Stephanie Cayo

Stephanie Cayo is a Peruvian actress, singer, producer and dancer. Her TV debut was at the age of 9 in the show Travesuras del corazón, but achieved greater recognition as the protagonist of the youth telenovela Besos robados. Among her best-known participations are productions such as Club de Cuervos (Netflix), Yucatán, Cómo caído del Cielo, El secretario y la Hipocondríaca y Amalgama. In 2020, she made her Hollywood debut in the film Force of Nature, co-starring with Mel Gibson. Her latest work was Hasta que nos volvamos a encontrar, the first original film of Netflix Peru. Currently, she directs a Performing Arts school in her country, an intensive performing arts program with a synergy with the US school "AMDA", which allows them to give to students exclusive scholarships. Stephanie resides between Madrid and Los Angeles, California.

Tessa Ia

Tessa Ia is an Award Winning Film/TV/Theatre actress and singer. Her break-out performance is in Michel Franco’s Después de Lucia, which was an official selection of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard and garnered her an Ariel Award Nomination for Best Actress and winner of the Canacine Award for Female Promise of the Year and Best Actress. She has gone on to star in The Eternal Feminine (Ariel Nominee Best Supporting Actress), Camino a Marte and Rubirosa. Television Series credits include: Sierra Madre, De Brutas, Nada (Amazon Prime) starring as Cristina Viedo, Vera in Unstoppable (Netflix), Narcos: Mexico as Sofia Conesa. Other Nominations include: Imagen Foundation Awards for Best Supporting Actress in her US Film Debut TheBurning Plain written/directed by Guillermo Arriaga. As a music artist; Correspondencia was Tessa’s Debut Album in 2016. She next released her EP Breve Vol.1 and Naïf in 2021. Tessa has gone on to release many highly successful Singles including: Búfalo, Quimeras, Tú y Yo and her latest La Niña Escopeta. IG: tessaurusrex TikTok: @.tessa_ia

Daniela Sierra

Daniela Sierra is a Colombian voice and dubbing actress, commercial announcer, professional singer, voice director and speaking voice and acting coach. She has been a 7-time nominee and 2-time winner of the Voice Arts Awards and once nominated for the One Voice Awards. Recently, she has participated as the official voice of E Entertainment Latin America and as the Spanish voice of Dolores Madrigal in the Disney movie Encanto.

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