Bianca Lopez is born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Literally born in Hollywood, she stared acting on stage at the age of five.
She’s a first generation Latin-X with roots in Nicaragua and Ecuador. Bianca’s passion started in theater and she got to explore that more deeply when she went to the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. After high school, Bianca went on to study at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
She transitioned to TV and Film in her late teens. Her exotic looks and trained craft have allowed her to play roles as eclectic as, an Argentinian super model, to a 1940s blues singer.
Bianca burst into A-List Hollywood through her portrayal of the tormenting Cheerleader, Fontana, in The Princess Diaries starring Anne Hathaway and directed by Gary Marshall.
Bianca has maintained a grounded perspective by having her family so close in Downey, California where she grew up.
Along the way, Bianca has also pursed modeling, which includes a national ad in both Hispanic and General market for Sprint, an editorial ad campaign for Canon, and she’s currently the face of Nabisco. Commercials have also played a big part in Bianca’s journey as an actor, she's currently the spokesperson for GE Appliances.
Recently Bianca has started doing stand up and has performed all over LA at The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, and Flappers to name a few. Last year she started producing her own stand up shows with other female comics, called The Comedy Coven. They play all over LA. Bianca regards this as a passion project, and has a lot of material from her family, so it’s hardly considered a job.
Bianca continues to pursue mainstream TV and Film roles. With Hollywood's focus on diversity, she possesses the looks, and cultural understanding, to be a rising star.