Ramona Milano is a Canadian actress. She is best known for her role as Francesca Vecchio in Due South and more recently as Teresa in Cra$h & Burn and as Audra Torres in Degrassi: The Next Generation. She has also appeared in numerous commercials, for companies such as Rogers, The Co-operators, Colour Catcher and Sleep Country Canada. Milano also co-hosted Living Romance on the W Network.
Milano graduated from the Etobicoke School of the Arts in 1987 and performed as a vocalist at Canada's Wonderland before entering the theatre arts program at Humber College. She is married with two children.
- The Numbers Game (2019) Globus Theatre
- Storm Warning by Norm Foster (2018) Bruce County Playhouse
- The Christmas Tree by Norm Foster (2015) Hamilton & Toronto, ON (Directed by Darren Stewart-Jones)
- God of Carnage (2014) - role: Veronica Novak at the Sudbury Theatre Centre in Sudbury, ON. (Directed by Rod Ceballos)
- Game Show (2004) An audience participation production mimicking a TV gameshow set
Milano was nominated twice for Gemini Awards, in 1997 and 1999. Both nominations were for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series" for her role as Francesca Vecchio in Due South.
|1994–1999||Due South||Francesca Vecchio||TV series (29 episodes)|
|1996, 2000||Traders||Jennifer Shapiro||TV series (2 episodes)|
|1997||The Last Don||Ceil Ballazzo||TV mini series|
|1999||Pushing Tin||TV reporter||Movie|
|1999||Relic Hunter||Anna||TV series (1 episode "The Book Of Love")|
|1999||Earth: Final Conflict||Vera Rizzori||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2000||In a Heartbeat||Dr. Jennifer Perino||TV series (2 episodes – Pilot 1 & 2)|
|2001, 2004||Doc||Brooke Fulton/Laura Hill||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2007||Love You To Death||Marcia||TV series (1 episode "The Bog Murder")|
|2009–2010||Cra$h & Burn||Teresa||TV series (7 episodes)|
|2010||The Conversation||Director||Short film by Laura Cassis|
|2010–2014||Degrassi: The Next Generation||Audra Torres||TV series|
|2012||The L.A. Complex||Tyson's mom||TV series (1 episode "Be a Man")|
|2014||Hemlock Grove||Brenda||TV series (Season 2, episode 4, "Bodily Fluids")|
|2015||Full Out||Susan Berlin||TV movie|
|2017||The Kennedys: After Camelot||Maria||TV miniseries|
|2017||The Good Witch||Mrs. Diaz||TV series (Season 3, episode 7, In Sickness and In Health|
|2018||Zombies||Cheer announcer #2|
- Elizabeth Lumley, ed. (2004). Canadian Who's Who 2004. University of Toronto Press. p. 1504. ISBN 0-8020-4973-7.
- John Coulbourn (9 July 2004). "Lame Game - Interactive Game Show play sinks to a new reality-TV low". jam!Showbiz.
- Ramona, Milano. "Canada's Awards Database". Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. Retrieved 1 November 2010.
- "PULL THE CHUTE". Plancast. 4 October 2010. Retrieved 1 November 2010.