Musetta has been featured in a number of magazines, including a pictoral in Maxim, several articles for Femme Fatales, and a cover on Details.
Musetta is close friends with fellow actress Sandra Hess.
Musetta has a number of skills that she uses in acting, including ballet, jazz, tap, yoga, various accents, swimming, and singing.
Musetta's theater credits include The Bourgeois Gentleman, in which she played Countess Dorimene, and Soweto's Burning, in which she played Emma. Soweto's Burning was named the LA Critic's choice for the year.
Musetta is represented professionally by the firm Jeff Goldberg Management. She is also listed with David Shapiro & Associates (theater) and Abrams Artists & Associates (commercials).
Musetta has made numerous national commercials, including playing Agent 24-7 for Prudential Real Estate and Yoplait Yogurt.
Because of her many roles in Sci-fi TV and movies, Musetta frequently guest stars at such conventions as JumpCon and Starcon.
Musetta was cast for a role in the 2006 movie Alpha Dog, but unfortunately the filming schedule kept changing, and because she was working on another project at the time she was unable to play the part in the end.
Musetta enjoys Qigong, meditation, spending time outdooors, yoga, dance, traveling, swimming and snorkeling.
Musetta teaches at The Performer's Academy in Orange County, as does her husband Jeff Celetano.
Musetta is 5'8", with brown hair and brown eyes.
Musetta has one brother and one sister.
Because of her background in dance, Musetta picks up fight choreography very easily. She tries to do as many of her own stunts as possible, but she leaves the truly dangerous stuff to her stunt doubles.
To realise the 180 degrees headspin on Buffy the Vampire Slayer's episode "Teachers Pet" Musetta had to stand on excactly the same mark and turn her head in whatever direction. Then they would digitally match it and keep her head turning to make it look like she was doing a 180 degree spin.
Musetta earned a BA in Communications and Psychology.
Musetta: (on guest starring on "Xena") It`s really fun to do. It`s really great to have women battling it out like this, just for the fun of it!
Musetta: (on why she gets so many sci-fi/action roles) I have a dance background. I think that`s what leaned me into getting this kind of work. It`s easier, I guess, than for somebody who doesn`t have that kind of a background. I naturally take to kicking or being flexible and making the moves.
Musetta: That`s the part I like about acting. Its not every job where you can just dress up and become all these different characters... all these crazy people. I`m finding it quite wonderful!
Musetta: (on her costume for "Xena") It`s a lot of action, a lot of hard work and some pain in these metal costumes. There`s a lot of lacing in it; it takes quite a while to lace me into it in the mornings. I have two people working on me at the same time and it takes 15 minutes, maybe a little longer. I stay in it the entire day, and by the end I`m quite happy to take it off! I tell you, it`s a tough job being a tough chick!