DANA KREITZ is a Filipino American actress best known for her appearance as ‘Rea’ in Off-Broadway’s ROMULUS THE GREAT and as ‘Nina’ in Julia Kennelly’s CHANDLER (Official Selection, Atlanta Film Festival 2018).

Originally from California, she found her training, her roots, and her husband (actor Griffin Stanton-Ameisen) in Las Vegas, where she graduated with a BA in theatre performance from UNLV's Stage and Screen Acting program.

Dana and Griffin first moved to Philadelphia, a city bustling with independent theater. While working in Philly and regionally, Dana began building a career in commercials and independent films.

Dana now lives in New York City and works regularly in film, television, commercials and theatre, appearing in the features WETLANDS (w/ Adewale Akinnouye-Agbaje) and SLOW LEARNERS (w/ Adam Pally), short films AU and COUNTERPOINT and CBS’s “BLUE BLOODS.”

She is also an active producer, most recently serving as Executive Producer on the short film WHERE IT STOPS (Official Selection, Chelsea Film Festival 2018) and currently as Producer on the new web series “COMING OUT” under HAPA Media alongside Chelsea B. Lockie, Gabe Quiroga, and her twin sister Leah Kreitz.



"The coarsest moment of the play (and also its most affecting) is a monologue: Luce’s classmate Stephanie (Dana Kreitz) offers a harrowing glimpse into the high school social scene in its real, unvarnished form." Encore Michigan
"Although Stephanie only appears once in the play, her delivery powerfully displays the naïveté Luce should possess at his age, but doesn’t."
The Oakland Press


“Dana Kreitz is terrific as the series of unwitting women who fall prey to their pranks.”


Dana Kreitz plays Julia's best friend Holly perfectly. Kreitz [...] is the epitome of the 80's.”
DelCo News


Leads were two newcomers Dana Kreitz (Kim) and Anthony Connell (Chris). These two characters must not only have soaring voices but must sell the pain, pity and pathos and of their relationship. They are superb.”

Greer Firestone

“Kreitz brings both innocence and determination to Kim and the pair work well together.”
DelCo News