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Meet Ava Bianchi

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ava Bianchi.

Ava, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I am a 14 years old actor living in Los Angeles. I started doing theater plays when I was only four years old. I have worked very hard over the last ten years. I had had some success during those years by booking various shows and commercials and also voiceovers. I was fortunate to book a feature film during COVID 19. I am looking forward to filming in Atlanta sometime in the fall.

I am also currently a college student. I passed the California High School Proficiency exam when I was 13 years old. I have high hopes of attending UCLA or Pepperdine University within the next two years. I believe anyone can do anything they set their mind too with hard work and determination.

I also love donating my time to those who need my help the most. I love volunteering with my church or with Big Sunday or other amazing charitable organizations. I think if we all work together, we can all make a huge difference in the lives of those that need it the most.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
I have had so many struggles on my path in the entertainment industry. This is a very difficult industry and you have to have a strong backbone to take all of the rejection. You might have thousands of auditions without a single booking. Even if you have a booking, it is never a guarantee. I worked on projects that never were released, or my part was cut. There were a few years where every project I worked on failed in some way shape or form. I learned to just go with the flow. Whatever is meant to be will be. I have a very good work ethic and do not let myself be discouraged for too long. It is the nature of the business.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
I am an actress in Los Angeles. I sing, act and dance. I love theatre and film. I love every aspect of the industry and I audition for everything including voiceovers. It is a lot of work and takes a ton of commitment. In the long run all the hard work pays off. You just have to think of the audition as the job and let it go after you are finished. If you get the job, it is the added bonus. Each audition is an opportunity to make a fan at the casting office. You may not be right for the current project, but if you do a great job they will remember you in the future!

What is “success” or “successful” for you?
For me success is feeling you have given it your personal best. This industry is so difficult that all you can do is give it your best. I am just hoping I can leave my mark in a creative way and then I will feel like I have really succeeded. I want to inspire others to reach for the stars and go after their dreams. Inspiring others is where it is at for me.

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