Oh! How did all that happen?

It all started with a community theatre production of Peter Cottontail where I played Parsley, Peter's second youngest bunny sibling. I was seven years old and had a bright yellow fleece onesie. On opening night I forgot the first of my three lines- "But where is Peter, Mama?" I was such an amateur. Emblazoned by the spirit of Parsnip­, my career launched forward, going on to champion roles like Rumplestiltskin, Mowgli, and Stuart Little. I played an excellent boy/mouse-boy back in the day.
 
Neat. What do you do now? 
My love for performing has grown since the onesie days, along with a number of other passions. I graduated May 2017 from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Screen Arts and Cultures, where I learned to write, direct, act and edit for TV, movies, and sketch comedy. Now I'm out here in Los Angeles, California, scrappy and ready for adventure. Since moving here I've been in a number of commercials, short films, and am currently working on my next project.

You are so cool! Tell me more.
I like to be kept busy. Here are some of my favorite things that I've done in the past few years: tour the country via the festival circuit with my short film "Anna Garcia Does a One Woman Play," serve as an acting apprentice at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, get on a UCB house team, work with Tim & Eric, who directed the Duracell commercial I starred in, and learn how to cook on a stove. I just released my latest project, "The Pembrook Brothers", which is a half animated/half live action comedic series.

Hey there! I'm Anna Garcia, a writer, actor, and comedian.

Hey there! I'm Anna Garcia, a writer, actor, and comedian.

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