Los Angeles-based actress known for her versatility, Myra is a signature cross between raw and mystery. Born in Manila to Filipino, French, and Spanish parents. She was raised in a military household and grew up in Port Orchard, Wa.
Myra dedicated studying her craft with acting coach Terry Schreiber in NYC and Marjorie Ballentine in LA. She led a feature film called, "The Real" to help bring awareness about social workers, substance abuse, and domestic violence. The project premiered in New York at Tribeca Film Festival last year. Her most recent work is a regional theater lead role produced by The Food Bank educating children in wealthy neighborhoods in Northern California about the importance of awareness of children that are hungry in America and how they can help. She led and co-produced two films that were well received in Los Angeles and San Francisco Film Festivals.
Unique traits: all around "jane of all trades"