Arianna was born and raised in the heart of Los Angeles, California into an acting and art-centric family. Her work on the stage and screen started at age 4 when she booked her first commercial for Texaco. She went on to book many modeling jobs as a child, as well as national and regional commercials for clients such as MCI, Dole, Ocean Spray, Buick, and Pantene Pro-V. She also filmed a featured role in Chairman of the Board (1998), playing opposite her doppelganger, Carrot Top. She then attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, majoring in theater. In 2005, she was a finalist in the prestigious NFAA Emerging Young Artists program (, attending the YoungArts week in Miami, FL. That year, she also won the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts Drama Scholarship. 


Arianna continued her theatrical endeavors at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Stella Adler Studio, the Experimental Theater Wing, and the Stonestreet Film School. She graduated from NYU with BFA in Drama and a minor in producing. Weird voices, accents, and dialects came naturally to Arianna, having grown up in a voice over family. She has booked jobs as a puppy, a six year old ambulance, and a Shirley Temple sound-alike on a ride at Disney’s California Adventures, among others. She voices characters in multiple ongoing videogames. She plays the Drake of Blades, and voices Bosmers, Dunmers, Maormers, and other characters in the Elder Scrolls Online video game franchise, the Female Demon Hunter in the World of Warcraft: Legion, the babies in the Sims 4, and female zombies in State of Decay 2. Arianna was the voice of the Dunkin Donuts "The Taste" radio campaign, and has several other exciting upcoming voice over projects. Currently, she is the female announcer for KSBW, ABC in the Central Coast. Post Tisch, Arianna has studied improv at the Groundlings Theater school and The Upright Citizens Brigade, and acting at the Ron Burrus Studio and The Art of Acting. For voiceover, Arianna has trained with well-known coaches Jodi Gottlieb, Nancy Wolfson, Richard Horvitz, Mick Wingert, Charlie Adler, Gregg Berger, and Lori Alan, among others.  Home studio and phone patch available.