Getting To Know Fabiola Sicily Up Close

By Natalie Richardson

Fabiola Sicily is just the right mixture of beauty, talent, skills and experience when it comes to areas like acting, modeling and singing. You will be surprised at just what this promising young actress has to show up her sleeves.

Miss Sicily is best known for her recent role as Jessica in the film Prom by Disney. It showed us just what the miss has to show the public when it comes to acting talent. Fabiola has also garnered the major female roles in 2011 films' Omission as well as What Goes Around which shows that many professionals are going for her talent, nowadays.

This actress also plays the role of Thanh as a supporting actress in the film called Brando Unauthorized. The film portrayed the life of Marlon Brando, the great actor, and brought a lot of attention from the public too. She has also participated in the movie Tattoo as Yin Chang.

Besides being involved in movies, this actress is also known for some TV shows such as the We Burning Up Show of Disney and Everybody Wants Theirs of IVISION Entertainment. Playing Nikki Castro in the latter, the actress is able to show people that she is not only good in teen drama shows but also in action filled dramas.

It is actually quite surprising to know too that the Asian sensation is also a great singer casted in musical plays like In The Heights, the West Side Story, Lend Me A Tenor and Legally Blonde.

Besides, she is also a model who has been featured within a lot of music videos created for legendary performers like Michael Buble and Mick Jagger. She even had a number with Mark Salling from the Glee cast, and was featured with Adam Hicks and Chris Brochu of Disney.

Fabiola Sicily began weaving her dreams in Indonesia where she first grew, before deciding to move to California. She attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and topped her class with Honors. Familiar with many accents and a skilled talent in various fields, it would not be surprising to find her famous in Hollywood one of these days.

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