Felisa Lou

Felisa Lou



Felisa Lou is an award-winning actor and producer. She was born in Los Angeles, California in 1982. She is the daughter of a Mexican immigrant father and a Salvadoran mother. She is the youngest of three siblings.

Growing up, Felisa was a bright and driven student. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles where she earned a degree in Business. During her studies, Felisa began to explore her passion for acting. She took classes in improvisation, scene study and playwriting.

In 2010, Felisa made her debut in the independent feature film, “The Longest Hour.” She starred as the female lead in the film which earned her rave reviews and a nomination for Best Actress in a Feature Film at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

In 2012, Felisa produced her first feature film, “The Power of Perception.” The film was met with critical acclaim and earned her the Breakthrough Producer of the Year Award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Since then, Felisa has gone on to produce and star in several feature films, shorts, and web series. She has been recognized for her work in 2017 with the Women in Film Award at the Women In Film & Television Awards.

In addition to acting and producing, Felisa is actively involved in philanthropy. She is a board member of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers, and she is a mentor for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

Felisa is an inspiration to many, and she is an example of what can be accomplished through hard work and dedication. She is a true testament of the power of perseverance. With her passion and determination, she is certain to continue to have a positive impact on the entertainment world.

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