Though young, Ella and Mia Allan are already quite accomplished in the film and television industry, having landed numerous supporting, recurring and series-regular roles all by the age of 7 years old. Ella and Mia are known for their roles as Bobbi Sparks on Young Sheldon (CBS), Ellie and Anna Solano on Jane the Virgin (CW), Norma Jean on The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe (Lifetime), Nora Braverman on Parenthood (NBC) and Baby Thomas on Sons of Anarchy (FX). They are beyond excited to have landed the roles of Amy and Emma on ABC's new comedy series Single Parents.
Ella and Mia started acting at 6 months old when they booked the role of Thomas Teller on FX's Sons of Anarchy. This led to the twins later landing the role of Nora Braverman on NBC's Parenthood. While working on the show, Ella and Mia played alongside veteran actors Craig T. Nelson, Monica Potter and Peter Krause, amongst many others. It was on this show that the girls first learned about the art of acting and gained invaluable experience and confidence that would later lead to them landing larger roles on major television pilots and ultimately their dream role on Single Parents. Ella and Mia love getting to play alongside each other and are looking forward to crafting their own characters.
When not on set, Mia loves to act with her sister, Ella and play with her brother, Justin, and her two dogs Rusty and Layla. She also loves to sing, dance and go swimming.