"Rooftop" World Premiere @ Student Shorts Film Festival

TOA is proud to present the world premiere of "Rooftop", starring Kimberly Urrea & Shalom DeSota. Sometimes the people who hurt us most are the ones who take care of us. Directed by Matthaeus Szumanski. An official selection of the TOA 2020 Student Shorts Online Film Festival. More details @ toa.edu/film


Kimberly Urrea is a Mexican-American actress and photographer. She began her career in San Francisco at the age of 18 and then moved to Los Angeles where she completed her education at Theatre of Arts, a two-year acting conservatory.

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Shalom DeSota was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. After spending a few years in Massachusetts, she moved to LA to pursue her acting career. She is triple threat who can dance, sing and act. She has an associates in acting from Theatre of Arts and is currently represented by McCaffrey Talent. She has performed in many stage productions at both the Arena stage and the Sherry and has also been featured in multiple short films. She has performed as a stand up comedian on multiple stages including The Comedy Store. She gravitates towards action and drama-oriented roles but loves any role that presents a challenge.

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- shalomiedahomie.com

- Instagram/@shalomiedahomie

- Twitter/@shalomiemahomie

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