A talent on the rise and a stunning Cuban beauty, audiences may recognize newcomer Arlyn Broche
for her breakout role in this season of HBO’s
” starring alongside Dwayne Johnson
and Andy Garcia
as ‘Tonya’ airing Sunday’s at 10:00pm. Coming off her role on CBS’ “The Inspectors” with Jessica Lundy and Terry Serpico, Arlyn certainly has an undeniably bright future ahead of her and we would love to arrange an interview to discuss her current as well as exciting upcoming projects and unusual story proving that with hard work you can truly fulfill your destiny!
Born as the daughter of Cuban immigrants, the Miami native had acting in her
blood, quite literally. Her father was a very successful television, film and commercial actor in Cuba. Unfortunately, for political reasons the family had to flee the country in the Mariel boatlift with Arlyn’s two older siblings. A gifted and creative child, she caught the acting bug in the 2nd
grade, performing at an adult level as ‘Juliet’ in Shakespeare’s classic play Romeo & Juliet
. She attended Florida International University to major in business. One thing led to another and she decided to change her major to healthcare administration, but after some time of working in the field felt she wasn’t following her true passion and landed in FIU’s journalism program to pursue a career as an on-camera talent and then on to the school’s renowned theatre department where she was taking classes in voice, movement and stage craft. The rest is history!
Taking her talents to the big screen, she is currently working on 2 film projects. One, filming in Florida, an indie film FALLAWAY, following five separate story lines focusing on the frantic manhunt for a brutal serial killer, playing ‘Sheriff Deputy Hendricks.’ Additionally, Arlyn was cast as the lead in a new horror, thriller film MARY, playing ‘Mary,’ a young beautiful girl who was full of faith and in love until one gruesome night changed everything.
When she isn’t on set or at an audition, Arlyn loves spending time with her husband and three young children.