Lorena Jorge is a William Esper Studio alum, trained under the guidance and teachings of the late Bill Esper. She has graced many New York City stages and screens for over a decade. You have seen her in CW’s Jane The Virgin, TNT’s The Last Ship, The Spanish Repertory Theater’s “La Gringa,” and off Broadway Productions like David Lamb’s “Platanos & Collard Greens.” She was the Net’s Faith Film Festival host for over three seasons and is a prominent Voiceover Artist in Film, TV, and Radio in both Spanish and English Markets.
Under her production company, Hidden Root Productions, Lorena has written, produced, and directed three short films and a mini series coming to streaming platforms and festivals near you. You can currently listen to her on the Latin Dish Podcast and watch her in the award-winning film First Day Back at UMC.tv. You will also find her in this season’s NCIS film Try, and pilots Ellay and HBOMax’s Vegas High. She is a Native New Yorker and holds her BA from Fordham University in Criminology and Sociology. Overall, Lorena Jorge is an interdisciplinary Afro-Latina Artist and proud first generation American, who from an early age has lived by the mantra, “With Hard Work Anything is Possible.”