Sheila Carrasco is a professional American film and television actress. She is famous for playing the lead role of Flower CBS television series Ghosts.
She has been worked on more than 20 television series including Outmatched, Johnno and Michael Try, VanLife, Jane the Virgin, etc.
Sheila Carrasco Birth & Early Life
She is from the South Side of Chicago. She studied BFA direction and set design at NYU Tisch School Of The Arts and masters in fine arts from Harvard University and Moscow Art Theatre.
She is half Chilean and half American. She has a brother and sister who are Lt. Colonel in U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Air Force respectively.
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Sheila Carrasco Career
She acted on the screen for the first time in the TV series The Untouchables as a child actor in the year 1993.
She is famous for her roles in The Beauty Inside, Jane The Virgin as Dana Peruzzi, Carrier as Agent Torres, Dark Air, and Outmatched.
She worked in the American sitcom Ghosts tarring Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar in the year 2021.
She played the role of Susan Montero aka Flower in the series.
She has acted in several short films namely Get Lost, #VanLife, The Edge of Sleep, Me and My Grandma, Ralphie, Trophy Wives, Bluebird Street, and more.
She is married to Josh.
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Some Unknown Facts About Sheila Carrasco
- She was born in United States.
- She is a cat lover and had a cat named Geneva.
- She also participated in the protest Black Lives Matter.
- Apart from English, She can speak Spanish and a little Russian.
- She also acted and produced a television series named Marisol in the year 2016.
- She worked as a creator for Más Mejor, Broadway Video’s premium comedy studio powered by Latinx voices.
- She also performed with the Groundlings, American Repertory Theater, Moscow Art Theatre, Steppenwolf Garage, and Chicago’s Court Theatre.
- She wrote and performed in her virtual solo comedy, “Anyone but Me.” Filmed live at L.A.’s Pico Playhouse, “Anyone but Me” was directed by Margaux Susi.