing badass recipes to launch her swanky new cooking blog, "Citizen of the Foodiverse."