Based in New York City by the way of Israel and The Philippines, Bianca Rogoff has a strong sense of identity as well as an undying interest in people and showcasing their complexities through art.
She received her BFA from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Since graduating she originated a role in a new production at Manhattan Theatre Club; had a supporting role in her first feature film, Sensitive and In Love, which premiered at The Directors Guild of America; and co-wrote, directed, produced, and acted in a short film, To Find Her, during her time as a Production and Creative Development Intern with Nine Muses Entertainment, working directly under founder Bryce Dallas Howard.
She has found immense inspiration through film work, Shakespeare, and being a part of collaborating in new work. She is currently working in creative development at HBO Max under Amy Friedman, Kimberly Howitt, Gloria Ponce, and Joanna Rosenthal's guidance.
"Her intelligence, curiosity, and thoroughness are part of what makes her a gifted performer. She is truly outstanding."
Daniel Spector (NYU)
"She had crafted and was able to consistently deliver a very nuanced deeply embodied, and fully realized performance. She created the most fully realized versions of Flora in 27 Wagons Full of Cotton I have ever seen and I have seen a lot of them. A real joy to work with."