I was born and raised throughout Southern California, but mostly in the Mojave Desert. I currently reside in Los Angeles and work as a professional actor and acting teacher. My career objective is to continue to pursue my craft and play this game at the highest professional level.
At age twelve, I was diagnosed with severe scoliosis. After taking a chance on an alternative treatment, I became the National Patient Advocate for ScoliosisSpecialists. My doctor's and I's efforts helped influence the medical community & FDA towards accepting this particular alternative treatment for scoliosis. In one year of advocacy and volunteerism I received the Presidential Call to Service Award for completing four thousand hours of community service and raised over $40,000 towards treatment for low income patients.
For three years, I served as a Local Representative and Junior Ambassador Mentor for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, raising over $5,000 for my local CMN Hospital, Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), in partnership with the Miss America Organization. Today, I continue to serve CHLA as an active volunteer and Emerging Leader.
2017 CBS Diversity Showcase - Callback
2017 ABC Diversity Showcase - Callback, Mix N Match Round
Awarded over $45k in outside college scholarship during Masters education at USC
Yale School of Drama’s MFA Acting program - Callback, Campus
Produced screenwriter – AMDA Senior Short Film Thesis
Miss California 2016 - top 12
Miss California 2014 - top 12, double prelim winner, & social media contest winner
Miss California 2013 - top 15
Miss America Organization local title holder – Miss High Desert 2016, Miss Hollywood 2014, Miss Tarzana 2013, Miss Antelope Valley's Outstanding Teen 2007, Miss High Desert’s Outstanding Teen 2006
Recipient of the Presidential Call to Service Award – completed 4,000 hours of community service in one year
Award of Recognition from Senator Runner & Mayor of Lancaster for community service
Youngest admitted to USC's School of Dramatic Arts, MFA Acting Program
USC Town & Gown Scholar
USC Latino Alumni Association Scholar
2015 & 2014 National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Scholar
Completed BFA Acting degree in two years, four months
Accepted to all three Beverly Hills High School Performing Arts programs, senior year - Drama, Dance, and Music
Honored as one of three ‘Triple Threats’ to graduate the class of 2010 – Beverly Hills High School
Best Actor Award & Scholarship – Beverly Hills High School, 2010
International Baccalaureate student – 3 years; Quartz Hill High School