Rose Bianco is an American actress, born and raised in Chicago. She made her debut at the Victory Gardens Theatre and shortly after went to DePaul University as a speech & drama major. She also studied acting for two years with Ted Liss. Rose worked with the theater company Les Nickelettes in San Francisco and originated the role of Crystal Glitz in “The Didi Glitz Story: I’d Rather Be Doing Something Else” based on the underground comix character Didi Glitz, created by Diane Noomin. Rose originated the role of the Spanish Gypsy in the Magic Theatre premiere of Ed Bullins’ “City Preacher.”
Rose moved to NY, studied with Julie Bovasso and Bill Hickey, and appeared in various showcases including a New Dramatist production, “Public Transportation.”
After a long hiatus while raising her children, she re-entered the show business workforce in Atlanta just as the “Hollywood of the South” was reaching critical mass.
Rose will be seen in “The Quarry” which has been selected as a Narrative Spotlight feature in the 2020 SXSW film festival. She recently finished up working on “The Tomorrow War,” a feature starring Chris Pratt.