Centro Latino for Literacy PSA






Hollywood  

Crossing Over: Jessica Garza, From Telenovelas to Hollywood

She has the look, the talent, and the drive to take her acting career as far as she wants to go

By Edie J. Adler
Published on LatinoLA: July 5, 2012


Crossing Over: Jessica Garza, From Telenovelas to Hollywood


When Jessica Garza decided to leave her native Mexico and come to the United States, she had one very clear objective in mind: To make a name for herself in Hollywood.

Although she already had a very successful acting career in Mexico, appearing in many popular novelas such as "Pobre Rico Pobre" "Secretos del Alma" "Quiereme" and more than 20 theatrical productions, Jessica decided to enroll in the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles, CA. "You should always strive to get better and better" she explains.

Upon graduation from NYFA, Jessica has not wasted any time and keeping focused on her goal, taking leading roles in several projects, including the Web series "Bibi the Princess Witch" and the short film "Waiting for the Sunrise to Come" - the story of a girl who suffers a traumatic experience during a night out, and how she deals with this situation as she starts to lose a grasp on reality.

"Waiting for the Sunrise to Come" is the winner of the Los Angeles Movie Awards, it's an official selection for the Corona Fastnet, and is nominated for the Budapest Public Choice Award. ¡En hora buena, Jessica!

Be on the lookout for this beautiful Mexican actress as she makes that sometimes elusive yet enticing cross over...Jessica Garza has the look, the talent, and the drive to take her acting career as far as she wants to go!

About Edie J. Adler:
Edie J is an actress, author, and public speaker. She and hubby Neal live in the Valley with their 6 dogs, 4 cats, 3 birds, 2 frogs, 1 turtle and one pink elephant.
Author's website
Email the author




   print this










OUR CONTENT SECTIONS


Arts & Entertainment Comunidad Forum People El Editor's Blog


Careers Expresate Hollywood Tecnología RSS Feeds