Jessica DiCicco was born in Los Angeles, California and was raised on Manhattan, New York City. She is the daughter of Bobby DiCicco, a popular actor from the 1970s. Jessica is the older sister of singer Katie DiCicco.
Jessica started her career when she appeared in the ABC special…more
She also lent her voice to many television and radio projects and appeared in numerous productions for theater, feature film and television, including the lead in a Nickelodeon pilot, Bus Number 9, which earned her a nomination for a Young Artists Award.
Soon after, Jessica landed her first role in the film Godfather III followed by the cult classic Household Saints, and booked multiple national commercial spots including Cheerios, Burger King, and a groundbreaking Nike campaign directed by Spike Lee.
She is 5' 1½" (1.56 m) tall.
Her birth was announced in both Variety and US Magazine, since her father, Bobby DiCicco, was a popular actor in the late 70s and early 80s with many films to his credit including The Big Red One and 1941.
Despite her early exposure to show business, Jessica's acting career actually began unintentionally.
DiCicco is pronounced "Dee-Cheek-o"
She has a puppy named Kody.
She attended the private schools Dalton and Dwight in Manhattan.
She is the daughter of Bobby DiCicco.
She was born in Los Angeles, and raised in New York City.
Jessic Dicicco is recomended for doing voices for characters who are peppy and different.
She plays the voice of Olette in Kingdom Hearts 2.
She was the youngest photographer to ever shoot the cover of New York Magazine.
Jessica is the voice of the "Hottie Hot Hottie" Malina on The Emperor's New School.