Vanessa Marano gets serious on the May 2013 cover of Nationalist magazine!
The 20-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about her Switched at Birth gig, not having Twitter, and what she wanted to be when she was little. Check it:
On her favorite part about being on the show: “The people I work with. I absolutely adore the cast, the crew, the writers, producers, pretty much everyone.”
On what she would do if not acting: “I used to pretend I was a lawyer when I was little. I’d write out contracts to negotiate.”
On social media: “I just think it’s sad that we are getting to a point in society where we communicate with each other mostly behind a screen. I understand the pros of social media, but for me they just don’t outweigh cons like loss of eye contact in conversation.”
On being more a girly girl or tomboy: “I’m kind of a mix. I don’t like sports, or typical guy stuff. On the other hand, I dress in black most of time and I have no problem killing a spider.”
JJJ caught up with Vanessa on the carpet where we had to ask about Switched At Birth.
“We just started shooting and we air in the summer. We’re doing summer jobs, and bathing suits, and tennis. It’s going to be crazy,” she dished. “Some old characters – my boyfriend Ty from the first 5 episodes is coming back – and some new love interests.”
Laura Marano arrives on the red carpet at the 2013 Genesis Awards Benefit Gala held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday night (March 23) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 17-year-old Austin & Ally star was joined at the event by her sister, Switched at Birth actress Vanessa Marano!
“Had a great time at the #Genesis Awards last night! The @HumaneSociety is AMAZING!!!” the starlet wrote on Twitter after the event. “ANDDDDDD Congrats [Ross Lynch] @rossR5 for winning a #KCA yesterday!!! Everyone who voted is AWESOME!! YAY!!!”
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Vanessa Marano plays dress up in this feature for the February 2013 issue of Regard magazine!
The 20-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about her Switched at Birth role, her cast mates, and more! Check it:
On hanging out with her cast mates: “I LOVE my cast. We have the best time together. Everyone is so talented and professional, but hilarious at the same time. We all lucked out with this show. From the producers to the cast to the crew, it’s one of the most fun jobs I’ve ever had.”
On what she loves about her character Bay: “I actually love the fact that Bay isn’t the easiest person to get along with. Mostly, because it’s super fun to play. The thing about Bay is her dsyfunction stems from such a vulnerable place. She’s never gonna be the perfect kid that her switchster Daphne is, and that kills her.”
On Bay and Emmett’s relationship: “Their relationship is so tricky. Emmett truly was the person who helped Bay stand on solid ground. He picked her over Daphne. Bay has never been anybody’s first choice, and she finally was. Then he cheated on her; thus, sending herself into a downward spiral. She’s been able to start putting the pieces back together, but there’s still hurt there.”