Fernanda Romero

The experience of Hollywood is shifting and with the current success of Eugenio Derbez in "Instructions Not Included" the studios will undoubtedly want to tap into the marketplace and cater to Latinos. Sometimes I do say, 'I can't keep going' or 'I don't truly feel enthusiastic anymore' but then I realize that I have to push myself even tougher."

Her desire wasn't often to be a thespian as she tells LatinTimes. "When I first moved out here I arrived to understand about style and marketing and advertising. The acting arrived as form of an incident and when it arrived to me I explained, 'Sure. Why not give it a try out?' I was often drawn to performing but I never observed it as a occupation. That is how it all began and the relaxation is heritage." The highway to success has not been straightforward for her although, but she did discover support in a effectively-known director in the L.A. spot that lend her a supporting hand. With family thousands of miles absent the "RPM Miami" actress experienced to find out how to dwell without them. "Not becoming with loved ones, friends and meals is one of the largest problems when you live in a overseas place. You have no other selection but to create a support group of friends that small by small turn out to be your loved ones."

This 7 days Latino teams and celebs took the streets of Washington D.C. for the "Camino Americano" Immigration Reform rally. Activists hope to draw focus from Congress to pass a extensive immigration reform by the end of the 12 months. "I support the immigration reform and it is some thing that is necessary. Thank God it is transferring ahead so everyone can be counted as a citizen. I have hope and faith that something will come about soon."

As a Latina actress Fernanda Romero has experienced to experience a lot of obstructions and we asked her why do Latinos usually struggle to make it in Hollywood. "We have to fight against the stereotypes," she replied. "It's complex to change people's minds on preconceived notions that they have of Latinos. I truly feel we are on the correct path and the opportunities will only get much better for the newer generations, but it takes a great deal of time and energy." She also added, "Being Latina often boundaries the auditions you can go to." Fernanda goes on to say that she has never expertise any variety of racism first-hand and if she experienced she would not have allowed it. "I do come to feel that its a cultural issue and individuals don't travel out of the country to acquire that sensibility of encountering a diverse culture. Some folks, not absolutely everyone, feel that all of Mexico is like Tijuana."

In most videos and television exhibits we typically see Latinos in roles that are stereotypes. What part would Fernanda not settle for? "I wouldn't take on a position that doesn't inspire me. I like to take on roles that are inspirational, that folks can join with and have exciting with. I wouldn't like to engage in a Latina that is not inspirational or a poor representation simply because it would also go towards my beliefs."

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