Actress Suveria Mota

Within three months of moving to Hollywood, Dominican born actress Suveria Mota joined SAG and AFTRA. She earned her credentials by working as a stand-in on top-rated Television series and films which included “Glee,” “Burlesque,” “Honey 2,” “Larry Crowne,” and “Spores.” Not one to let grass grow under her feet, she continued to hone her craft by taking acting and production classes, all the while auditioning for major parts. Her hard work paid off as Suveria now has a starring role in Swirl Films’ “What Would You Do for Love.” The two-part World Premiere adapted stage show is scheduled to air on the GMC network this spring (2013).

Born in Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic, the bilingual beauty with an exotic look has put her Spanish language skills to good use in Producer/Director Lamonte Moore’s animated cult film, “Las Pandillas de Los Angeles,” as well as being seen on stage in the Dominican Republic theatrical play, “Madres & Heronias.” She has also done guest spots on the web series’ “Screensters” and “Bridges to Bridges.”

Suveria Mota moved to New York City at the age of four. Her abilities as a dancer found her performing all over the city while in High School, but acting was always her true calling. She attended Lehman College and graduated with a degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology, and a minor in English Literature. Suveria’s ear for language, grace as a dancer, beautiful exotic look and cosmopolitan outlook bodes well for her success in Hollywood.

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