Cynthia Daddona is an award-winning, on-camera personality-interviewer, comedienne-actress (SAG-AFTRA), well-being lifestyle expert, advocate & journalist (food, travel, home, well-being, film/TV), indie film producer, performer, an accomplished Mediterranean Natural Foods cook and a spiritual and well-being life wisdom coach for all areas of your life. She is passionate about appearing in inspirational films, TV and multimedia projects. She has won two Telly Awards for her on-camera hosting and interviewing programs. She has appeared in major feature movies, television movies, television shows and hosted culinary-travel documentaries in Greece and Italy. Cynthia is of Mediterranean descent and enjoys celebrating different cultures and recipes including of her own ancestry.
Cynthia hosted a six-part, live TV segment on AZTV (reach of two million) called, “Wellbeing for the Body and Soul.” The program covered healthy eating, living, mindset and giving back. She has experienced her own miracles and miracles of others through the power of prayer and giving back. She is also passionate about longevity wisdom, food as medicine, sustenance, love connection and access for all to healthy housing options and clean fruits and vegetables.
As an inspirational speaker Cynthia has given 100’s of talks on well-being for the body, mind, soul & home topics drawing on her wisdom from extensive study, research and from her own life, love & personal growth laboratory.
In addition, she is a dynamic presenter on television, at special events, conferences and culinary programs. As a keynote speaker at SPA Magazine’s national conference, “Living Life in Balance” Cynthia provided life wisdom tips. She has also spoken to travelers about regional dishes and the health benefits of Mediterranean cuisine and has made presentations on wellness, Mediterranean cooking and lifestyle at top spas, cruises, festivals, churches and at Whole Foods, Inc. who described Cynthia Daddona as, “A natural, vibrant and engaging guest-chef/presenter who excels at educating, entertaining and feeding audiences.
Press and Praise:
“Lighthearted Enlightenment!…Cynthia has a truly divine sense of humor.” – Los Angeles Times
“In our ten years of producing programming. Cynthia Daddona was one of our best guests. She is funny, informative and the camera loves her! – Paul Van Name, Director – Wisdom Television
“Cynthia is a Pretty Woman and Very Spiritual.” – Garry Marshall (Director of the films “Pretty Woman,” “Princess Diaries,” and Creator of the television series Happy Days)
“Cynthia Daddona is an inspirational example of someone who believes in herself, her work, stays focused and affirms her success to manifest her dreams. She will nurture your spirit, uplift your soul and tickle your funny bone.” – Jack Canfield, Co-creator of #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, Co-Author of The Power of Focus and peak performance coach.
“Cynthia is a very funny lady. I was so taken by her work on enlightenment that I leave the lights on 24-hours a day!” – The Late Comedy Legend Jonathan Winters
“Cynthia is a triple-talent on-camera, on radio and in the written word! – ABC-TV
“Cynthia is a breath of fresh air and sparkles like a morning sunrise.” – Mark Victor Hansen, Co-creator of #1 New York Times best- selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul.
“Cynthia’s engaging and joyful presence comes through on-camera and in her inspiring stories of a woman’s journey of finding self-love, true love and the love of human connection discovered through cooking, creativity and grace at the dining table.” – Sidney Clifton, Creator, Exec. Producer of the Celebration Table with Maya Angelou.
“Cynthia Daddona not only skillfully narrates the culinary-travel program Under the Grecian Sun (filmed in Greece), but her improvisational comedic talents shine through as well, making for a very entertaining program.” – Mavis Manus, Hellenic Journal