Maite Perroni (Mrs. Guevara)


Maite Perroni is one of the most prominent and successful artists in the Latin World. She has starred in the hottest, most popular "Telenovelas" for over a decade. Maite is also an award winning recording artist, performing sold-out concerts throughout Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Ecuador. Her latest Cd, on the Warner Brothers label, released in September 2014 was an instant success and quickly climbed it's way to #2 on the Billboard 100 charts. 2014 also saw the launch of her own clothing line, known as Coleccion Maite Perroni. She has hosted prestigious awards shows such as the 2015 "Lo Nuestro Awards" and "The 25th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards Ceremony." Through it all, Maite still finds the time to keep in close contact with her fans - which include more than 7.8 million followers on Facebook, more than 4.6 million on Twitter, more than 4.3 million on Instagram, and over 1,100,000 YouTube subscribers.

Maite's TV career began when she starred in the telenovela (soap opera) "Rebelde,". From the show came the musical group RBD, which featured Maite as a lead singer. She helped carry the group to worldwide recognition and acclaim; they won several awards including "Best Group of the Year," "Best album of the Year," "Best Concert," and "Best Song of the Year." RBD has sold over 50 million records and entirely sold venues such as "Estadio Maracaná" in Brazil, Madison Square Garden in New York, L.A. Coliseum, American Airlines Arena in Miami, Estadio Vicente Calderón in Spain, Auditorio Nacional and Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City among others.

Her popularity was cemented in 2008; she was selected by Mexico's youth to became one of the first Latin women to have an iconic Barbie doll fashioned after her. The Maite Perroni Barbie was a success in Mexico, the USA, Latin America, and Spain

Recently, her most recent single, “Bum Bum Dale Dale” with Latin American sensation, Reykon, has accrued over 12 million views on YouTube and its “Bum Bum Dale Dale Challenge” was a viral sensation.

Lonnie Chavis (Tim)


Known for his role on the Emmy Award-Winning NBC drama series THIS IS US, actor Lonnie Chavis stole the hearts of viewers as ‘9-year-old Randall’ the younger version of Emmy Award winning actor, Sterling K. Brown. Opposite Milo Ventimiglia, Chavis earned himself an MTV Movie Award in 2017 for Tearjerker, gaining recognition for his performance in season one’s most notable scenes and as a valuable character on the show. In 2018 Chavis won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Season 3 of THIS IS US premiered on September 25; fans can watch new episodes on Tuesday’s 9/8c only on NBC. 

In 2017 Chavis appeared on the Showtime comedy series WHITE FAMOUS, opposite comedian Jay Pharaoh and produced by Jamie Foxx. In 2018 younger fans were introduced to Chavis as a guest star on the Nickelodeon family-comedy THE THUNDERMANS. 

Chavis joined forces with the Ad Council in 2018 for their Because of You Campaign shining a light on the dangers of bullying in honor of Bullying Prevention Month. Their partnership comes after Chavis released a now viral video of him addressing negative comments left on his social media accounts. Adding weight to his remarks, Chavis received widespread positive feedback from fans and peers alike, exposing the prevalence of the issue in today’s social media landscape and need for the support from strong public voices. 

In spring 2018, Chavis took the WE Day stage for the first time, to encourage students across North America to continue supporting their community through WE Schools fundraising and volunteer initiatives. Since joining the movement, Chavis has spoken to students in five cities including Trinidad and Tobago.  

Chavis resides in Southern California with his parents and three younger brothers. Chavis is represented by Randy James Management, Zuri Model and Talent and Advantage Public Relations.

Miya Cech (Doll)


Breaking into entertainment as a model at just 4 years old, actress Miya Cech most significant role yet was as fan favorite ‘Zu’ in the summer blockbuster film, “The Darkest Minds.” Starring Bradley Whitford, Mandy Moore and Amandla Stenberg, the film, written by Chad Hodge and directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, is an adaptation of the #1 New York Times Best Selling book series of the same title, written by Alexandra Bracken.

The film follows a select group of children who attained superpowers following a worldwide pandemic that wiped out most of the world’s youth. ‘Zu,’ the youngest in the group who gained the power of electricity, chooses to remain mute due to the trauma she experienced during the pandemic. Portraying ‘Zu’ has given Cech the opportunity to explore acting and performance art on a deeper level, learning the importance of nonverbal expression and performing her own stunt work. 

Originally from Northern California, Cech who now resides in Los Angeles, made her television debut in 2015 as a guest star on the CBS action crime drama “Hawaii Five-0,” an experience that prepped her for her burgeoning career. Later that year, Cech guest starred on the Nickelodeon comedy ‘The Thundermans” giving her the opportunity to work with her peers and further sharpen her skills within a new genre. In 2016, she landed a role on season six of the FX horror series “American Horror Story: Roanoke,” followed by the ABC comedy “American Housewife” in which she plays a recurring role on the show as Ali Wong’s daughter.

Cech, who was adopted from Japan as a baby and raised with her three siblings, two of which who were adopted as well, looks forward to shedding light on the domestic and international process of adoption as she continues to grow in her career and gain a voice amongst her increasing fanbase. For Cech, it is important to normalize the topic of adoption, giving children in the adoption system a platform in which they are comfortable discussing their experiences.

As an Asian American in Hollywood, Cech is inspired by industry greats including Jennifer Yuh Nelson and Ali Wong. Striving to be a role model herself, Cech looks forward to carving out her own lane in entertainment and using her new found platform to pay homage to her heritage.  

A lover of animals and the environment, Cech donates her time and voice for the betterment of animals and the importance of urban gardens.

Meet the Cast

Ian Inigo (Dominick)


Ian is an up and coming Latino child star. Able to perform both in English and Spanish has been a major calling card for Ian, as he has recently tested for upcoming projects for both Universal and DreamWorks.

Thaddeus Ek (Riley)


Thaddeus is a prominent commercial and tv actor, starring in shows such as Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Year’s Later, and commercial spots for Doritos and McDonalds. 

Liliana Valenzuela (Mud)


Lilliana is a fixture on the hit CW show, Jane the Virgin, playing the role of “Young Jane”. She will be starring in the upcoming film, Saving Sara Cruz and is currently starring in the hit YouTube show Chicken Girls

Dylin Rodrigo (Smikoski)


Dylin is just getting his start but is a fast rising star. He’s appeared in commercial campaigns for McDonald’s, as well as held the lead in Lion King Jr. and as Sebastian in Little Mermaid Jr.

Meet the Crew


Tony Estrada - Director/Producer

Tony is a director, producer, and youth empowerment speaker based in Los Angeles, CA. He has produced content for clients including CBS, LA County, Niagara Bottling, Mattel, and Phantom Auto. His short film, Bridesman, starring Danny Trejo, is currently being developed as a feature, alongside several other television and film projects under his E squared Entertainment umbrella. His films have screened at festivals nationally, and have earned many awards and recognition including the Santa Barbara Film Festival and the Academy Award Qualifying LA Shortsfest. Tony’s writing has been published in national and international publications, including Elephant Journal, The Advocate and Thought Catalog. ¡Viva la Revolución! will mark Tony’s fourth short film.


Jona Ward - Producer

Jona has produced acclaimed narrative shorts, most recently Bridesman with Tony Estrada. He has produced numerous commercials and narratively-based branded content pieces for clients including HBO’s Insecure, Lyft, Taco Bell, Splenda, Puma, Band-Aid, Microsoft, Verizon, Jameson and the Freeform Network. Most recently, Jona has produced national commercials for Sprint and The National Parks for Roman Coppola’s, The Director’s Bureau. He has produced music videos for artists including Troy Sivane, The 1975,  A Tribe Called Quest, Ariana Grande, the Strokes, and Phoenix. Jona’s producorial work has accumulated several billion views on YouTube.


Michael Nicklin - Consulting Producer

Michael is an entrepreneur and founder of Vortexian Media, whose mission is to produce content that will further constructive social evolution. He has produced short films, an award-winning music video, lifestyle television programming, industrial and promotional content, segment produced for several network and syndicated television shows on which he appeared as a consumer lifestyle contributor, and has produced more than 100 live events. As a SAG-AFTRA franchised agency owner in Northern California and Beverly Hills, Nicklin represented more than 200 actors. Most recently, he served as a talent manager for 30+ actors before choosing to focus his efforts exclusively on development and production. 

Ryan Williams - Writer

Rc Williams had his first stage play, Where There's a Will There's..., published in 2010 by JACneed publishing. He graduated Cum Laude from Brooks Institute with a BA in feature film production in 2009. In 2015 he returned to school in the Screenwriting MFA program at Chapman University where he wrote the short film Radio Silence which premiered at San Diego Comic-Con’s International Film Festival. Rc has served as an advisor and co-writer several short films as well as feature scripts. Currently, he is developing a spec pilot and completing a polish on the feature script of Bridesman.