"She's mad but she's magic. There's no lie in her fire."
Recognized for her versatility, Myra Borja is a signature cross between raw and mystery. Born in Manila mixed with Portuguese and Mayan. Studied in Private Catholic specializing in Performing Arts and grew up in a military household. She settled with her family in Washington State and moved from one city to another pursuing her love for the arts.
Myra is a dedicated actor who did a crossover from dance. She studied in New York under Terry Schreiber- A master teacher from the Strasberg and Meisner's point of view interpreted by Michael Howard. Among Myra's work is a feature film, “The Real”, A short film helping to convey awareness about social workers, substance abuse, and domestic violence. The project premiered in New York at Tribeca Film Festival. She was part of a regional theater tour produced by The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano to educate children in wealthy neighborhoods about hunger in America. Recently, she embraced a debut lead role in a musical, "Light of Life'" by the respected playwright Margaret E Klim. Myra co-produced and played double characters in a comic based film, "Deadly Class" featured at the Comic-Con and ongoing national festivals. She is noted on IMDB for her signature role in a romantic comedy, "Friend Request" directed by Jim Skinner.
Myra is living in Los Angeles ongoing with advance training and pursuing commercial and film projects. Signed by Sovereign Talent Group.
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Myra Borja and Laney Serface
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