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Marano, Vanessa 1992-

Marano, Vanessa 1992-


Birth name Vanessa Nicole Marano; born October 31, 1992, in Los Angeles, CA.




Television Appearances; Series:

Sheila, Boys Life, TBS, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Lexie, "Tombstone Blues," Grounded for Life, The WB, 2004.

Hanna Malone, a recurring role, Without a Trace (also known as W.A.T.), 2002-2004.

Tate Pasquese, "Time Flies," Six Feet Under, HBO, 2005.

Tate Pasquese, "The Silence," Six Feet Under, HBO, 2005.

Franchesca, a recurring role, The Comeback, 2005.

Gina, "Malcolm Defends Reese," Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2005.

April Nardini, a recurring role, Gilmore Girls (also known as Gilmore Girls: Beginnings), 2005-2007.

Kelly, "Homecoming," Miss Guided, 2008.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Young Brooke Ellison, The Brooke Ellison Story, 2004.

Shelly, Hell on Earth, The CW, 2007.

Haley McGuire, Truth in Advertising, TNT, 2008.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Monica, Party Down, 2008.

Film Appearances:

Gwen, Adventures in Odyssey: Electric Christmas (video), 1994.

Finding Nemo, Buena Vista, 2003.

Little Jamie, Easy, Eagle, 2003.

Layne, The Clique, Warner Premiere, 2008.

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