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El Paso Actor Panel
Actors & Actresses from El Paso offer their advice when it comes to navigating the casting process and how your location in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, or Albuquerque affect your chances of being cast in television and film productions.

Jessica Meraz (Supergirl)
Denise Dorado (Amalia)
Manny Rubio (Succession)

Robert Holguin (K-FOX 14)
Carlos Corral (El Paso Film Festival)

This virtual panel is part of the 2020 El Paso Film Festival.

Oct 24, 2020 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Jessica Meraz
Born and raised in the border town of El Paso, Texas, Meraz is half Mexican from her mother's side and of Scottish and Irish ancestry on her father's. She is the youngest of five children, and speaks fluent Spanish. Meraz got her start in acting at seven years old in community theater. Her most recent credits include Supergirl (CW), Drunken History (CC), and Major Crimes (TNT).
Denise Dorado
Filmmaker & Actress
In 2017, after starring in many short films and TV guest spots, she was cast in her first leading role in a feature film, “Amalia” (2018), Omar Rodriguez-Lopez’s latest psychological thriller, and her second lead shortly thereafter, Graham Streeter’s “I May Regret” (2018) and currently resides in Los Angeles.
Manny Rubio
Manuel Rubio Puentes was born in 1975 in El Paso, Texas. Manny has been performing since he was a child but his acting career began in theater in 1997. He went on to perform in every theater venue in El Paso, Texas. In 2003, Rubio crossed into the realm of Film and Television via commercials, industrial videos, voice-overs, and radio. Rubio's big break came when he was cast for the role of Nieves on Fox's Prison Break in 2007. His recent credits include Succession (HBO), Better Call Saul (AMC), and Deputy (FOX).