Denise was born and raised in Central Florida and currently resides in the South Florida area. She attended college and studied theatre and voice, sticking mainly to musical theatre. Denise is a singer, actor and dancer that has performed in many theatre productions throughout Central and South Florida but has also been on the small screen. Lending her talent for a television drama, promotional video for Walt Disney World and featured actor in a documentary involving her role at the Florida Renaissance Festival.
Unique traits: Physical Acting, Character acting, Ability to Mime
Between Myth and History: Florida Renaissance Festival
Documentary by Humaya Films/Vivian Orozco Myself Humaya Films has teamed up with Bobby Rodriguez Productions to bring you a behind the scenes look at the award winning Florida Renaissance Festival. We are hoping to breakdown misconceptions about these kinds of festivals, and provide an up close, insightful, and personal view of the industry and the lives of various local performers at the Florida Renaissance Festival.
Open Mic Tour
Music Myself Performing "There's a Fine, Fine Line" from the musical Avenue.
Commedia Princess and the Pea
Theater by Rosalie Grant (Comedy) Arlequin (yellow tights) Commedia del Sol performed at the Florida Renaissance Festival 2012. I portrayed Arlequin (yellow tights) for this performance.
Theater Myself A duet I performed singing " For Good" from the musical Wicked. I sang the Glinda role.
A Grand Night for Singing
Theater Myself Performing "If I Loved you" from the musical Carousal
Dr. G Medical Examiner
Drama by Discovery Fit & Health Nurse While in the process of adopting a five-week-old baby, a mother takes him to work with her. While there, the baby inexplicably obtains a skull fracture while unsupervised. Since the parents cannot provide an explanation as to how the injury occurred, the hospital must investigate for abuse. The baby is taken away from the parents and placed with a foster family. The family's lawyer asks Dr. G to review the evidence. Can Dr. G's professional opinion help reunite a family? Eleven months after becoming paralyzed in a car accident, a 36-year-old woman dies in the hospital. Doctors claim the cause of death was a bacterial infection, a complication from her injuries. The woman's mother strongly believes her daughter was poisoned by her husband while in the hospital. Will Dr. G's autopsy confirm the mother's suspicions, or prove that there was no foul play involved?
Indian River State College