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Casting Hub Actress Cast in Short Film

Gabriela Cintron

At just 12 years old, Gabriela Cintron may just be one of the hardest working young actresses in show business, and now that she has been cast in the short film “Two Step”, Gabriela shows no sign of slowing down.  Just 5 months ago, Gabriela first auditioned for CASTINGHUB and the judges were instantly blown away by not only her talent, but also her passion and drive. It was easy to see that acting and modeling was what Gabriela wanted to do.

Gabriela is no stranger to the lime light. She has already starred as the lead in the short film “Pencil Thief”, participated in musicals and plays, and modeled runway shows for Dillard’s, JC Penny, and GAP Kids.

“Two Step” is a short film about a father tries to help his daughter deal with the recent death of her mother. The story centers around Melody, an independent college student, who seems well put together but something is missing emotionally and her father, Nathan, who has been recently widowed and is now grappling with the death of his wife and uncertain of his relationship with his daughter.

Being an extra in a movie, while it does not sound glamorous, can be extremely important for a young actress. Many famous actors and actresses started out as extras on films and have been discovered that way; actors like Sylvester Stallone, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Clint Eastwood; and actresses like Renee Zellweger, Megan Fox, and Marilyn Monroe.

CASTINGHUB and its talent advisors: Blake Michael, Zuzana Monroe, Pierre Giacomoni, Bernadette Heyer, Gloria Giacomoni, and Pedja Igic are all happy to hear that the talent they first saw in Gabriela 5 months ago is now being noticed by the rest of the entertainment industry.  It’s only a matter of time before she becomes the next big start in the entertainment industry, so be sure to keep your eyes out for her.

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