Rigoberto GarciaActor

Rigoberto Garcia is an actor raised in Brooklyn, New York.
He graduated from Baruch College in January 2013 with a B.B.A in
Finance. One may ask why did he study Finance? Well his childhood
dream was to become an actor and was his true real passion which he
rediscovered in has last semester of college while taking an Intro to
Acting class. Rigoberto dedicated himself to pursue his passion after
graduating from college. He manage to get his first starring role in a
short student film “Foul Shot” directed by Rob Servidone produced at
The New York Film Academy.
He trained at T. Schreiber studio with Peter Miner’s On
Camera class, learning the technique of acting for the camera.
Rigoberto also studied a couple of acting techniques derived from
Stanislavsky’s System. He trained at The William Esper Studio with
David Newer learning the Meisner Acting Technique during the summer.
Within less than a year of working in the industry he booked a
reenactment job with Over the Edge Productions for a Rockland County,
New York Child Endangerment PSA directed Mike Leonard.
He also co-starred in Investigation Discovery’s TV series Deadly Sins
Episode 3.7: “Good Boys Gone Very Bad (The Zarate Brothers)”.
Rigoberto Garcia starred in a couple of short films as
well: “A Threatening Lie” and “His Own Kind”. He recently completed
the intro conservatory at Stella Adler Studio of Acting. He respects
the art and craft of acting and continues his training to better tune
and perfect his natural talent.