Inspired by The Farewell director Lulu Wang 's call to action at the Independent Spirit Awards, we celebrate women filmmakers working in their field. Watch the video. Sign In. Allie DiMeco I Actress. Down 5, this week. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Share this page:. These are my favorite beauties. There are more but most of them doesn't have photos. Please respect the fact we all see people differently and this is my honest opinion in random order.
Naked Idol is the seventh TV movie [ citation needed ] on the part documentary and part rock- mockumentary musical comedy series which was created by Polly Draper. Naked Idol aired on March 14, Rosalina comes back after her music cruise, but Michel the French guy Rosalina kissed on the cruise also comes back, criticizes Nat's music, and kisses Rosalina which Nat sees. This causes a heated fight between Nat and Rosalina in which they break up and Rosalina quits the band. So Nat and the band look all around the world, searching for a new bass player and meets some of the greatest musicians that ever lived. The band picks a girl named Kristina who is a great bass player and is really nice, but Nat isn't over Rosalina so he comes off a little mean in the beginning. Soon Nat realizes that he doesn't want to go through the breakup alone and they all have a group hug and sing at their house. Rosalina then tells Michel that she is too good for him and leaves to go over to the Wolff's house.
Alexandra Jean Theresa DiMeco born June 12,  is an American actress , reality television personality, and multi-instrumentalist primarily known for playing the role of Nat Wolff 's main love interest Rosalina in the musical comedy series The Naked Brothers Band. DiMeco started acting and modeling at the age of five. She can play instruments including the bass guitar, cello, drums, and the violin. Her father died when she was three. She has a dog named Chloe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American actress, reality television personality, and multi-instrumentalist.
For those who forgot, the series was a mockumentary about a tween rock band and their epic road to success. It starred Nat Wolff and his brother Alex Wolff , and get this — it was actually based off their real lives! The show was written and directed by their real-life mother, Polly Draper , and their real-life dad, Michael Wolff , even played their father on the show.