Caro Zeller is a well-known actor in Los Angeles whose recent work includes a leading role in Adelina Anthony’s, “Bruising for Besos”, a feature film written for the Sundance Writer’s Lab with an expected release in 2016. She was also featured opposite the recent best actor Academy Award Winner JK Simmons in the Farmers Insurance “Bear” commercial. After graduating from Florida International University with a BFA in Acting, Caro joined a group of 10 actors in the inaugural University of Southern California MFA Acting class, headed by Andrew Robinson, Natsuko Ohama, David Bridel and Charlotte Cornwell. While at USC, Caro learned Film technique from Andre Belgrader and Gary Perez, and she continues to expand her repertoire working in film, commercials and theatre. Film Credits include Bruising for Besos, Over the Moon, Kiss Me, Crime School, The Wallet, and Dr. Reasons Web series. Theatre productions include “American Night: the Ballad of Juan Jose” “Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo” “ Blood Wedding” “Romeo and Juliet” “Midsummer Nights Dream” “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” “Anatomy of Gazellas” “Focus Group Play” and “Scar Tissue,” among many more. Inspired by her native Puerto Rico and motivated by her artistic heroes to give transformational performances, Caro has made her way in LA and beyond as a unique voice in the theatre community. Caro was also part of the 2014 National Tour of Placas that was produced at the LATC and Off-Broadway at Pregones/Travelling Puerto Rican Theatre in New York City.