Courtney Zito is a San Francisco Bay  Area Creative. Her experience (both in front of and  behind the camera) extends to Commercials, Television, Films and Indie  Series. Her focus is on producing, directing, writing and acting.

Best known for her work in Hollywood Girl,  an indie series she wrote, produced, directed and starred in, she played  the role of quirky and lovable Quinn Monroe, to the delight of  audiences across the globe. The show aired on Cable TV, and was  translated into several languages because of its global appeal.  Hollywood Girl has amassed many awards for Courtney, her cast and the  producers. Following the success of Hollywood Girl, Courtney officially  started her own Production Company, Hollywood Girl Pictures, and began  her second series, Dirty Thirties, a more grown up comedy about best  friends and dating in LA. Again, she won awards for Acting, Writing  & Producing the series.

In addition to her own projects,  Courtney has produced Reality TV shows and music videos for various  production companies in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. Most  notably, the Pilot for Steve Austin's Broken Skull Ranch and Teddy Ray  & DoBoy: Blowin' up with 

Russell Simmons on All Def Digital.  

Now,  as a mother to an active toddler, Courtney is devoting more time to writing and photography. A born storyteller, she is finding new ways to do just that.  She recently published her first novel with co-writer,  Timothy Hammer, titled Peripheral Vision. Peripheral Vision, a  supernatural thriller, is being sold exclusively on Amazon. She has also started a photography business, with an emphasis on family and children's portraits.