Originally a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, Ram Munguia grew up with a natural passion for the arts. Although he did not pursue that path as a child, he fell in love with theater as soon as he was introduced to it. At the age of 22, he made his theatrical debut in a play called "Boxcar" directed by Rob Bosquez. And after that, he hit the stage full force acting along side Lou Diamond Phillips and Jensen Ackles in "A Few Good Men," and starring in an independent film "West Lincoln." Since the film however, he's taken a break from the stage to focus on other mediums. His artistic passion for constant change makes it difficult to stick to one thing. Because although he is an actor, he also aspires to be a Renaissance man.
Stephanie is originally from Texas and that is where her heart will always be. She is so passionate about acting and finds comfort and solace in the beauty that it encompasses. Stephanie studied acting at Brigham Young University in Utah and has been fortunate to have acted with Rose Marine Theater, Hip Pocket Theatre, Artisan Center Theater, and most recently Cara Mía Theatre Co. Her most recent project was playing Blanca in Cara Mía's Crystal City 1969. She is so grateful for the opportunity that she had to play Melissa in West Lincoln and thinks that the experience helped her find her voice even more as an actress and a woman. Stephanie hopes to continue to act as long as she is able and hopes that the message of West Lincoln will inspire many hearts.
Fredy Edward Quiroga
Fredy Edward Quiroga, is a native of Valparaiso, Chile. He moved to fort worth, Texas at the age of 2. He is a 2008 graduate of Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School. In 2007 he began studying acting at the Rose Marine Theatre in Fort Worth. He appeared in several of Teatro De La Rosa’s productions. Credits include: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Kiss Of The Spider Woman, and A View From The Bridge. He also performed as Anxious, in Kid’s Who Care’s production of, West Side Story. Fredy, has been active in theatre and films, for four years now. In 2009, he was cast to play the role of Oscar, in the up and coming Independent Feature Film, West Lincoln. While working on West Lincoln, he was cast in the role, of Mike in an Independent short, entitled: Imprinted. He plans to continue with his education at Tarrant County College. His goal, is to get a an agent in Dallas, and to pursue an acting career in film and T.V.
Alfonso “Fonzy” Rodriguez
Is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. At the age of 15, he enrolled in the Artes Academy at the Rose Marine Theater. After studying acting for two years, he appeared in three of Teatro de la Rosa’s productions, The Miser Of Mexico, Dona Pepa And The Boys, and Lincoln Heights. He appears in his first film role as Moses, in the up and coming independent film, West Lincoln. He is very excited about having one of the lead roles, and hopes that this will lead to more acting opportunities in the future.
Originally from Corpus Christi, Christiann relocated to the metroplex as a teenager where she had her first taste of theater.
Christiann has been cast in numerous productions throughout the metroplex, including the role of Connie in the stage production of The Heights, other productions include- Real Women Have Curves, South Pacific, The Ruca and Youngblood radio cho and most recently, The Vagina Monologues.
Ronald Fernandez J.R.
Born in San Jose, Costa Rica and raised in Cerritos California. Ronald has a real passion for the theatrical arts. His acting career began when he had to learn a part for the play “Taming of the Shrew”. After that he began making appearances in other plays hosted by The Rose Marine Theater, such as “Boxcar”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and “Dona Pepa and the Boys”. He was also a part of a group of teen actors called “A 1440 Experience”. Along with his passion for film and theater, Ronald enjoys programming and exploring computers. His dream is to work as a programmer for a major company while being able to act as a hobby at a local theater.
Cruz Serrano, Is native of Ramon, Corona Durango Mexico. His family moved to Fort Worth, Texas when he was a child. At the age of 11, he began studying acting at The Rose Marine Theater. In 2006, Cruz represented Artes Academy, Artes de la Rosa’s youth program, at the White House in Washington, D.C. as recipient of the Coming Up Taller award. The Coming Up Taller award is an initiative of the President of the United States which recognizes exemplary programming in the Arts and Humanities. He appeared in many of Teatro de la Rosa’s productions. Credits include: Recuerdos de mi Mama, Dona Pepa and the Boys, and Lincoln Heights. He was cast in his first film role in the docudrama, A Sense Of Place. In 2009 he was cast as Johnny, one of the lead roles in the independent film West Lincoln, after graduating from high school, he joined the air force. He is currently stationed at Holloman AFB in Alamogordo, New Mexico. His plans, after the air force, is to start a career in law enforcement. Having had a passion for the theatre, Cruz will continue to act on stage and film, for as long as he can.
ANTHONY MARQUEZ :
A native of Fort Worth, Texas. He began with an acting career, working on T.V. Commercials, T.V., and Film. Anthony, is currently represented by the Linda McAlister Agency. He recently appeared as a co-guest star, on the T.V. show, "The Good Guy's", with actor Danny Trejo. In 1995, Anthony directed his first short film titled "Johnny", followed by "Lincoln Heights" a 38 minute short. In 1997, "Lincoln Heights" was a finalist for the 18th annual Telly Awards. This award is an International Competition, honoring non-network television programs. Anthony, was awarded the finalist for Director/Writer. Having had a background in the Theatre, as an Actor, and Director, in 2007, "Lincoln Heights" became a stage production, and debut at The Rose Marine Theatre , in Fort Worth. This would lead to the feature film "West Lincoln". Anthony, plans to continue working on T.V. and Film, and would like to write and direct another film someday.