Rose has lived in Atlanta, Georgia, for the past 20 years, where she raised her children and then returned to the acting business. You’ll be delighted after learning some previously unknown facts about her, which we’ve compiled below.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Rose Bianco
1. Classically Trained Actress
Rose is a well-educated young lady. She attended DePaul University and majored in Speech and Drama. She also spent two years studying acting at the Ted Liss Studio, which is a conservatory-style program and has classical training as an actress.
2. Debut Started With Theatres
The experienced actress began her acting career after finishing her studies and acting classes. Her stage debut was at the “Victory Gardens Theatre”. She later relocated to San Francisco and began working with the theatre company “Les Nickelettes”.
3. No Wikipedia
Rose does not have a dedicated Wiki page. Having said that, she is one of the longest-serving members of the film industry, and her information is widely available.
4. Took A Break
She took a break from acting after a few years and went to fulfill her role as a mother. We can say she didn’t want anything to get in the way of her motherhood.
5. Best Known Role
Bianca is a well-known actress best known for her role as Miguel’s grandmother in the popular Netflix series Cobra Kai. That is a TV show about martial arts rivalry. 
6. Has Her Own Website
Rose enjoys keeping her fans up to date on her most recent work. As a result, she has devised an intriguing method of doing so, as she has her own website called “Rose Bianco” where she posts her videos and photographs. 
7. A Blogger
She is a blogger in addition to owning her own website. She has many blogs on her website that she uses to update her fans on her daily activities.
8. Migrated To Newyork
Rose moved to New York after gaining an “Equity card” in Ed Bullins’ “City Preacher” at the “Famed Magic Theatre”, where she studied with “Julie Bovasso” and “Bill Hickey” and appeared in a number of showcases, including a New Dramatist production, “Public Transportation”.