Isabella Cascarano is a Venezuelan actress from Italian parents; she is now living in Los Angeles, California. Isabella has alternated her career in film, television and theater in Latin America and in The United States. Isabella started in the entertainment industry at a young age, participating in many theater and dance productions.
Afterwards she was chosen as one of 13 representatives for the Face of Revlon Venezuela. Isabella is an entrepreneur and passionate about her career, she continues in her preparation as an actress, and at the meantime participating in numerous radio and television commercials, print ads, dubbing voices and conducting live events and television. Isabella is a versatile actress, bold, intense, and she likes acting challenge to experience interesting proposals on each characters. She believes in magic and creativity that each filmmaker applies in his works, and so reaches the authentic understanding of its author. We could not miss her side as a producer, debuted a few years ago when she produced several of her own theaters shows to help sick and abandoned children.
Her shows were seen in large theaters, schools and universities in the Midwest of the United States, such as the "Lincoln Center of the Arts" where she work hard to implement the dance and the art in the theaters of those communities. The "Wisconsin Arts Board" recognized her work and gave Isabella monetary support to continue her artistic work with children. She also had the luck to show her show at Time Warner Cable channel for three months in the Art and Culture section.
As a Film Producer, Isabella, includes "Our Vows" the short film which she starred and won "Best Actress" at the Euro Film Festival November 2011 in Marbella, Spain. Also Produced The Lookout in January 2012 a feature film based on a drama.
Isabella is spiritual, and she has been involved in philanthropy to devote part of her volunteer time to work with terminally ill children Starlight Children Foundation, the organization of the Blind and she is also Ambassador for Special Olympics in Venezuela. Isabella is helping the needy community in Central and Latin America for over 5 years.
“I believe the talent is everywhere no matter what language you speak or who you are. Just follow your dreams.”