Tennille Read talks about playing Bianca on Netflix's "Workin' Moms"
Tennille was born in Toronto, and raised in Newmarket, Canada. From a young age, Tennille had set her sights on performing. Her passion for acting started at the young age of 10 when her grade five teacher gave her the opportunity to write stories and skits to perform in front of the class. Tennille would go on to attend Queen’s University where she attained an undergraduate degree in Stage and Screen Studies. She was also part of the acting conservatory at the George Brown Theatre School.
Her first big break came when she was cast to star alongside Eugene Levy on the CBC and Netflix hit television series SCHITT’S CREEK. Recently Tennille won Best Supporting Actor for the short film I LOST MY MIND written and directed by Michael Tobin at the 2018 Hollywood North Film Festival.
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