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2018 couldn't have started better.

I brought in the new year in Bali, Indonesia. My reps have me busy AF with pilot season. My episode on Scorpion aired (see clip here). I started a production company and created my first project! I wanted to let go of my fear of putting myself out there this year, of letting go of self-judgement and basically not giving a flying f*ck to what people think about me. Below is the video and I've also created a tab on my website where it (and more) can live on a more permanent basis. Thanks for watching!

TellTale's BATMAN

Beyond pumped to be a part of Telltale Game's newest franchise: Batman. I voice an eager-to-please assistant to the Mayor, I am also the salacious reporter Fairchild, and most excitingly, I'm part of the main cast as DC staple: Detective Renee Montoya. I've had a great time in the studio with this team and am super proud to be a part of this.


Swimming in the Desert

I was asked by writer/director Alvaro Ron to co-star in his short film, Swimming in the Desert, this weekend. It stars a lovely young lady by the name of Melody Marquez who plays my daughter, and legendary Cuban-American actor, Tony Plana, as my father. This film is one of four screenplays selected by NALIP Latino Lens Short Narrative Incubator finalist. 

Great Start to 2016!

I'm loving the energy surrounding this new year- so many seeds I've planted are coming to fruition. Right before the town closed out, I worked an episode of THE ODD COUPLE with Thomas Lennon and Matthew Perry and an additional scene with Geoff Stults that I can't wait to see. 

I came right back into LA with a job on CSI: Cyber waiting for me playing District Attorney Sarah Shaw, opposite Patricia Arquette and James VanDerBeek. This episode airs on February 14.

There's also some commercials popping up, both in English and Spanish markets to keep an eye out for.

Great start and I'm gonna do my best to keep the momentum flowing.

Here's to a great New Year everyone!

Fiat trapped us in a Basement

Never would I have imagined that being trapped in a locked room for an hour was a source of entertainment for people, but, boy was I enlightened!

The people at Fiat corralled gentle giant Christopher "Big Black" Boykin, my clever and adorable friend Kara Luis, hilarious Hal Rudnik, and myself into the Basement for 45 minutes, armed in only clues and an almost incoherent man-child. At first, I was uneasy but it didn't take long for us to get into the swing of things and shortly after, I was hooked. Without further ado...