A film by Julia Camara
Actress Branca Ferrazo was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to actress Olga Danitch and producer Antonio Paulo Ferraz.
She is also a Cirque du Soleil Aerialist with extensive professional background. Her specialty apparatus being the Corde Lisse/Rope.
Branca has worked as an actress on stage and in front of the camera around the globe, including countries like her native Brazil, the US, the UK, Canada and Italy.
Branca trained at the renowned American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in New York City, and in England, at the accredited Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She is the founder of RAW Productions, and worked as both executive producer and actress in the feature Petunia (cast including Brittany Snow, and Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award winner Christine Lahti).
She is a green card holder and a member of SAG-AFTRA. She currently resides in Hollywood, CA.
Oliver Rayón was born just east of Mexico City, in the colonial city of Puebla, the historic, cultural, and economic capital of the state of Puebla, México.
Adaptable to acting on stage, television, and film, Oliver's credits reflect his commitment to versatility and craft. Some of his early roles were on local-market TV shows (The Heartbreak Cafe (1997), Secretos (2004)). Followed quickly by star billing in short films that became a part of the film festival circuit (Good Day LA (2007),Lawnchairs & Grappling Hooks (2008), Vlad & Antoinette (2008), New Filmmaking(2009). Along with a stint as a recurring character on the Univision telenovela No Me Hallo (2011). His latest TV appearance was on the long-running daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful (1987).
Fluency in two languages gives him depth and authenticity in his personal and professional roles. Being multi-ethnic (Mexican, Spanish, German) lends credibility to the diversity of characters he plays. He has convincingly played the Latin romantic with a passion for the paranormal (Paranormal Incident (2011)), the all-American assistant left in charge of a frightening turn-of-events (Reality Terror Night (2013)), and an Italian heavy infected by mutated creatures (Stem Cell (2009), among others.
Oliver continues to add lead and supporting roles in a range of independent feature films (Spermicide (2014), Thursday's Speaker (2013), Guns Don't Kill People (2012), some of which have been in rotation on the SyFy Channel (War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave (2008), Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008), 2010: Moby Dick (2010),Silent Venom (2009). His most recent work came in Doc Holliday's Revenge (2014) a Western feature film by Lionsgate & Rapid Hearts Pictures, starring Tom Berenger & Eric Roberts, where he played the infamous Florentino "Indian Charlie" Cruz.