Almarie Guerra is a Los Angeles based actor and voice over artist. Born in Puerto Rico and raised in the United States from the age of eight, she has a fully bilingual Spanish and English background. She earned degrees in both Theatre and Accounting from the University of Puerto Rico. As an accountant, she has worked on Wall Street in NYC and at NASA in Maryland, but her passion remains in TV and stage acting and in voice overs. As a VO artist, she has worked for companies such as Disney, Royal Caribbean, Pepsi, and the National Association of Realtors among others.

Almarie Guerra
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María Beck

I was born in Orange, California and raised in Guadalajara Mexico. Upon graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University, I decided to head to Los Angeles and pursue an acting career.Since arriving in Hollywood, I’ve been lucky enough to get jobs on TV, film and specially on voiceover projects. I’m fluent in Spanish and English, and have worked extensively in both markets.

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Marcela Bordes
Born in Mexico City, Marcela began her career at an early age working as a dancer, model and singer. After making it as a finalist in the highly competitive Miss Distrito Federal Beauty Contest, offers in films, TV and theatre began pouring in and she soon found herself in Los Angeles working as the official Spanish voice of Barbie and Minnie Mouse. Over the years, Marcela has built a healthy career working as an actress & voice over artist for a number of popular films, television and Radio Commercials.
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Azalia Correa
She was born in México. She earned her degrees at Instituto Arte Escénico (acting), Theatre of Arts TOA (performing arts), Hollywood and she studied at National Autonomous University of México (directing); Her jobs on screen as a host of television include "¿Cómo hacer excursionismo?" and "Te Toca". Several soap operas including "Los años perdidos” and “La última esperanza”. On stage she has performed in more than 30 plays.Currently, in addition to her theater and television career, she apply her skills dubbing (e.g., Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy) and voice-overs.
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Jane Santos

Jane Santos is a Los Angeles based actress who was born and raised in the Dominican Republic. She has worked on TV, film, and voiceover projects both in LA and in her home country. Some of her most prized roles include: ‘Katrine’ in the feature film Refuge From the Storm, ‘Natalia’ in the movie Santiclo, and a role in a Sony Pictures Studios 3D project called Xelerate. In addition to narrating in a few commercials, Jane has voiced the role of ‘Urania’ in the Spanish audiobook La fiesta del chivo, of which she is particularly proud, since the story is so close to her roots as a Dominican woman.

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Fabiola Stevenson
Born in Mexico City, Fabiola Stevenson arrived to the US in 1986. Born in an acting family, she started her career doing voice overs, at the tender age of 9. Lending her voice to the character of Violet in “Charlie Brown”. As a dubbing actress she has voiced numerous TV shows and movies. One of her most recent rand recognized rolls was Bella (Kristen Stewart) on the Twilight saga, and the voice of Melanie Laurent, on “Now You See Me”
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Nathalia Hencker
Born and raised in Colombia, Nathalia began at an early age her professional career as a fashion model, attended school for advertising and graphic design. Upon moving to the United States, Nathalia received firsthand exposure to the world of voice-over acting. Among her most prominent casting coups are the voices of Wilma Flintstone and Walt Disney’s Pocahontas. Her voice is heard daily via Secondary Audio Program Technology (SAP) as the voice of Brooke Logan. Nathalia can also be heard over the airwaves promoting several of the world’s leading commercial franchises on a regular basis, most notably McDonnald’s, Mervins and Verizon Wireless.
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Yareli Arizmendi
Award winning actress, writer and producer, Yareli Arizmendi is best known for her tour de force performances as “Rosaura” in “Like Water for Chocolate” and “Lila Rodriguez” in “A Day Without a Mexican” which she co-wrote and co-produced. She has starred in numerous American episodic shows beginning with NYPD Blue, all the way up to “House”, “Medium”, “24,” “Six Feet Under,” and “Heroes.” She has lent her voice to many products, public awareness campaigns and audio books including The Alchemist, Like Water for Chocolate, The Law of Love and MALINCHE.

Roxanne spent the first 20 years of her life moving all around the world and as a result of that she is fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.  Before becoming a full time voice over professional in 2003 she worked as an on-camera actress and spokesperson and has dozens of commercial and theater credits to her name.  Roxanne is a graduate of Stanford University and a 2011 Audie nominee.

Roxanne Hernandez
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Susana Ballesteros
Susana Ballesteros is a voice actress based in Los Angeles. She was born in Madrid where she discovered her passion for voice acting while performing radio theater. She was one of the youngest hosts to work at the National Public Radio of Spain.  She has dubbed numerous films and cartoons, both in European Spanish and Neutral Spanish accent. In 2013 she was selected among more than 200 voices, to be the voice of Google in Latin American Neutral Spanish. She is also a studio singer.
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Carolina Ayala
Actress & Singer, Carolina Ayala is a mexican born talent, who started her Voice Over career in 2008 after a leading role in Walt Disney Pictures’ “High School Musical,” where she was part of a “Golden Record Album”. She participated in shows such as "Lemonade Mouth", "Good Luck Charlie", "Barbie Princess Charm School", "Monster High", "My Little Pony", "Phineas & Ferb" and many others. By 2012, She decided to make a move to Miami, Florida to continue her career.
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Ana Grinta

Ana Grinta is a Mexican voiceover actress and translator with ample experience dubbing movies and TV series including Twilight, Desperate Housewives and Lost, as well as the voices of renowned actresses such as Meryl Streep, Jessica Lange, Kim Novak and Ingrid Bergman in several classic films. Ana loves bringing a character to life.

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Valentina Latyna
Throughout her career, Valentina has been participating in numerous Theater plays, TV Shows, Soap operas, Hollywood films and National Commercials. Her Voice Over career started when she was 8. For years she has been the official voice in Spanish for Whitney Houston, Cameron Diaz, Alexz Jhonson, Giada De Laurentis, etc. This year she has been nominated again as Outstanding Animation demo reel by SOVAS. Colombian. She holds a bachelors degree in Fine Arts ASAB (Col) Acting for Film at NYFA and Voice Technique at UCLA.
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Juanita Devis

Juanita Devis was born is Bogota-Colombia and became an actress at the early age of 6, when she did her first Film "Tiempo Para Amar" next to Amparo Grisales and Claudia de Colombia. After she finished high school she went to London to study acting at the West Minster College and The City Literary Institute. When she returned to Bogota she was able to continue her TV career in TV series and soap operas such as Yo amo a Paquita Gallego, Tiempos Dificiles and Tan Cerca y Tan Lejos. She now lives in Los Ageles where she continues act in spanish and english comericials, TV Shows, and plays.

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Ana Osorio

Ana Daniela Osorio is a Venezuelan-American actress, singer-songwriter and voice over artist from Caracas. In 2013, she debuted her acting career as Daniela Mílan in Telemundo's successful soap opera "Santa Diabla". She has since starred in "Dueños del Paraíso" and most recently "Eva, La Trailera" also with Telemundo. Apart from acting, she is the host for HITN's Tu Planeta, is the voice of Puppy for Fischer Price in Spanish and has also done work with Wells Fargo. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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Erika Robledo
Erika Robledo comes from several generations of actors, including her mom, who had  lifelong career in Voice Over. Erika herself started her adventure in front of the mic at the age of 8, and hasn't stopped since. As a bilingual actor who is passionate about her job, she looks forward to exploring and enjoying everything the voice over industry has to offer.
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Leidy Ruiz
Leidy was born in Trinidad, Cuba. In 1992 she graduated from the National Drama School of Havana, Cuba. She worked for 25 years at the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television and possesses vast experience in voice over and dubbing, having received several national awards in both categories.