I’m a Latinx-American actress with a Jewish background. I also speak three languages. What a mix, right? I was born in Arizona, but my family is Jewish-Brazilian. I was raised in Brazil and currently live in Los Angeles.
My recent credits include playing Maureen on the newest acclaimed mini-series Pam & Tommy on Hulu that premiered this February 2022 and Gino's Wife on the highly awaited new drama series about the making of The Godfather movies: The Offer on Paramount+ which premiered April 28th. You can also catch me playing Kerry on Fox's prime-time drama 9-1-1 and playing Gianna on AppleTV's new single-cam comedy Life By Ella. In 2021, I was on a promo for The Masked Singer on Fox. Also, this year you'll see me in supporting roles on the feature film First Oscar opposite veteran actor Michael Lerner and on the short film Consultation Room 125. Commercially, I also had the pleasure to be on ads for brands like Apple, Alaska Airlines, Amazon, Google.
After training in dance for over 10 years in Brazil, transitioning into theater and film was the best decision I ever made! While working on my theater degree, I performed as Mary Warren in The Crucible – part for which I was fortunate to receive the Theater Outback's award for Best Supporting Actress.
This was such a great fit for me because I'm drawn to stories of good and honorable women who are struggling with high-stakes ethical and/or moral dilemmas, especially when inside a power dynamic. Think of Zosia Mamet in The Flight Attendant - HBO Max, Ana de Armas in Knives Out or Rose Byrne in Damages - FX. Check out my demo reel and resume!
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Fluent American English and
Brazilian Portuguese, Conversational Spanish
Broadway, classical ballet, samba, salsa, contemporary/modern, Traditional Pilates and Lagree method
Stick shift car, ATVs
Unarmed, rapier, dagger, quarterstaff
Stilt Walking, 3-Ball Juggler
Yoga, Flexibility, Aerobics, Running, Swimming, Bicycling, Horseback Riding, Hosting, Improvisation, Teleprompter.
TYPES OF ROLES
Ana de Armas
The Flight Attendant
Bluff City Law
The Morning Show
"...as visually captivating as Salma Hayek..."
Phoenix New Times