Bella Vendramini holds dual Australian and New Zealand citizenships and is the daughter of author Rosie Scott and filmmaker Danny Vendramini. At the age of 14 she played Juliet at La Boite Theatre, Australia and performed with the La Byte actor's troupe of Brisbane. Bella has performed in various films, including the title role in the Australian Independent feature film Playing with Piranhas, as well as winning the audience award for Best Actress at the TAP gallery awards for short film, The Philanderers. In theatre, among others, Bella has performed in Iolanthe at The Sydney Opera House, The Taming of The Shrew with Shakespeare By The Sea Troupe, The Servant of Two Masters with Blackmoon Theatre and Terrorism at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre. Bella trained at The Actor's Center, various studies at The National Institute of Dramatic Art and recently two years at The Lee Strasberg Institute of New York. A TV show, Down and Out, based on her memoirs, is in pre-production with Essential Viewing.