An exclusive feature says that Chiara and Bianca D’Ambrosio, celebrated twin actresses and producers, received their third Daytime Emmy nomination for producing the 23-time Emmy-winning series “The Bay.”
Throughout the years, people have celebrated the wins and successes of several male professionals across industries. How often have they celebrated the victories of females who have served as powerhouses of talent in their respective sectors? Well, things have seen a positive change, where several women have reached the forefront of their niches for all the right reasons. Among these, a few rare gems stand distinctive from the rest as they thrive on their passion, immense love for their work, and unwavering commitment to their craft.
Serving as one of the finest examples of such high-performing professionals in the world of films and entertainment are twin sisters, actresses, and producers Chiara and Bianca D’Ambrosio, who fell in love with their art as performers and then went ahead in carving a niche even as producers in the ever-so-evolving and saturated entertainment world.
An exclusive feature says how the already multiple-time Emmy-nominated twin sisters and one-time Emmy winner have again been nominated at the prestigious awards event, which will be held on 15th December. With this, they will receive their second Daytime Emmy nomination for producing the 23-time Daytime Emmy-winning series “The Bay.”
The twin sisters as actresses got their breakout start playing Summer Newman in CBS daytime drama “The Young And The Restless” before going on to appear in shows like NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Nickelodeon’s “See Dad Run” and “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn,” CBS’s “Criminal Minds,” FX’s “Legit,” Disney’s “Diary of a Future President” and more.
With every project they chose to be a part of, they admit how they fell in love with the art of acting every day and found themselves deep within their craft, which later motivated them to become producers. The two incredible talents from Santa Monica, California, US went on to appear in films like Lionsgate Films’ “Fear of Rain” opposite Katherine Heigl and Harry Connick Jr., Lionsgate Films’ “Lady of the Manor,” “High Heat” with Don Johnson, and AMC Network’s Shudder’s “Slapface.”
Bianca D’Ambrosio also starred with the phenomenal Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver in Roadside Attraction’s reproductive rights film “Call Jane,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2022 and the Berlin Film Festival. Bianca is a senior at UC Berkeley .Chiara D’Ambrosio acted as Mel Gibson’s daughter in “Bandit” with Josh Duhamel and went ahead in winning the hearts of audiences and receiving a Daytime Emmy win for her role as Regan Sanders in “The Bay.” Chiara is studying at USC School of Cinematic Arts.
As if attaining so much being Emmy nominated actresses wasn’t enough for them, they wished to push boundaries in the films and entertainment world. They thus established their unique production, film, and television finance company “Mirror Image Films,” which today has become one of the most prominent names in the industry already with multiple films under its name, including three films that were shown at the Sundance Film Festival namely “Sometimes I Think About Dying,” starring Daisy Ridley, “Passing” and “Call Jane.”
Twin sisters, actresses, and producers Chiara and Bianca D’Ambrosio (@dambrosiotwins) are looking forward to the Emmy’s this year for their nomination in “The Bay,” and they are also excited to work on many more promising projects in the coming years.