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A USC Cinematic Arts graduate and Emmy® Award winner Sergio Guerrero produced and co-wrote the multi-awarded feature film, "A Day Without a Mexican", a sleeper hit that later served as the banner for the immigration movement in the United States. Guerrero is the creator, director and producer for Fox "Dos Lunas" starring Barbara Mori and Leonardo Sbaraglia. In addition, he produced the first original scripted series for NBC Universo called "El Vato". In between movies and TV shows Sergio has over 500 commercials under his belt as director / producer with his Indie Eye Productions. Sergio continues to create premium content for all platforms such as the TV series "Soccer & Drinks" and his indie film "Intolerance" to be release at the end of the year.


Rolando Nichols is a baseball play-by-play announcer for FOX Deportes.

Born in Hermosillo, Mexico, Nichols’ first passion was baseball. He played in multiple Mexican youth national teams and represented his country at two Pan-American tournaments.

He signed his first professional contract at 15 years old with the Naranjeros de Hermosillo and also played Los Diablos Rojos in Mexico City.

However, he put career on hold to join Arizona State University where he graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Nichols spent 11 years at Univision as a news anchor in Phoenix, Los Angeles and Miami. He won a Peabody Award in 2005.

He merged his passion for baseball with his profession when he became the Spanish-language play-by-play announcer of the Los Angeles Angels from 2009-2011.

He returned to the world of news in 2012 as he became the lead national news anchor at Mundo Fox.

Nichols currently lives in Los Angeles and is the Executive Producer on the film 'Intolerance No More"