MIAMI – August 3, 2016 – Jeimy Osorio comes back after the World Cup success with Celia. Series broken ratings records in countries such as Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, Panama, the United States and Puerto Rico. Puerto Rican singer and actress is in its heyday. . Jeimy has the honor of being one of the artists invited to sing at the prestigious Premios Tu Mundo 2016, which will be this August 25 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. On this occasion has been nominated as “Protagonist Favorite Novel or Series , “also with his Pedro Knight, Modesto Lacen compete as” The Perfect Couple. ” Celia series also is nominated for “Favorite Novel or Series.”
This month Jeimy filmed in Miami American film “Bruno and Naomi’s Blind Date,” starring Robertand Alina and David Haack; Special performances by Eduardo Yáñez and Chris Mulkey.,among others Jeimy Priscila plays Agent Walker “Agent Walker” and leaves a mark with his acting depth, charm and charisma.
“We are very proud that Jeimy Osorio is part of our project , ” says Eduardo Prado – -casting producer movie director. The film is produced by Alejandro Agrasánchez, Tom Musca and Eduardo Prado. It is directed by Aaron Agrasánchez, a young graduate of the University of Miami. The story was written by Shane Kinsler, a student at UM, and discusses the status and migration issues surrounding a young foreign student in the United States.
If this were not enough, Jeimy
is part of the campaign #HablayVotaHBO Latino,
which is part of the series of HBO
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to see the trailer. The series “Speak” returns in September with “Speak and Vote” with personal stories of celebrities and Latinos in the United States with a focus on the elections this year. Among the artists and celebrities who accompany Jeimy
in this series are Jorge Ramos, George Lopez, Maria Celeste, and Prince Royce,
These achievements add another success to the career of the “Boricua Superstar” who previously saw in productions of “A Maid in Manhattan,” “Porque El Amor Manda,” “Santa Diabla” and “Captain”. Jeimy Osorio has been breaking schemes and barriers, the first afrolatina on the cover of magazines like Vanity in the last 40 years.