Andrea Grano is a luscious beauty who is known for delivering a memorable portrayal in the roles she’s done on both screen and stage. From being feted as a powerhouse or perfectly positioned to buoy the show, Andrea is a figure for admiration. Yet again, it’s another top festival, this time the Santa Barbara Film Fest 2014 edition that celebrates a talent with the ability to keep us riveted. The indie comedy “BFFs” which she co-wrote with Tara Karsian is screening Friday, Jan 31 and will see Andrea starring as Samantha who while at a couples workshop discover some surprises in her relationship with her friend Kat (Tara Karsian). The buzz going around is that she’s expected to receive some acting nods for her role in “BFFs” and kudos to her for getting a bevy of amazing women such as Larisa Oleynik, Molly Hagan and Sigrid Thornton to appear with her. If Andrea does get the plaudits, it won’t be the first time nor will it be the last.
Last year, she garnered a Best Supporting Actress Award nomination at the 2013 Madrid International Film Festival for her resonating performance in “No God, No Master”. Playing the immigrant neighbor Concetta who has a complicated relationship with the protagonist FBI Agent William Flynn (David Strathairn) tasked to investigate a series of bombs mailed to numerous U.S. officials and businessmen in 1919 New York. She harbors a strong resentment towards the man and Andrea is memorably believable in the role of a woman grappling with her deep-seated grudge. While Andrea is evidently easy on the eyes, her Eva Mendes-like beauty spot does make her pretty sultry. She’s already a standout on the creative front as well and it’s time everybody embrace what an accomplished entertainer she has become…:)
JULIETTE BENNETT is perceptibly sultry and a raving beauty who is at the cusp of a flourishing career. In the thriller “Shame The Devil”, she plays Sarah, a beautiful criminal profiler who teams up with a London detective on the trail of a serial killer. The rutheless psychopath seems to choose victims based on whether they are telling lies and the tension is most unbearable in many of the scenes as the riveting trailer (above) depicts. She does join the likes of screen vixens such as Lily Collins and Emilia Clarke who have that serial addiction we call seductively bushy eyebrows. The best part is whether she’s a blonde or a brunette, JULIETTE is equally desirable with a few reviews praising her as a special talent. Winning the Best Actress Award at the 2011 Manhattan Film Festival would have also been a great endorsement of her impeccable ability to enchant viewers.
JULIETTE is certainly striking the iron while it’s hot and at the right time too. Having also appeared in the gangster flick “White Collar Hooligan 2: England Away”, she’s on a roll with several indie films to come including being in “Don Peyote” which stars Anne Hathaway. Keep you eyes and ears firmly on her by visiting the JULIETTE BENNETT OFFICIAL SITE. In one of the interviews, she cites being courageous as two parallels of life and acting with her fearlessly gravitating towards the challenges both bring. This is just the type of tenacity that will lead her to long-lasting success and make JULIETTE memorable in the eyes of the public.