Esmé Bianco

as Herself in the movie Under the Influence... Of Tease!

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Was born at 25 May 1982 (now is 36 years old) in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, UK

British-born Esmé Bianco is an internationally-acclaimed actress andperformer, best-known for her role as "Ros" in the Emmy Award-winningshow, "Game of Thrones" (2011) . Degree-educated in Drama and Theatre Arts at London's GoldsmithsUniversity; Bianco's acting career started with performances in musicvideos for the likes of 'Robbie Williams (I)' and'Slayer (III)' , and UK television appearances on BBC and Channel4; before she was cast as "Ros" in the pilot episode of HBO's "Game ofThrones". Although originally cast in the pilot for only one scene opposite'Peter Dinklage' , Bianco's talent spoke volumes and changed thecourse of the series. Astounded by her single performance, executivesboldly swayed from the books on which "Game of Thrones" is based,turning "Ros", a one-time guest star fabricated for the pilot into aseries regular.

Interestingly, after getting the series green light,the original pilot episode was totally re-shot with the exception ofBianco's first scene with Dinklage; a scene which garnered her athree-season run. "Game of Thrones" secured her a loyal fan base acrossthe globe and her popularity continues to grow along with her risingfilm career. Bianco has enjoyed a successful modeling career, fronting campaigns forluxury lingerie brands, such as Agent Provocateur, Modern Courtesan andAtsuko Kudo, and has traveled the world with her burlesque and cabaretshows, creating high octane performances for the likes of'Sting (I)' , the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, W hotel, Ministry ofSound and Vanity Fair. She recently relocated to Los Angeles. .

There is some small facts about Esmé Bianco:
  • Although originally cast in the pilot of "Game of Thrones" (2011) for only one scene opposite 'Peter Dinklage' , Bianco's talent spoke volumes and changed the course of the series. Astounded by her single performance, executives boldly swayed from the books on which "Game of Thrones" is based, turning "Ros", a one-time guest star fabricated for the pilot into a series regular. Interestingly, after getting the series green light, the original pilot episode was totally re-shot, with the exception of Bianco's first scene with Dinklage; a scene which garnered her a three-season run.
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There is the list of movies, where Esmé Bianco was taked part:
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1 Under the Influence... Of Tease! movie Under the Influence... Of Tease! 2009 as Herself
2 A Christmas Mystery movie A Christmas Mystery 2014 as Rebecca Clark
3 Brit Awards 2007 movie Brit Awards 2007 2007 as Herself
4 Brit Awards 2008 movie Brit Awards 2008 2008 as Herself
5 Burlesque Fairytales movie Burlesque Fairytales 2009 as Mother
6 Chemical Wedding movie Chemical Wedding 2008 as Mavis
7 Dead Man Running movie Dead Man Running 2009 as Burlesque Singer
8 Dolls movie Dolls 2006 as Mouche
9 Eric & Ernie movie Eric & Ernie 2011 as Lola
10 Living Among Us movie Living Among Us 2016 as Elleanor
11 Making of Game of Thrones movie Making of Game of Thrones 2011 as Ros
12 Ominous movie Ominous 2015 as Rachel Young
13 The Big I Am movie The Big I Am 2010 as Madame Dupoint
14 The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne movie The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne 2015 as Feminina
15 Any Human Heart movie Any Human Heart 2010 as Betty
16 Game of Thrones movie Game of Thrones 2011 as Ros
17 Gay of Thrones movie Gay of Thrones 2013 as Ros
18 The Magicians movie The Magicians 2015 as Eliza
There is the list of some printed articles of Bianco, Esmé:
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2012, Iss. 11, pg. 12, by: n/a, "Fresh Flesh: Esmé Bianco"
There is the list of some quotes of Esmé Bianco:
  • Objectivity is almost a choice you make. As a burlesque performer, I didn't choose to be objectified.
  • You can't get anywhere in life without taking risks.
  • We see a lot of gory deaths on "Game of Thrones" (2011) .
  • I don't think the very fact that I'm a woman makes me suddenly more vulnerable or more inherently used and abused.
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