Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Biography, Age, Mia And Me, Instagram, Movies - | Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Biography, Age, Mia And Me, Instagram, Movies -

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Biography, Age, Mia And Me, Instagram, Movies

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers is an American-Italian actress best known for her role as Tyene Sand in the HBO series Game of Thrones

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Biography

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers is an American-Italian actress best known for her role as Tyene Sand in the HBO series Game of Thrones, and as the titular character in the children’s series, Mia and Me.

She made her debut in the theater in 2004 at the age of eight, when she and her brother were assigned to the part of the children of Medea in the production of the theater company La Mama. After staging in New York and a tour of the same show in Poland and Austria, Sellers moved briefly to Rome that same year with her family.

After Sellers arrived in Italy, she began to take part in TV and film productions. In 2006 she participated in the mini-series directed by Maurizio Ponzi’s E poi c’è Filippo, in 2007, in L’amore e la guerra, the television series Medicina generale and the television movie Fuga per la libertà – L’aviatore, the miniseries Coco Chanel and the film Mi Ricordo Anna Frank in the lead role.

In 2009, Sellers appeared in Fausto Brizzi’s Ex, while the following year in the miniseries Paura di amare. In 2010, she played the daughter of Kathryn Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) in Larysa Kondracki’s The Whistleblower.

In 2012, Sellers took part in the TV series Una grande famiglia and arrived on Rai 2 in the series Mia and Me, alternating sequences in live action scenes created in computer graphics. In June 2012, she took a part in Edoardo Leo’s Buongiorno papà, alongside Raoul Bova.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Photo

Meanwhile, at the 69th Venice International Film Festival, Sellers was presented in Ivano De Matteo’s Balancing Act and in A Liberal Passion, alongside Valentina Lodovini and Alessandro Preziosi, loosely based on the 2008 novel by Chiara Gamberale.

In 2015, she joined the cast of the HBO series Game of Thrones in Season 5 as Tyene Sand.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Age

She was born on March 27, 1996 in Santa Monica, California, United States. She is 23 years old as of 2018.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Family

Laurenti was born in Santa Monica, California to an Italian father and an American mother, and grew up in New York City. She has two siblings Diego Laurenti Sellers and Lucia Laurenti Sellers.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Dating/Boyfriend

She likes to keep her personal life private hence there is no any news or information about her dating life.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Philanthropy

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers founded the Young Actors for Humanitarian Involvement, to get teen Italian talents involved in charities such as ActionAid and Smile Again. She also serves meals at Rome’s Comunità di Sant’Egidio soup kitchen.

She also has volunteered with another organization called Veto the Squito which helps raise money for insecticide treated bed nets in Africa. Sellers has also collaborated with the League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Movies









Young Laura


The Whistleblower



Femmine contro maschi



Loon Lake



This Property Is Condemned



Balancing Act



Buongiorno papà,

Layla Brighi


A Liberal Passion



The Dinner


Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Tv Shows






A Wheel In Time


TV Movie


E poi c’è Filippo



L’amore e la guerra



Fuga per la libertà – L’aviatore


TV Movie; Credited as Rosabell Laurenti


Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel (12 years old)


Medicina generale


Episode: “Incontri”


Mi ricordo Anna Frank

Anne Frank

TV Movie


Paura di amare

Carlotta Loi

Series regular (season 1)


Agata e Ulisse


TV Movie



Aurora (13 years old)

2 episodes


Mia and Me


Voice role; lead role (season 1-2)


Una grande famiglia

Valentina Rengoni

Series regular (season 1-2)


Game of Thrones

Tyene Sand

9 episodes

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Interview

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers on Transition From Rome to London

Interviewer: This has been a big year for you, Rosabell. Going from high-school life in Rome and your acting career in Italy to playing Tyene Sand on “Game of Thrones” – on which you’ve now re-upped for season six – and moving to London to attend acting school.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers: Yes, it’s been a year of big changes. Now that I’m the U.K. I feel a different attitude towards actors and acting. I feel that acting here is considered a serious and respected craft, whereas in Italy it’s still often seen as a shallow, anti-intellectual aspiration, reserved for pretty boys and girls. Kind of like modelling with dialogue. There are lots of serious and talented Italian actors, but I believe there is also still a a general attitude left over from the “get someone pretty and dub them” era of Italian cinema. So I feel refreshed and inspired to be surrounded by serious actors and taken seriously.

Interviewer: What has struck you the most about your “Game of Thrones” experience?

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers: What I like about working on GoT is what I’m learning from other actors. Luckily we get on really well. I could have felt intimidated on such a mega set; but instead I didn’t at all. I bonded with the Sand Snakes on day one of stunt training, when we nearly killed each other by accident. Jess [Jessica Henwick] and Keisha [Castle-Hughes] are super fun, crazy and talented women and we had loads of fun together in Belfast, Croatia and Seville. It’s been great working with Indira Varma too; I learned a lot by watching her work. I had the opportunity to see her in [George Bernard Shaw’s] “Man and Superman” with Ralph Fiennes at the National Theatre, which was one of the best plays I’ve seen in a while. I really respect her.

Interviewer: Varma is an actress who relishes sexy roles. In episode seven of season five of GoT there is a prison scene in which Tyene Sand takes her top off. It created some controversy in the U.S. about whether it may have been gratuitous and made rather crude headlines in Italy. How did you feel about it?

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers: The only comment I’m going to make about that scene is that I trust my agent, Roger Charteris of The Artists Partnership in London.

Interviewer: Do you have a general philosophy about the entertainment industry?

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers: I don’t want it to take over my life. I don’t like celebrity culture and the idea of spending loads of time and energy promoting oneself on social media and things like that. In general I aspire to be a normal human being with a normal life.

Interviewer: How do you see you career going forward?

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers: Right now I am enrolled in an intense, three year British drama school. I am intellectually, physically and emotionally stimulated and challenged every day. I’m studying Shakespeare, Chekhov, Beckett and many more playwrights of that caliber. The school is so intense, I’ve had to turn down interesting film and TV jobs back home. But I barely have time to do my laundry, let alone think about my future career!