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I first learned of Ms. Sellers a week ago. I was watching a sci fi drama on Crackle TV called "Spides." I searched for shabiki klabu maybe of the onyesha and all I found was lo and behold, this place. Ok so now that I am here.....
I have a few picha from Rosabell Laurenti Sellwers in her newest incarnation as Nora Berger who is on the surface a typical late teen who went to a modern Dance Party in the outskirts of Berlin. Yes, that Berlin. She gets a dose of a drug called "bliss" and well just in case wewe are interested wewe can tafuta these guys: Crackle TV and tafuta Spides.....

Enjoy the pics..... If approved......

Long Live Queen Nora
A neanche vent’anni Rosabell Laurenti Sellers vanta una filmografia che qualsiasi attrice non ancora entrata nell’olimpo delle nyota vorrebbe avere. Basti citare il recente ruolo nella serie cult “Games of Thrones”, quello in “What about Love” di Klaus Menzel con Sharon Stone e Andy Garcia, o quello in “The Whistleblower” di Larysa Kondracki, al fianco di Rachel Weisz, Monica Bellucci e David Strathairn. Guardando i titoli italiani: “Il meraviglioso Boccaccio” dei fratelli Taviani, “I nostri ragazzi” e “Gli equilibristi” di Ivano de Matteo, “Passione sinistra” di Marco Ponti, “Ex” di Fausto Brizzi, tanto per citare i più noti. link
Santa Monica-born Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, 19, plays Tyene Sand on “Game of Thrones” in season five – and will reprise the role in season six.

She grew up in New York and Rome where her uigizaji career flourished in film and TV, including the lead on tween onyesha “Mia and Me” where she plays a boarding school girl who morphs into a fairy-like elf in a land of dragoni and unicorns.

At 16 Laurenti Sellers was featured as an International nyota wewe Need To Know in Variety. She spoke about how playing the youngest of the Sand Snakes marks a transitional time in her life and career. link
- The Sand snakes — Nymeria and Tyene — have murder on their mind in Game of Thrones Season 5. Oberyn’s daughters reveal their plans to t2!
The much-awaited fifth season of Game of Thrones will feature a host of new characters, including the Sand Snakes — the three bastard daughters of Season Four favourite Oberyn Martell — who are looking to avenge their father’s death. Jessica Henwick (Nymeria Sand) and Rosabell Laurenti Sellers (Tyene Sand) — two of the three Sand Snakes who will play a major part in this season — give us a sneak peek before the series hits televisheni on April...
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San Diego Comic-Con brought us a slew of casting announcements, including the long awaited Sand Snakes. We now have our first interview from one of the new cast members, Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, who will portray Tyene Sand, the daughter of Prince Oberyn Martell and his paramour Ellaria Sand.

Rosabell recently spoke with la Repubblica about landing the role of Tyene, and admits that before her audition, she was not familiar with Game of Thrones at all.

“I realized it was a phenomenon from the reaction of others. My agent asked me to shoot a video alone, at home, in which I tried to kill someone. A few weeks later, I was in London, and they called me saying ‘the creators of Game of Thrones want wewe for a sekunde audition.’ I was then subjected to intensive sword training and martial arts.”

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, 16, is becoming Italy’s biggest teen star, with tween mashabiki in 50 countries. Her pic “Buongiorno Papa,” produced kwa Fulvio and Federica Lucisano’s IIF, opened boffo in Italy on March 14 via Medusa, holding its own against “Oz: The Great and Powerful” and “Silver Linings Playbook.” She stars in “Mia and Me,” a skein airing in 50 territories aimed at girls aged 5-8 from Italy’s Rainbow, Germany’s Lucky ngumi, punch and Canada’s March Entertainment.

New Game of Thrones character Tyene Sand will be portrayed kwa actress Rosabell Laurenti Sellers, but what do we know about this new face? Here are five facts about Rosabell.
1. She had a bi-continental upbringing. Rosabell was born in Santa Monica, California, but grew up in New York City where she made her Broadway debut as an 8-year-old. Shortly after that production, she moved with her family to Rome. She holds dual-citizenship in the U.S. and Italy....