I specialize in English and Spanish voice-over work and film acting, as well as being fluent in French and Italian language acting. Obsessed with accents and characterization, with an accent range from Spanish Castillian, Puerto Rican, Nuyorican to Russian, British RP, French, Italian and Arabic. Please check out my portfolio for sneak peeks!
Where I’ve Been
“WHERE I’VE BEEN“
BFA in Drama from Tisch New York University
After growing up in Puerto Rico, taking Flamenco dance classes since the age of fourteen, and a music education from age six through seventeen with the San Juan Children’s Choir, I moved to New York City to begin my education at Tisch New York University, where I completed my BFA in Drama with a Minor in Art History. There, focusing on foreign films, film acting, and script analysis work, as well as my training with the Atlantic Acting School, I began my training. With masterclasses led by Kate Winslet, David Mamet, W.H Macy, Gilberto Esposito, and Clark Gregg, and a curriculum with voice, movement, improv, comedy techniques, Shakespeare, Speech, writing, script and scene analysis, repetition, and Suzuki, it was just the start of a learning experience, to last a lifetime.
Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute
Practical Aesthetics and Method Acting training make up the core of my preparation and acting work, as well as movement, music, art, and sensory connections. I focused on the Method training with classes led by Bill Balzac and Tim Crouse, as well as Tap Dancing 101 with Jeffrey Ferguson.
Atlantic Acting Conservatory Los Angeles
Further on-camera work for commercials, television, and also producing original short films in Los Angeles, California. Focusing on subtlety, realism and film work for the future.
Traveling to Paris, Germany, Prague, Austria, Barcelona, Madrid, New York, Italy and back to Puerto Rico exposed me to musicians, dancing, film and performance techniques from the best musicians, and performers thus far. This also allowed me to learn and become fluent in Spanish, Italian, French, and some Portuguese and German.