Like so many immigrants before him, Brazilian Guile Branco sought a better life in America. But once he arrived in the U.S., he discovered the hard realities of being a stranger in a strange land. Nevertheless, a stern dedication to succeed saw him through, and now Guile is living his American dream. Guile's story begins in Brazil, when he began taking acting classes and dreaming about moving to the United States to pursue a career in Hollywood. In the pursuit of his dreams, he dropped out of law school at eighteen and became a working actor soon after. He studied under Brazil's well known "Coffin Joe" Jose Mojica Marins, and his resume soon boasted soap opera appearances and countless theater performances. After visiting New York when he was 18 years old, Guile decided that his move to the U.S. could not wait any longer. Arriving in New York a few years later, with two hundred dollars in his pocket, he encountered all of the numerous obstacles that every actor knows very well. But he faced his problems, determined to build the life he wanted for himself. Eventually he was cast in several independent films and Off-Broadway plays. After five years in New York, he moved to Los Angeles to further focus on his acting career. Guile became an American citizen in 2011. He is now well established in Los Angeles as a versatile, cooperative team player.; with roles in several more independent films, television pilots, his dreams are finally becoming his reality.
- Kléber Peixoto
- Steven Jackson(uncredited)
- Rick Meyerowitz(uncredited)
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