David Bianchi

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David Bianchi
NationalityAmerican-Brazilian
EducationArizona State University (BFA)
OccupationActor, producer, screenwriter
Websitedavidbianchi.actor

David Bianchi is an American-Brazilian actor, producer, and screenwriter.

With over 90 professional film and television credits and independent films[1] he can be seen in major films and indies like Elizabethtown, Priest, Filly Brown as well as numerous TV appearances on shows like HBO's Westworld, Unsolved, Animal Kingdom, Shooter, The Last Ship, Southland, Pretty Little Liars, and Days of Our Lives.[2]

As a result of his work in front of the camera, Bianchi is an active voting member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as well as being a member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) and was nominated for an Imagen Award. He has 18 professional producer credits, 16 screenwriter credits and is the founder of Exertion Films.[3] Bianchi is a member of the Producers Guild of America. He is the producer, writer, and star of All Out Dysfunktion! (Directed by Ryan LeMasters).[4][5] The film co-stars Rene Rosado, Emmy-winner Vincent De Paul, Gerry Bednob, and Geraldine Viswanathan.

Bianchi is currently in production on Catalyst (directed by Christopher Folkens).[6] He stars with action star Patrick Kilpatrick, Michael Roark, and Noel Gugliemi. This is his fifth feature film as a producer.

He is a Spoken Word poet with TV appearances on two seasons of the NAACP Award-nominated show Verses and Flow.[7] Bianchi produces spoken word films collaborating with others in the field including Emmy-nominated, Grammy Award-winning actor/poet Malcolm Jamal Warner.[8][9]

Background[edit]

Bianchi first hit the stage in 3rd grade in Mexico City.[10] He is classically trained with a BFA in theatre and film from Arizona State University[11]. He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.[12]

Bianchi is also a painter and has exhibited his works in gallery shows in Scottsdale, Beverly Hills, and Los Angeles. In 2011, he received a congratulatory letter from the City of Los Angeles and then-Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for his artistic endeavors in North Hollywood.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "‘Pretty intense’ indie thriller films in Gastonia" Gaston Gazette. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  2. ^ "Eat, Pray, Love's David Bianchi" Hollywood Weekly. Retrieved 2018-07-02.
  3. ^ "The Power of Ambition: David Bianchi" Soul and Salsa. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  4. ^ "Players" Variety. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  5. ^ "The Courage To Make It Happen" Film Courage. Retrieved 2018-07-03.
  6. ^ "Exclusive Trailer Debut of Indie Thriller Catalyst" Film Threat. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  7. ^ "Omari Hardwick Returns To Host Season 3 Of TV One’s ‘Verses and Flow’ (9/11 Premiere)" Indie Wire. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  8. ^ "Malcolm-Jamal Warner Uses Poetry In New Video Calling For Unity In America" Huffington Post. Retrieved 2018-07-03.
  9. ^ "Buff Interviews: The Movie Buff talks to actor David Bianchi" The Movie Buff. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  10. ^ "DAVID BIANCHI: STRUGGLE, TRIUMPH AND THE ART OF DYSFUNKTION" Get Far. Retrieved 2018-07-03.
  11. ^ "Life through the eyes of David Bianchi" Felix. Retrieved 2018-06-31.
  12. ^ "David Bianchi: The Quintessential Artist" TVC Magazine. Retrieved 2018-06-31.

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