BULL - CBS SERIES
as Judge Raines
Episode airdate: Feb 3, 2020
SEASON 4, EPISODE 13 CHILD OF MINE
Bull and Benny represent a couple being sued by their baby's biological father for custody after a fertility clinic mistakenly used the wrong man's sample. As family court cases are solely decided by a judge, Bull and Benny worry about their best strategy at trial without a jury for TAC to analyze.
Indie Series Awards Nomination for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy category.
For Life (ABC) episode 8
Judge Bertha Hermosillo
Premiere: February 11, 2020
Starred as Celia, the Communist Cuban matriarch
in Dreaming in Cuban
by Cristina Garcia
adapted by Cristina CQ Quintana
music by Ibeyi
A multigenerational story about the women in the Del Pino family who are bitterly divided over the Cuban revolution .
HENRY AWARD WINNER
OUTSTANDING ACTRESS IN A PLAY
AS OFELIA -
ANNA IN THE TROPICS
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center 2019
Co-starred with Ryan Egghold and Jocko Sims as' Dr. Kleinman' on the NBC series New Amsterdam in its finale episode. (Season 1, Episode 9) SPRING 2019
Co-starred with Tony Plana
In the world premiere reading of
' Don't Eat The Mangos written by Ricardo Perez
at the Cherry Lane Theatre
produced by the Sol Project. Oct, 2017
Left to Right: Vanessa Aspillaga, Tony Plana, Elise Santora, Ricardo Perez (playwright), David Mendizabal (director), Annie Henk and Sol Crespo
HENRY AWARD NOMINEE
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRES IN A PLAY
as Mrs. Alexander
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Pictured here with star Dana Delaney on set of new CBS series The Code, premiering this Spring (2019) in the role of diplomat 'Marta Huerta'.
Premiere of the play Scissoring by Cristina Quintana in the role of Eleanor Roosevelt at IntarTheatre, May 2018.
Left to right: Marie Louise Guinier, Vanessa R. Butler, Elise Santora
"...the aristocratic Eleanor (Elise Santora). The former first lady knows how to be unapologetically selfish — and compartmentalize like a pro.
- New York Times
"...The instant chemistry between Guinier and Santora, including their witty banter and wacky characterizations, steals the show—the two are a joy to watch in every scene they're in."
- Theatre is Easy