Virginia Bright

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2013 Nominee – Female Pop Artist of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards

Hollywood Black Film Festival Audience Choice winning Award 2013, Los Angeles Music Awards Pop Female Of The Year Nomination, Grammy & NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers) Life Time Member, international artist , Virginia Bright, over the past 15 years has been seen in Spanish, UK and European music, television and film productions. Her debut, album “Coz You Are” due for it´s release this year, will be filled with danceable, African Rumba, pop Latin inspired rhythms with a soulful touch, promise to be shaking the dance floors. In 2007, her first release “Don´t you Cry la vida es un carnival” got her huge accolades and singing out of radio throughout the Spanish and non-Spanish-speaking world opening for King of Latin Urban Music “Don Omar” at the Brixton Academy in London. Bright makes a collaboration with Latin Grammy Winning Composer, “Victor Daniel” for her “Don’t´You Cry La Vida es Un Carnaval” received. Sponsorship in her promotional tour from companies like Sketchers and MTV.
Virginia Bright, the founder and owner of her own production company, “Virginia Bright Entertainment “ for music and film/ TV with office in Spain and base in US, Los Angeles. She is a multi-faceted highly disciplined achiever who makes things happens. She believes that by being passionate, disciplined, driven, standing for integrity, and hard work one can accomplish anything and her history proves it.
Virginia Bright is one of the first Spanish leading actresses originally from Spain, she is a singer – producer who also directs. Her career started at the early age of eight. Enrolled in 1993 at the “Cristina Rota’s” drama school in Madrid, three years under her undergraduate studies while combining her acting jobs on Spanish TV, decided to move to England (London)

Virginia Bright, comes from a background were her mother always tough her about her civil rights as a human citizen, her mother Quety Munilla, President of U.N.E.S.C.O for the Alcala De Henares town, a peace activist she’s been all of her life, in her children upbringings, she always had Martin Luther King and Mahatma Ghandi’s teachings very present, a great Positive influence in Virginia´s education.
Virginia, have worked with top directors and having lead a TV series with top artists from the country, she believed that she really had made a break through, but sadly enough, reality was far from it, told by executives in the entertainment industry there wa