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Abimael Acosta commented on Contact 2016-03-30 11:31:50 -0700Hi:
I hope you’re fine. We are looking for a black Hispanic Spanish speaking actor between 21 and early 30 years old for a Spanish speaking sitcom. Please send resume, headshot and demo reel. Attached here a link to the trailer of the sitcom. Is important that the actor speaks perfect Spanish. We prefer a Cuban actor but it could be any black Spanish speaking actor. This show will be shot in Los Angeles, CA.
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Abimael Acosta commented on Submit your work 2017-06-14 13:01:12 -0700What happens when you put together in an apartment an Argentine , two Puerto Ricans , a Mexican , a Venezuelan and a Colombian and apart from that all are actors ? " Rent boys " may be the answer to this question .
Rent Boys is a webseries written and produced by Puerto Rican writer, Abimael Acosta and Puerto Rican actor Omar Miranda , who is also one of the protagonists. This hilarious comedy features an international cast that includes actors from Argentina , Venezuela , Colombia , Mexico , Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.
Abimael was born in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico on April 3rd. Since he was a child he was interested in the arts. Acosta studied Theater and TV and Radio Production at the University of Puerto Rico. Abimael started his career as an actor in theater and TV but later decided to be a writer. His credits as a writer for TV include: "Flores de la Noche", "Amores como todos los demas", "Que Candela de Pueblito", "Un Angel de Hojalata", "El Regalo", "Los Vecinos", "Solteros Siempre", "Se caen de La Matta", and "La Vida es un Carnaval". He also has written for radio; "La familia sin igual" and "Risas a lo loco". Acosta also has directed for tv: "Primera Llamada" and "Eso no viene na". In theather he wrote "Los Invisibles", "Mama apaga la plancha", "Hercules", "El Jorobado de Notre Dame", "Quien puede mas", "Pedrito; "El regreso del Mesias", "La Verdadera Historia de Peter Cuchilla", among others. Acosta also has worked in films as actor’s director in "Dona Ana", and director, writer and producer in "Muerte en el Paraiso"and "Jephta". In 2011 Abimael moved to Los Angeles to start his career as writer and director in Hollywood. In 2013 Acosta published his first novel "Wizards" and is working in his new film "Fachada". At this moment Acosta works as writer, actor and director in Los Angeles and Puerto Rico as well.