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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.


Yeniffer Behrens was born in Caracas, Venezuela but her grandfather's position as a diplomat led to the family's move to Washington, D.C. when she was just 3 years old. Even as a small child, Yeniffer's dazzling smile and effervescent personality were easily apparent and she was inspired to become a performer by the age of six. At age nine, the family would move to Miami and naturally, the energetic Yeniffer grew to be a sparkling cheerleader and win the Miss Teen Miami Pageant. She also proved that she had brains and determination, as well as beauty, when she earned her Associate of Arts degree in theatre from Miami-Dade Community College. She continued her theatre training at the prestigious North Carolina School of the Arts.

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De Wayne Cox is a talented and accomplished producer of video, film and television production. He has extensive experience in the production and post-production of broadcast and cable television programming. The Penn State alum began his production career in 1984 and landed a staff position in the Summer Olympics, which lasted for over 8 years. In 1995, De Wayne founded Meltdown Entertainment, a full-service film and television production company, which initially specialized in music video production. Under the Meltdown umbrella, De Wayne produced and directed an array of music videos for major record labels, such as MCA Music, Sony, Motown, A&M and Atlantic Records. De Wayne went on to produce and/or direct a slate of 6 different programming series for Viacom's BET Action Pay-Per-View Network. He also provided the post-production for 90% of the network's original programming. De Wayne developed and produced original programming for the home video market such as Funny Futhermuckers in Concert Volumes 1 and 2; a series of hilarious stand-up comedy performances.

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Mauricio Mendoza was born in Davis, California to a Colombian mother from Pasto, and father from Bogota. After his birth, his parents returned to Bogotá, and to Cartagena for a few years. In 1982 at the age of 12, his family relocated to Davis, CA. Mauricio's mother always encouraged his brothers and him to perform. He was inspired by actor Raúl Juliá's ability to sing, dance, perform in film, and his great strength as a Shakespearean actor. He attributes his Masters in Classical Theater to the motivation felt from Juliá's career. He also found inspiration and motivation as an actor in Esai Morales after seeing his performance in La Bamba, and feeling he had finally seen an actor on screen that he could identify with.