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Renata Eastlick

 
Birth Place:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Bio:
Renata Eastlick is a multilingual Brazilian-American actor and voiceover artist. She is best known for voicing ‘Caveira’ in the critically acclaimed UBISOFT video games Rainbow Six: Siege and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Upon receiving her BFA from the University of Florida’s New World School of ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Bio:
Renata Eastlick is a multilingual Brazilian-American actor and voiceover artist. She is best known for voicing ‘Caveira’ in the critically acclaimed UBISOFT video games Rainbow Six: Siege and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Upon receiving her BFA from the University of Florida’s New World School of ... (read complete bio)

 

Renata Eastlick Biography

Renata Eastlick is a multilingual Brazilian-American actor and voiceover artist. She is best known for voicing ‘Caveira’ in the critically acclaimed UBISOFT video games Rainbow Six: Siege and Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

Upon receiving her BFA from the University of Florida’s New World School of the Arts in Miami, FL, Renata has worked extensively in theatre, voiceover, film, television, and commercials.

As an actor, Renata has worked both nationally and internationally, using her Portuguese, Spanish, and English language skills. Particularly in the area of acting in commercials, which she loves! Renata has done work in various on-camera and voiceover spots for companies such as Macy's, Verizon, IKEA, Pollo Tropical, Google, Carib Lager, Walmart, Hamilton Beach, and McDonald's.

As a teaching artist, Renata has taught several workshops for actors at regional theaters and universities. She firmly believes in helping actors unlock their confidence and grounding on stage and behind the camera. Her passion is to encourage the freedom to have fun, be yourself fearlessly, and tell the story from a place of honesty and ease. During her spare time, she enjoys working on visual illustrations, cooking, and having a good cup of coffee.

Some of her theatrical credits include, Off-Broadway: For Colored Girls... (The Public NYC) Regional: Dream Hou$e (Long Wharf Theatre and Baltimore Center Stage), Apologies to Lorraine Hansberry (You Too, August Wilson) (Orlando Shakes), 7 Deadly Sins (Miami New Drama - 2021 Drama League Award Winner), The Nutcracker: A Magical New Play (The House Theatre of Chicago), Ruined; In the Next Room (Gablestage), Eclipsed (Women’s Theatre Project), Good People; Mamma Mia; Two Trains Running (American Stage), The Royale (Hippodrome Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Oldcastle Theatre Company), Pipeline (Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe), In the Heights; Hairspray (Actors' Playhouse), The Rocky Horror Show; Xanadu; Kiss of the Spider Woman (Slow Burn Theatre Company) among others.

Film credits: God’s Waiting Room (Tribeca Film Festival 2021 Official Selection); Tournament of Champions (CGI short)

TV credits: “Burn Notice,” “Mad Dogs,” “Magic City.”

Renata is also a two-time Carbonell Award Nominee, a Theatre Tampa Bay and Silver Palm Award recipient, and a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and the Actors’ Equity Association.

For a full list of credits and for more information on Renata, visit www.renataeastlick.com





Renata Eastlick News

BWW Review: Awash in Ideas and Fun: DREAM HOU$E at Baltimore Center Stage Photo BWW Review: Awash in Ideas and Fun: DREAM HOU$E at Baltimore Center Stage
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Apr 29, 2022

Dream Hou$e is awash in ideas, about Latinx identity, about generational wealth transfers, about gentrification, about memory versus history, about personal authenticity, about priorities, about the inherent value of things, about the TV biz, etc., etc., etc. You wouldn’t expect a package of all these things to be tied up neatly in a 90-minute performance, and it’s not. But still, this mishmash is undeniably exciting to experience, and I, along with much of the audience, walked out with a definite buzz on. The kind of buzz you get when you’ve just experienced something exciting and new.

BWW Review: DREAM HOU$E at Long Wharf Theatre Photo BWW Review: DREAM HOU$E at Long Wharf Theatre
by Brooks Appelbaum - Mar 26, 2022

Long Wharf Theatre Presents The World Premiere Production Of DREAM HOU$E Photo Long Wharf Theatre Presents The World Premiere Production Of DREAM HOU$E
by Stephi Wild - Feb 17, 2022

Long Wharf Theatre has announced the complete cast and creative team for Dream Hou$e co-produced by Alliance Theatre and Baltimore Center Stage. Written by Eliana Pipes (Unf*ckwithable) and directed by Laurie Woolery (As You Like It), Dream Hou$e begins performances on Tuesday, March 15th for a limited run through Sunday, April 3rd, 2022.  

Courtney Bassett, Stephen Bogardus, Sommer Carbuccia & More Join 33rd Annual  FESTIVA Photo Courtney Bassett, Stephen Bogardus, Sommer Carbuccia & More Join 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2021

National Alliance for Musical Theatre has announced this year’s casting for the performances of Little Duende, Māyā, Private Gomer Jones, and TL;DR featured in the 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS. This year’s festival will be held on Thursday, October 21 and Friday, October 22, 2021 and will be presented as a digital and in-person hybrid.

Judy Kuhn, Zachary Noah Piser & More to be Featured in NAMT's 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF Photo Judy Kuhn, Zachary Noah Piser & More to be Featured in NAMT's 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2021

National Alliance for Musical Theatre has announced this year’s casting for the performances of AZUL, Fanny & Stella, Missing Peace and Senior Class featured in the 33rd Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS (remaining casting to be announced).

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Presents PIPELINE Photo Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Presents PIPELINE
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 29, 2021

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe will be back onstage – albeit with a limited cast and for the purpose of filming rather than presenting live – for the pandemic-delayed production of Dominique Morisseau’s noted work, “Pipeline.” WBTT is currently rehearsing the show, which it will film, present during one week of outdoor screenings.

Miami New Drama's 7 DEADLY SINS Extended for the Second Time Photo Miami New Drama's 7 DEADLY SINS Extended for the Second Time
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2021

Miami New Drama has announced a second extension for their critically acclaimed production of 7 Deadly Sins: Temptation in the Magic City. The innovative, site-specific and socially distanced theatrical event, performed in seven vacant storefronts along Miami Beach’s historic Lincoln Road, will now play through Sunday, January 31. 

Cast, Creative Team and Production Dates Announced for Miami New Drama's SEVEN DEADLY Photo Cast, Creative Team and Production Dates Announced for Miami New Drama's SEVEN DEADLY SINS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 20, 2020

Miami New Drama has announced casting, creative team and production dates for Seven Deadly Sins: Temptation in the Magic City, an innovative, site-specific event which will be presented from November 27 through January 3 in seven vacant storefronts along Miami Beach's historic Lincoln Road. Opening night is Saturday, December 5.

BWW Review: LETTERS TO KAMALA Challenges Racial Divide at American Stage Photo BWW Review: LETTERS TO KAMALA Challenges Racial Divide at American Stage
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Nov 6, 2020

Commissioned by the theatre, the play posed the question, 'how do you mend a country with a broken heart?'

BWW Review: Party Like It's 1999 with American Stage in the Park's Joyous MAMMA MIA Photo BWW Review: Party Like It's 1999 with American Stage in the Park's Joyous MAMMA MIA
by Peter Nason - Apr 14, 2019

Peppered with infectious Abba songs, it's like bubblegum for the soul.