This blog is dedicated to the talented actresses Laura Marie Marano and Vanessa Marano. Enjoy!
Laura Marie Marano (born November 29, 1995) is an American teen actress and singer. She has appeared in Without a Trace and Back to You, in both instances playing the daughter of the main characters. She currently stars in the Disney Channel series Austin & Ally as Ally Dawson. Her older sister Vanessa Marano is also an actress. Marano will also be starring as a lead role in the new film, A Sort of Homecoming.
Laura Marano started acting in the theatre when she was five years old. She has done numerous plays at the Agoura Children's Theatre, and continued her acting in many national commercials.
She is now starring in the Disney Channel show, Austin & Ally (2011), where she is playing the title character, "Ally Dawson".
Vanessa Nicole Marano (born October 31, 1992) is an American actress. She has appeared on the TV series Without a Trace, Gilmore Girls, Ghost Whisperer, Scoundrels and The Young and the Restless, among others. She is currently a main character on Switched at Birth, where she stars as Bay Kennish. Her younger sister, Laura Marano is also a successful actress, starring on Austin & Ally.
Vanessa Marano started acting in the theater when she was seven years old, performing in numerous plays at A.C.T. in Agoura Hills, California. She began her professional career with several national commercials.
Marano is most recognized for her roles as "Bay Kennish", in Switched at Birth (2011)
Vanessa speaks Italian and is enrolled in her sophomore year in college.
marano sisters looking fly as fuck x
thank you! :)
Laura and Vanessa Attend the Teen Choice Awards (8.10.14)
“+ I did it, I caressed your cheek. I made it happen, I’m so proud of myself”
Laura, A&A, and SAB are nominees in the 2014 TCA’s! Vote Laura Marano for choice comedy actress, Austin&Ally for choice comedy, and Switched at Birth for choice drama online here.
"What’s hard about the business is the fact that it’s always switching on you. It goes from fast paced to slow paced, then back to fast paced without any warning at all. There’s really no middle speed."