Esmé Augusta Bianco is a British actress, DJ, model and neo-burlesque performer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Age and Biography
|Birthdate||25 May 1982|
|Age (as of 2021)||39 years|
|Place of Birth||St Albans, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||London’s Goldsmith University|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
Esmé Augusta Bianco is a British actress, DJ, model and neo-burlesque performer, best known for her recurring role as Ros on Game of Thrones.
Before she became famous worldwide for her role in series, Bianco had a very successful career as a model for major brands and as a neo-burlesque dancer performing all over the world.
Early Life and Family
Esme Bianco was born in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, on 25 May 1982. She has a degree in drama and theater arts from London’s Goldsmith University.Lately, Bianco has been quite vocal about mental health issues and has openly discussed her traumas and problems.
Esme Bianco Husband and Relationship
In February 2021, Bianco accused musician Marilyn Manson of physically abusing her during their relationship in 2011, after she had split from her husband.In April 2021, Bianco sued Manson for sexual assault, human trafficking, and abuse. Bianco alleged that she was given drugs and alcohol, and also subjected to threats of violence and rape.
Bianco also alleged that Manson tied her to a prayer kneeler, beat her with a whip, and raped her.Marilyn Manson responded to Bianco through his attorney, stating that Bianco’s allegations were “provably false”.
Esme Bianco Net Worth
Esmé Augusta Bianco is a British actress, DJ, model and neo-burlesque performer has an esimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2021.
During her collegiate years, Esme Bianco began modelling. She modelled for lingerie brands such as ‘Agent Provocateur’ and ‘Modern Courtesan.’ She’s also posed for Christian Furr and Peregrine Heathcote, two painters. Bianco later became known for her dark and comedic neo-burlesque acts, including ‘White Wedding.’ Her performance at the famed ‘Victoria and Albert Museum,’ in which she sang the Rita Hayworth song ‘Put the Blame on Mame’ from the top of a piano, received rave reviews. She’s also appeared in music videos for Robbie Williams and Slayer, among others.
Dolls,’ her first film, was released in 2006. She appeared in a variety of British films from 2008 to 2010, including the science fiction picture ‘Chemical Wedding,’ the comedy film ‘Dead Man Running,’ the thriller ‘Burlesque Fairytales,’ and the gangster feature ‘The Big I Am.’ Esme Bianco portrayed the prostitute Ros in the HBO series “Game of Thrones” from 2011 to 2013. Her character was created specifically for the television adaptation and does not appear in the novel series.
Originally, the character was only supposed to appear in one scene in the pilot episode. The show’s creators were so taken aback by Bianco’s performance in that single sequence that they decided to write her character into the series. The entire pilot was reshot after the series was accepted, with the exception of Bianco’s segment. She was cast as a series regular and had a three-season run on the show, during which she gained international recognition.
Ros’s scenes as a sex worker were very often used to push the story forward or reveal a backstory which lead the academic Myles McNutt to coin the now infamous term ‘sexposition’. In 2013, she also appeared as Ros in ‘Gay of Thrones,’ a parody based on the hit show.In 2012, she moved to Los Angeles from England to further her career in acting, giving up her career as a burlesque dancer.
Her growing body of work in USA includes the TV series ‘The Magicians’ (2015-18) and ‘Supergirl’ (2018). She was the voice of Queen Eclipsa in the series ‘Star vs. The Forces of Evil’ (2017-19) and Professor Lane in the TV series ‘Hot Streets’ (2018). It was also in 2018 that she appeared in her first Hollywood film, a vampire horror flick ‘Living Among Us’. She will soon be seen in the film ‘Hypnotized’.