Venezuelan born, Miami raised actress Maria Corina Ramirez earned her B.F.A in Acting from New World School of the Arts. Shortly upon graduating, she took on several leading and supporting roles in theatres all across Miami in both English and Spanish. She has most recently starred in and co-written on Complex Network's first ever scripted series Grown. She has also starred in two NBC-Telemundo TV series, two Cine Latino films and over a dozen national campaigns and commercials. Combining her classical training with her voice as a young Latina, she is constantly creating original content for the stage, film, television and new media platforms. Her original work has been seen in Miami, Los Angeles, New York, the Cannes Film Festival 2012 "Shorts Corner" and the 2015 American Black Film Festival, among others. Her most recent theatre piece, Supa'Nova won artist residencies for both Miami Theatre Center and the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival in L.A. When she is not acting or writing, she is doing yoga, making her family laugh, traveling or attempting to save the world one political debate at a time.