Brenda Zamora is a Mexican actress; she was born in Jalisco, Mexico, and raised in the United States in Wyoming. While attending Clark Elementary School, Brenda performed in her first theatrical play, followed by many more. Later on, she participated in the middle school choir at Davis Middle School, where she was fortunate to perform at the annual Wyoming State Choir Festival for three years. Brenda graduated from Evanston High School with Honors in Theatre and Performance Arts; she was a devout member of the Drama Society Club and became a member of The International Thespian Society. After moving to Los Angeles, Brenda has continued to study at the Groundlings Theatre, Castaway Studios, and The Complex Theatre.
Hi there! Thank you for visiting my website; allow me to tell you a little bit more about myself! As you know, I am from Mexico, and visiting my country to see my family has always been important to me. Coming from a family of working performers, an artist, an audience, a stage, the craft was never a foreign concept. It has always been a fact of life, and me singing Selena into a hairbrush at a pretend concert at 4 years old made a lot of sense. Growing up in the U.S. I was involved in performing arts on my own. At an early age, I knew performing would always be a part of my life. When I met my acting teacher in high school, my admiration for artists became even more substantial. My acting coach in high school has been a huge influence; she wasn’t just a great acting coach but an amazing actress herself. She challenged me and taught me the first of everything an actor needs to know about acting. My family and my first coach are my foundation; they inspire me every day.
Brenda Zamora appeared as Mia Beltran in Steven Soderbergh's feature film The Laundromat. The film, starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas, made its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 27, 2019. The feature film was also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival and the San Sebastian International Film Festival in September 2019.
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Nope! I am currently SAG Eligible, but can still work on Non-Union projects.
Yes! I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy watching telenovelas.
I am based in Los Angeles, California.
Yes and yes! Both current and good to go!
I am a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. and have Mexican citizenship.
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