International Host & Media Journalist
Designer & Urban Planner
Reporter, Actor & Model

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Rocio Vidal

Rocio “Roro” Vidal was born in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Fluent in English and Spanish, she studied Architecture in 2003 and Urban Planning and Design in 2005 in the University of Michigan. She worked as a designer in Chicago and Los Ángeles for the big firms HOK and RTKL for 5 years. In 2010 Rocio decided to go back to her roots in acting leaving her job as a designer.

When Rocio was about to start high school, she moved to the InterAmerican University Secondary School in San Germán, Puerto Rico which was the only school in the region to offer acting classes and Drama Clubs. There she was able to participate in many oratory, drama and poetry competitions and won recognition for it. Throughout her high school years, she attended the high profile Unica, one of the best modeling schools and agencies in San Juan, Puerto Rico where she had the opportunity to model for various recognizable names like Sears, JC Penny and Nativa. While attending Unica she also attended the prestigious “Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico” where she had a scholarship to take summer classes before going back to her High School in San Germán.

While in Chicago working as a designer for HOK in 2005 and 2006, she took improv classes at ActOne. Throughout her years working as a designer for RTKL in Los Ángeles from 2007 to 2010, Rocio polished her acting skills and attended the Australian Institute of Dramatic Arts and the Screen Actors Studio. In 2010, as she leaves her full-time job to be a full-time actress, she enrolled in LA City College to study Theater and Voice.

She had her big break when she booked a job in 2013 as a presenter of an entertainment news show for Latin America named Fashion Frontline. She had to packed and leave to the Philippines where the studios were located. In Philippines, she was able to be a presenter and the voice for various Latin American shows in Spanish for the global channel FashionOne.

Since then she moved back to LA and has been working as a reporter and journalist for various outlets and has been featured in many commercials, music videos, TV-shows and feature films. Last year, she premiered her first feature film role with Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee actor Eric Roberts in the movie Enemy Within. In February 2017, she premiered her second feature film role in the movie “Everybody loves Somebody” with “How To get Away With Murder” re-known star Karla Souza and Mexican seasoned actress Patricia Bernal.

All of Rocio’s work can be admired at her Demo Real and at Social Media.