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Fayna Sanchez is an award winning actor and producer. Born in the Canary Islands, Fayna [pronounced "fine-ah"] immigrated to the US when she was a child. This bi-lingual actress is classically trained and started her career in the theaters of New York City, working with Manhattan Repertory, The Flea Theatre Company, and others.


Some of her favorite LA credits include: Hulu's "Dollface", "Angie Tribeca" on TBS, and as a recurring guest star on AMC Shudder’s "Creepshow", opposite Kiefer Sutherland, Joey King, and the legendary Mark Hamil. Fayna also voices characters on SONY Crunchyroll's "Onyx Equinox", Lonely Spectre's "It Listens From The Radio", and as horror host Nocturna from "Tales from the Dead of Night". On stage she's had the pleasure of performing in Jen Silverman's feminist fury, "Collective Rage: A Play In 5 Boops" at The Theatre @ Boston Court, "So Um Thank You" for Center Theatre Group, and as Veronica in Stephen Adly Guirgis' "The Motherfucker With The Hat" for The Hollywood Fringe Festival which earned a nomination for "Top Of The Fringe", and a win for "Best Ensemble Theatre" & "Pick Of The Fringe".

Most recently Fayna acted in early development on a confidential big budget genre project from the creative and production teams behind recent Star Wars films, The Matrix and more. She also recently wrapped filming on her first feature starring role as Mia in "House of Ashes", directed by Izzy Lee. This is her 4th leading feature role since 2023. "After Life Crisis" - a dark comedy shot in New Orleans; "Driver Ed" - psychological thriller set in Los Angeles directed by Infinity Chamber’s Travis Milloy; and "Tenants" - a horror anthology by Buz Wallick, will all be coming out in 2024! Keep an eye on this one folks, she's going places! 




"To grasp the full significance of life is the actor's duty, to interpret it is the problem, and to express it is the dedication."

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