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Stephanie Beatriz

Actress

A versatile actress who thrives in both comedy and drama, Stephanie Beatriz is quickly making a name for herself in television and film.

Beatriz can currently be seen in Fox’s critically acclaimed series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” as Detective Rosa Diaz. Indie Wire has called Beatriz “a standout even in a cast crowded with very funny people,” and Bustle said, “Beatriz has managed to turn what could have been a one-note character… into someone intriguing and deep, an integral part of a well-oiled comedic machine. Great character. Great performance.” In 2014, the show won the Golden Globe for “Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical.” It has also been nominated for a number of awards in the category of “Best Ensemble/ Best Comedy Series” including the Television Critics Association Awards, American Comedy Awards, People’s Choice Awards, and Satellite Awards. The show’s fifth season will air this fall.

Beatriz has also been nominated for multiple awards in the category of “Best Supporting Actress in Television/Comedy Series” including the Imagen Awards and Online Film & Television Association, and “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series” in the SAG Awards. In 2014, Latina Magazine included Beatriz in their Hollywood Hot List.

On the big screen, Beatriz can be seen in the drama “You’re Not You” opposite Hilary Swank and Josh Duhamel, “Short Term 12” opposite Brie Larson, and Netflix’s “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday,” and “Ice Age: Collision Course.”

In 2013, Beatriz was seen in the film “Short Term 12” opposite Brie Larson and John Gallagher Jr. The critically acclaimed drama was nominated for “Best Picture” at a number of film festivals including San Diego, Phoenix, Detroit, Seattle, and at the Georgia Film Critics Society Awards. In 2017 she starred in the independent drama “The Light Of The Moon,” which won the coveted Audience Award at SXSW and went to theaters. Most recently, she co-starred opposite Heather Graham in the timely film “Half Magic”.

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