Bianca Asilo
Actor, Dancer
“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it”
– Winston Churchill

Born with a passion for performing, Bianca is quickly working her way into the Toronto film and dance industry. Her stylistic fusion of old school movements and commercial hip hop have led her to pursue a variety of opportunities, such as a supporting role on the Netflix feature film “Work It” and dancing for the Raptors 905 in her second season. Working closely with industry professionals such as Aakomon Jones, Amy Allen, Leon Blackwood, and Teya Wild, Bianca strives to continuously channel her determination to dream and professionalism into everything she does.

As a child, she first found a love for the arts in theatre, taking on roles in local productions (Liesl in the Sound of Music, Mrs. Teevee in Willy Wonka), and building her vocals in broadway technique. At the age of 15 she began to explore her love for dancing and quickly excelled, training competitively at the Canadian Dance Company in contemporary, hip hop, jazz, tap, and ballet. While juggling a competitive schedule, she led and choreographed for her high school dance team, and later went on to contribute and participate in a number of competitive teams, such as McMaster’s Vie Division, and The Clique, training closely in hip hop styles and fundamentals with Paul Mula.

Bianca has been able to translate her training into a number of opportunities, competing and showcasing at events such as GOAT Toronto, the Toronto International Youth Dance Festival, and Culture Shock Canada. Her unique style and energy have led her to feature in various independent videos and performances for choreographers such as Taneikah Wescombe, Fizz Oladiran, and Kin Nguien.

Today Bianca resides in Toronto, continuing to hone and redefine her craft, setting and achieving new goals with every experience.