Alba Ponce de León is a graduate of William Esper Studio where she studied Meisner Technique in the Acting Conservatory under renowned professor, Bill Esper. She also studied Improv and Sketch comedy at UCB Theatre NY under numerous outstanding comics and writers such as Zach Woods, Charlie Todd, DC Pierson and Dominic Dierkes.
In 2014 Alba starred in the short film, The Clean Up, written and directed by Jesse Allen, which was named a Finalist in the National Short Film Competition at the USA Film Festival and received the the Jury Award for Live Action Short Film at Provincetown Film Festival. The film was also an Official Selection of the Hamptons International Film Festival, Hollywood Film Festival, New Hampshire Film Fesitival, Mill Valley Film Festival, Oaxaca FilmFest, Montreal Festival des Films du Monde, LA Shorts Fest, and Nantucket Film Festival.
This fall, Alba completed her work on the independent series, Gray Ground, directed by Jess Dunn.
In addition to screen acting, Alba also appeared in the documentary Charles Bradley: Soul of America (2012). Recently, she participated in the making of the short documentary by the Resistance Revival Chorus about the history of protest music directed by Paola Mendoza.
To book Alba for Commercial work contact Atlas Talent.
For all other bookings use the Contact page.
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A FEW LIL 🎬 SNIPPETS...
THE CLEAN UP, "Alejandra"
Written and Directed by Jesse Allen
*Finalist National Short Film Competition USA Film Festival*
*Jury Award for Live Action Short Film at Provincetown Film Festival*
*Official Selection* Hamptons International Film Festival * Hollywood Film Festival * New Hampshire Film Festival * Mill Valley Film Festival * Oaxaca FilmFest * Montreal Festival des Films du Monde * LA Shorts Fest * Nantucket Film Festival *
SKIP ROCKS, "Nurse"
Written & Directed by Brendon McQueen
*Winner of the 2009 Reach Film Fellowship*
RECIPES FOR DISASTER, "Maria"
PSAs for AdCouncil & USDA
WE ARE NEW YORK, "Isabel"
Episode "The Storm", Dir. Todd Broder
KOPO, THE ACTION DOG, "Mom"
Director John Rosenblatt