Bianca & Chiara
Hailing from Santa Monica, CA, eleven-year-old twins Bianca and Chiara D’Ambrosio broke into show business at two and a half years old, and haven’t looked back since. Since their break-out role as “Summer Newman” on The Young and the Restless (CBS), the girls have been featured in several commercials and popular music videos including Bon Jovi’s “What Do You Got” and American Idol alum Crystal Bowersox’s hit music video for her 2010 hit single, “Farmer’s Daughter.” On the small screen, Chiara and Bianca have appeared together or individually on NBC’s smash comedy hit Parks and Recreation, Legit, The Jeselnik Offensive, The Closer, and Criminal Minds. The twins also appeared on the NBC pilot for Guys With Kids and recently debuted as Ted McGinley’s daughters on Nick at Nite’s See Dad Run.
Bianca and Chiara made their feature film debut in Feeding Mr. Baldwin, an award-winning dark comedy directed by Will Prescott which is out right now on video on demand. In addition to appearing in Catch, I’ve Got Your Back and Voodoo the Right Thing the twins worked in Reflections opposite veteran actor Ray Wise. The girls both were nominated for Young Artist Awards this year. Bianca for her role in a pilot called Marked and Chiara for her Guest Star role on FX Legit. The girls just completed a Disney Pilot in which they are Guest Star Recurring role starting in Jan 2014.
In December 2012, Bianca and Chiara released the music video for their anti-bullying song, “Let Your Light Shine.” Filmed over three days in Southern California, the video featured several of their celebrity friends and quickly went viral and generated nearly 1.5 million YouTube views in 72 hours. Widely considered as the anthem for anti-bullying efforts worldwide during 2013, the “Let Your Light Shine” music video was an Official Selection at dozens of film festivals, including the Palm Beach International Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, and Garden State Film Festival, and received numerous honors. In June 2013, Bianca and Chiara received a prestigious Gracie Allen Award for “Outstanding Viral Video” at their annual awards in NYC.