Venezuelan born, Miami raised actress Maria Corina Ramirez earned her B.F.A. in Acting from New World School of the Arts. She has most recently starred in, written, and directed her debut feature film, Bridges., which premiered to sold out audiences and much acclaim at the 38th Miami Film Festival and the 20th Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival. It was dubbed "one of the most accurate film portrayals of what immigrant youths withstand in this country" by the L.A times and "must see cinema" by Remezcla. Prior, she starred in and co-wrote Complex Network's first-ever scripted series, Grown, which was HBO's Project Greenlight winning digital series. She has starred in two NBC-Telemundo TV series, two Cine Latino films, and over a dozen national campaigns and commercials. Her solo theatre piece, Supa'Nova, won an artist residency at Miami Theatre Center and a producer's scholarship for the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival in L.A., where performances were sold out. Her work is dedicated to amplifying and humanizing the female experience. When she is not acting or writing, she is doing yoga, making her family laugh, dancing or traveling.