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Francesca Angelucci Capaldi
June 8, 2004
|Residence||Carlsbad, California, U.S.|
|Known for||Dog with a Blog|
|Francesca Capaldi at Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2014.|
Life and career
Capaldi was born to parents of Italian descent in La Jolla, California, and resides in Carlsbad, California with her parents. She began acting with small roles in the Disney Channel Original Series A.N.T. Farm and in the CBS comedy How I Met Your Mother, as a 7-year-old Lily, who is played as an adult by Alyson Hannigan. In addition, Capaldi was featured in the pilot for The Goodwin Games. Capaldi also stars in Corbin Bernsen's independent film 3 Day Test and in Dog with a Blog on Disney Channel, her series regular debut. She started her voicing career as the voice of the Little Red-Haired Girl in the 2015 film The Peanuts Movie.
|2012||3 Day Test||Jessie Taylor|
|2015||The Dog Who Saved Summer||Kara Bannister|
|2015||The Peanuts Movie||Little Red-Haired Girl and Frieda||Voice role; as Francesca Angelucci Capaldi|
|2017||Max 2: White House Hero||Alex Bragov||as Francesa Angelucci Capaldi|
|2012–2015||Dog with a Blog||Chloe James||Main role|
|2015||Jessie||Madeline||Episode: "What a Steal"|
|2019||Crown Lake||Nellie Chambers||Main role|
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