ABOUT

Actress Stephanie Cayo born in Lima, Perú on April 8, 1988 captured audiences' hearts at age 9 with her role in Travesuras del Corazón. She later appeared as a primary character in several tv series, particularly gaining international exposure playing the main female character in the internationally-broadcast Besos Robados. Still very young he moved to NYC by her serlf to study acting and dancing in schools such as The Actors Studio, The New York film Academy and The Broadway Dance Center. She calls this time in her life as “one of the most important stages in my life, discovering my self and art"

At the age of 18 she moved to Colombia following a successful career as an actress with Tv series such as El Secretario and The Hypochondriac which launched her career gaining many recognitions for her work and important awards such as the India Catalina for Best Female Actress in a Tv show for her work in El Secretario, In 2012.

She pursued dancing as well as musical theater from early years. In 2012, while finishing shooting El Secretario, landed the lead role of Roxie Hart in the famous musical Chicago in Colombia with more than 1,500 spectators a night per 3 months straight.

 

Recent Projects

She is currently starring as Mary Luz, a naive, but surprisingly savvy young woman, who gets pregnant from the now dead owner of the Mexican soccer team, staying completely unprotected from Isabel and Chava, the actual owners of the soccer team and most important of the family heritage.

Club de Cuervos, a Mexican dramedy – Netflix’s first Spanish-language original series– chronicles the inner workings of a wealthy family that owns a beloved but struggling soccer team.

Yucatán - A Daniel Monzón film. Her first movie out this summer 2018 

Stephanie Cristina Cayo Sanguineti (born 8 April) is a Peruvian actress, singer, songwriter and model.

 

Music Career

She started singing and writing songs at early years in her Family School Dance Studio an Art School that focuses in Dance, music, and acting for Young talents.

In 2011, she released her first music album Llegaré, with Colombian producer Jose Gaviria.

 

In April 15, 2016 She released her first single in English called Let Me Go, a collaboration with Sebastian Llosa and produced by Renzo Bravvo and Raúl Chirinos. Recorded at INTERSCOPE Studios In Los Angeles, California. The song is available worldwide in different platforms such as Itunes, Spotify, Deezer, Guvera, Youtube

The official video will be out at the end of April 2016.