Henry Caicedo moved to the United States from Colombia with his family and settled in Florida. There he attended the University of South Florida (USF) majoring in Mass Communications and Theater. He later moved to New York where he studied film and television at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Upon graduating he had the opportunity to work on several stage productions including Prophet of Borough Park, A Steady Rain, and Transubstantiation (directed by André Glant-Linden). Most recently, he guest-starred in an episode of “Gotham” (Fox). For more information, visit www.imhenryc.com.
Hello everyone, This page keeps changing but it’s still made to help you. It has a lot of important updates. Distribution has become an underground shadow movement. From the reading I’ve done and talks I’ve had moving things around is still the toughest part of all and no real system is in place yet. Most people are trying to circumvent the government to get their aid out to the island. Independent efforts are happening all over the place and it is hard to pinpoint where and how to direct aid. Most organizations are asking for money. Do read through all […]
Judy Torres is a singer, actress, and radio DJ/personality. The Bronx native scored club hits with songs such as “Please Stay Tonight,” “Come into My Arms,” “Love Story,” “I Love You, Will You Love Me,” and “No Reason to Cry.” Her debut album, Love Story, released in 1989 on Profile Records, is a freestyle collection, as was her second album, My Soul, released in 1992. She continues to perform and release music, with later singles including “Back In Your Arms Again,” “The Air I Breathe,” “I Don’t,” and “Faithfully.” As an actress, she has acted in the films Meet The […]
Jesús E. Martínez is a two-time HOLA Award-winning actor, ACE Award nominee, voice-over artist and actor-combatant from Brooklyn, New York and raised in Santiago, Dominican Republic. He has been working professionally in the entertainment industry for nearly a decade and going strong. Jesús is currently a member of Repertorio Español (Spanish Repertory Theatre), SEA (Society of the Educational Arts) and Teatro Pregones (Pregones Theatre) acting companies. His recent stage credits include: The Harlem Hellfighters on a Latin Beat (Pregones) Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliette (La TEA/Soñadores Productions), The Toothache of King Farfán (SEA), La Vida es Sueño (Repertorio Español), Captain Pantoja […]
Marina Catalán was born and raised in Chillán, a small city in the south of Chile, where one can see the mountains from your window, experience the four seasons, and enjoy amazing homemade food. At the age of 19, she moved to Miami to achieve my dreams and pursue a career in show business. While living in Miami, I worked steadily in a variety of productions, including soap operas, commercials, infomercials, films, local plays, voice-overs and dubbing. I am currently living in New York where she just wrapped up a role in the LaMicro Theater production of Leonardo González’s playNanas, which was directed by Tatiana Pandiani […]
Ulysses S. de Orduna was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico where he studied acting at the University of the Sacred Heart (BA in Theatre). He made his professional acting debut at the University of Puerto Rico Repertory Theatre Company where he played lead roles in the company’s 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 seasons, first starring as Jack Chesney in the Puerto Rican revival of Charlie’s Aunt, The Wolf in the Spanish-language world premiere of Into the Woods and as Rolf Gruber in the latest Puerto Rican revival of The Sound of Music. In 2013, he played the role of Jean-Michel […]