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Camilla and Rebecca Rosso
Camilla and Rebecca Rosso
Camilla and Rebecca at the HSM3 premiere
Gender: Female
Date of birth: July 6, 1994 (aged 23)
Place of birth: London, England
Role(s): Jessica and Janice Ellis

Camilla Rosso and Rebecca Rosso, also known as Milly and Becky (born July 6, 1994 in London, England) are twin actresses. The twins had a recurring role on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, where they played twins Janice (Camilla) and Jessica (Rebecca). They also had the lead roles in the second Legally Blonde sequel, Legally Blondes. Then they played Jessica and Janice again on The Suite Life on Deck episode "Model Behavior".

The Rosso twins were discovered when they were picked out of the audience by one of the executive producers of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody at a live taping of the show. They then auditioned to be on the show and they landed the roles of twins Janice (Camilla) and Jessica (Rebecca). They appeared in a total seven episodes of the show.

The twins were in the film Legally Blondes, which was released direct-to-DVD on April 28, 2009 as a sequel to Legally Blonde. Reese Witherspoon, star of the original Legally Blonde, presented and produced the film. The twins play Elle Woods' cousins Annabelle and Isabelle who move from London,England to Beverly Hills, California. Pacific Prepatory (Pac Prep) is the name of the school they attend to.

Personal life

They currently live in Los Angeles with their mother, father, three sisters, and dog Aika.

Filmography

Year Title Camilla's Role Rebecca's Role Notes
2006–2008The Suite Life of Zack & CodyJanice EllisJessica Ellis7 episodes
2009Legally BlondesAnnabelle "Annie" WoodsIsabelle "Izzy" WoodsMain Roles
2010The Suite Life on DeckJanice EllisJessica Ellis1 episode

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