Andrea is a Los Angeles born and raised Singer and Actress. She first started singing in her parents' car around the age of three along to Bruce Springsteen's greatest hits album. A huge stepping stone in her early career was being cast in the Spanish television show Estrellitas Del Sabado on Estrella TV when she was twelve. There she got to sing 'Me Muero' by La Quinta Estación in front of notable Mexican Actors and a live studio audience. She also sang in multiple choir and talent shows in her church and school. When she was 16 she got to play Audrey in her high school's production of Little Shop of Horrors. That sparked an undying love for Musical Theatre and Acting. She went on to pursue her career further and studied at AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Hollywood. During that time she performed roles such as Mira in the Theory of Relativity, Maureen in Hurray for the USO, and The Mistress in Evita. After graduating she has had the pleasure of being a main stage performer with Disney Cruise Line. Andrea hopes to inspire younger generations of artists to pursue their careers in the performing arts regardless of their backgrounds. She believes art is essential in the development of the mind, body, and soul and hopes that one day art classes will be as important as math and English classes in schools. Some of her influences include Linda Ronstadt, Audrey Hepburn, Laura Benanti, Patti Lupone, and Kelli O'Hara.
"Art is for healing ourselves, and everybody needs their own personal art to heal up their problems." -Linda Ronstadt