Mostly Credited As: Bianca Biasi
Country Of Birth: Australia
Bianca Biasi - Producer, Writer, Director, Actress
Bianca has worked in the Television and Film Industry for over 18 years both in front of the camera and, in most jobs, behind the scenes including casting, directing, writing and producing.
Bianca is one of many in her family who are in the public eye; her cousin Roy Biasi was the Mayor of Taurianova in Italy for 12 consecutive years and now holds the position of secretary to the premier of Calabria, Italy. Her other cousin John Sidoti (former mayor of Burwood), currently holds the position of MP for Drummoyne in Sydney Australia.
Bianca started out in the Entertainment Industry as an Australian Actress. After dedication 6 years training in the most prominent American Acting Methods, she appeared in and worked with producers and directors from Australia on award winning home grown shows such as Home and Away (Channel Seven Productions), All Saints (Channel Seven Productions), White Collar Blue (Knapman Wyld Television), Above The Law (Columbia Tristar – Channel Ten), and Breakers (Network Ten).
She has also worked in American productions such as the TV show Beastmaster (An Alliance-Atlantis/Coote Hayes Productions- in association with Tristar Entertainment and Endemol Entertainment) and the TV Movie The Junction Boys staring Tom Berenger and Ryan Kwanten (Vanguard films Orly Adelson Productions ESPN Network ESPN Original Entertainment)
She debuted in her first feature film Burke & Wills (Cake Productions), which made its mark strongly at the Tribeca Film Festival (founded by Robert De Niro). She has also featured in many TVC's and various short films.
Over the years Bianca has worked directly with many of the most renowned production houses, directors and producers worldwide.
After gaining a great deal of insight and experience from various behind the scenes work, she formed Morning Starr Productions with Rebekah Biasi in 2009.
In 2010 Bianca and Rebekah became associate producers on their first feature film ‘Brush’ and now have a selection of feature films and documentaries on their slate through Morning Starr Productions.
Morning Starr Productions have received international interest for their feature film ‘Delirium’. Delirium is an experimental feature film exploring the King’s Cross under world and police corruption.
More recently Morning Starr Productions has embarked on a unique concept with two more feature films; ‘The Parkway Hauntings’ and ‘The Quarantine Hauntings’. Both of these films were shot at known haunted locations in Sydney.
‘The Q Station Experiment’ Documentary (also produced by Morning Starr Productions) came about whilst shooting at the Quarantine Station, Manly. The Footage captured was so compelling that the Morning Starr Productions team quickly realized they also had a documentary in the making.
Morning Starr Productions currently have four more productions in the pipeline. One of which is Bianca’s own screenplay ‘The Womaniser’.
Bianca has worked alongside stars such as –
Ryan Kwanten: True Blood, New Girl, Not Suitable for children and Legend of the Guardians
Isabel Lucas: Transformers, Red Dawn, Immortals, Daybreakers
Sir Bobby Charlton: English former football player, regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of all time
Tom Berenger: Inception, Sinners and Saints and The Junction Boy
Dan Hany: Offspring, Underbelly and East West 101
Alin Sumarwata: Neighbours, Burning Man, False Witness and Sea Patrol
Chris Egan: Letters to Juliet and Resident Evil
Brooke Satchwell; Packed to the Rafters, Neighbours and Canal Road
Georgie Parker: Home and Away, All Saints, City Homicide and The Man From Snowy River
Tammin Sursok: Aquamarine, Pretty Little Liars, The young and the restless and Home and Away
Peter O'Brien: X-men Origins: Wolverine, Underbelly and Gossip Girl
Kate Ritchie: Cops LAC, Underbelly, Mr and Mrs Murder and Home and Away
Erik Thomson: Packed to the rafters, The Alice, Always Greener and Wildside