GISELA CHÍPE  -  LUZ MARINA   Gisela Chípe is an actor of stage and screen of Ecuadorian-American decent born in Brazil, and is no stranger to diverse and delicious stories. Her most notable film and television credits include  Black?, Luz Marina  where she plays Luz ,  CBS’s  The Good Wife,  and the soon to be released and her favorite work in Spanish,  Bel Canto  opposite Julianne Moore & Ken Watanabe. Gisela also extends her vocal talents in English, Spanish, and Portuguese in such projects as the promos for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil and the Grand Prix. Gisela has appeared Off-Broadway   in  Emancipation: Nat Turner  at the Classical Theatre of Harlem as well as in theaters all over the nation. She is also a writer and producer, creating content highlighting a multi-cultural experience and giving a voice to immigrant issues.  IMDB  |  FACEBOOK  |  INSTAGRAM

GISELA CHÍPE - LUZ MARINA

Gisela Chípe is an actor of stage and screen of Ecuadorian-American decent born in Brazil, and is no stranger to diverse and delicious stories. Her most notable film and television credits include Black?, Luz Marina where she plays Luz, CBS’s The Good Wife, and the soon to be released and her favorite work in Spanish, Bel Canto opposite Julianne Moore & Ken Watanabe. Gisela also extends her vocal talents in English, Spanish, and Portuguese in such projects as the promos for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil and the Grand Prix. Gisela has appeared Off-Broadway in Emancipation: Nat Turner at the Classical Theatre of Harlem as well as in theaters all over the nation. She is also a writer and producer, creating content highlighting a multi-cultural experience and giving a voice to immigrant issues. IMDBFACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM

  EMILIO DELGADO  -  CARLOS   This year Emilio celebrates 50 years in show business. A native Californian, he studied theater at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) prior to being cast on Sesame Street in New York. He can claim the longest running role for a Mexican American for his 44 years as ‘Luis’ on Sesame Street! As a singer he has performed in folk groups, Mexican trios and with Pink Martini at the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall. He continues working in film, television, theater, voiceover and commercials. Theater credits include, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Night Over Taos and Hamlet Prince of Cuba. Film and TV credits include, Law and Order, Jimmie Fallon, House of Cards, The Get Down, A Case of You, and the soon to be released ‘iGilbert’. For a blast from the past you can catch him on re-runs of Lou Grant, Hawaii 5-0 and Quincy!   IMDB

EMILIO DELGADO - CARLOS

This year Emilio celebrates 50 years in show business. A native Californian, he studied theater at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) prior to being cast on Sesame Street in New York. He can claim the longest running role for a Mexican American for his 44 years as ‘Luis’ on Sesame Street! As a singer he has performed in folk groups, Mexican trios and with Pink Martini at the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall. He continues working in film, television, theater, voiceover and commercials. Theater credits include, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Night Over Taos and Hamlet Prince of Cuba. Film and TV credits include, Law and Order, Jimmie Fallon, House of Cards, The Get Down, A Case of You, and the soon to be released ‘iGilbert’. For a blast from the past you can catch him on re-runs of Lou Grant, Hawaii 5-0 and Quincy!  IMDB

  POOYA MOHSENI  -  SANTANA   An Iranian/American actress, born and raised in Tehran, Iran. She moved to New York in her teens, where she discovered her love of acting and story telling. She is a graduate from the esteemed Maggie Flanigan Studio. She continues building her resume of a variety of characters from weak to strong, while exploring their humanity and fragility. She is fluent in Persian/Farsi and a transgender advocate, as well as a voice for immigrant issues and women’s issues. She is also involved in writing and co-writing original LGBT stories to shed light on an otherwise under represented community.  IMDB  |   WEBSITE

POOYA MOHSENI - SANTANA

An Iranian/American actress, born and raised in Tehran, Iran. She moved to New York in her teens, where she discovered her love of acting and story telling. She is a graduate from the esteemed Maggie Flanigan Studio. She continues building her resume of a variety of characters from weak to strong, while exploring their humanity and fragility. She is fluent in Persian/Farsi and a transgender advocate, as well as a voice for immigrant issues and women’s issues. She is also involved in writing and co-writing original LGBT stories to shed light on an otherwise under represented community. IMDB |  WEBSITE

 
  LYNNE TAYLOR  -  ANTONIETA   Lynne is thrilled to be working with this international cast and creatives! A local native, she was born in NYC and raised on Long Island. Of her three Off-Broadway credits, her favorite role was playing an 80 yr old woman with dementia in The Assessment for which she won the Best Actress Award at the Strawberry One Act Play Festival. The fun part was the judges confessed that they thought she really was an old woman! (Best compliment to date!) Another highlight was having a scene with Tina Fey in the film Admission. Regionally she got to work at a theatre she fell in love with when it opened, Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY playing Edith Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank. Her TV work includes the mandatory mark of a NY actor ~ Law & Order, also Carrie Diaries, and Medium shot in Los Angeles.  IMDB

LYNNE TAYLOR - ANTONIETA

Lynne is thrilled to be working with this international cast and creatives! A local native, she was born in NYC and raised on Long Island. Of her three Off-Broadway credits, her favorite role was playing an 80 yr old woman with dementia in The Assessment for which she won the Best Actress Award at the Strawberry One Act Play Festival. The fun part was the judges confessed that they thought she really was an old woman! (Best compliment to date!) Another highlight was having a scene with Tina Fey in the film Admission. Regionally she got to work at a theatre she fell in love with when it opened, Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY playing Edith Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank. Her TV work includes the mandatory mark of a NY actor ~ Law & Order, also Carrie Diaries, and Medium shot in Los Angeles. IMDB

  KAT GONZALEZ  -  KARINA   Kat Gonzalez is a born and bred Spanish and Italian New Yorker. She spent her early life in theatre, but dove into film acting immediately after graduating college. She has appeared in One Percent More Humid, Inside Amy Schumer, The Last OG, the webseries NikeWomen Margot vs Lily, and Luz Marina. Kat is continuing to grow and expand her career with meaningful projects.  IMDB  |   FACEBOOK

KAT GONZALEZ - KARINA

Kat Gonzalez is a born and bred Spanish and Italian New Yorker. She spent her early life in theatre, but dove into film acting immediately after graduating college. She has appeared in One Percent More Humid, Inside Amy Schumer, The Last OG, the webseries NikeWomen Margot vs Lily, and Luz Marina. Kat is continuing to grow and expand her career with meaningful projects. IMDB |  FACEBOOK