B. MARTIN | CARLOS CABALLERO | ALBA RAQUEL BARROS
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as ANGIOLI PRODUCER/ACTRESS
her star turn in the soon to be released feature film, Kings
of Brooklyn with David Keith and William MacNamara,
for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at
the NY Independent Film and Video Festival, Lauren portrayed
Camille Bennett on As the World Turns for 4 years.
On ATWT Lauren garnered rave reviews for her portrayal of
an aspiring doctor diagnosed with breast cancer and was nominated
for Best Newcomer in a Daytime Series and Best Supporting
Actress in a Daytime Series.
Before ATWT, Lauren's television career began on NBC's daytime
drama Another World. Shes also appeared
on All My Children, Cosby, and starred
in Warner Brothers pilot Vamps.
Lauren is excited to have worked as a post-production producer
on Kings of Brooklyn and currently has a number
of film projects in pre-production as producer. Lauren's film
credits include Street Dreams, Let's Talk
About Sex, Because of You (actress/producer),
and Where Angels Dance. In addition, Lauren is
currently recording her first solo album, working with some
of today's hottest writers and producers in music.
as JOAQUIN ACTOR
Carlos has already enjoyed a great career as an international
actor, participating in films throughout the world
Cuba, Panama, and Italy to say the least. Carlos is now enjoying
popularity in the United States and is currently involved
in a new soap opera for Telemundo entitled Prisonera
After graduating in 1993, he continued to be part of a theatre
group called El Publico, under the direction of Carlos Diaz
as well as other projects directed by Raul Martin, Lester
Veira, Rosario Cardenas, Armando del Rosario, and Mercedes
Garcia, all prominent directors in the Latin community.
Carlos was awarded the Best Newcomer by the Miami Herald in
2000 and Best Male Actor by Cine Plaza 88 Festival.
ALBA RAQUEL BARROS
as GRACE ACTRESS
Alba is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico,
raised in the journalism industry by her mother, famed writer
Alba Raquel Cabrera. After an intense study of dance and performance
training, she embarked on her career in professional entertainment
as a dancer.
As one of the most competent actresses in the Latin American
market, Alba has secured awards as Dramatic Performance for
roles in the local media; as Femme Fatale for portraying rolesrunning
the gamut from a strong lesbian in the mini-series Las
Divorciadas to the most demure and good-natured, Julia
in herown comedy series, Juan Ponce; and within
Local theatre - Best Dramatic Performance for roles as singing
prosititute in El Diluvio Que Viene. Most recently,
she has performed in Miamiand New York.
Venturing into the Production sector of entertainment, Alba
has successfully cast and directed her own noon show for WAPA
TV (Channel 4 in PR) where she has continued to expand her
acting and producing for the past 25 years.