Born in Vina del Mar, Chile. I began acting at a young age, then in college I decided to pursue acting and trained in various methods in order to get myself to cry on cue. I achieved a great amount of success in crying, but not so much in the craft of acting. Then, I stumbled into clowning and discovered a home I could call my own in the theatre. Since then, I have been involved in various productions and passion projects. I started my own non-profit company (seachangeartist.org) that brings acting, more specifically, clowning to children that are detained inside the Los Angeles correctional system. I love to create, and hopefully inspire people through laughter.