Bianca Rossini

Bianca Rossini

Bianca Rossini was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is an author, accomplished actress, singer and talk show host. Her acting credits include the films The Fast One, Brainiacs, Mobsters, Bad Influence and Moon Over Parador, and the television shows Martial Law, Diagnosis Murder; The Sentinel, Chicago Hope and Matlock.

Bianca’s first music CD includes a song co-written with Hollywood Film and TV composer Glenn Scott Lacey. This collection of original Latin, pop, jazz tracks features notable musicians such as Flora Purim and Marco Tulio. She lives in Beverly Hills where she currently produces, writes and hosts a weekly TV talk show The Bianca Rossini Show.
Bianca is the author of Julia-Confessions of a Brazilian Super Model and A Brazilian Heart-Rubies, Murdered Love and Other Poems, her first bilingual poetry book.

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