Renée was born and raised in San Jose, CA. She started performing as a child, enrolling in her elementary school talent show at just 4 years old. Growing up, she was described by all as a "bubbly go-getter", with a deep desire to make a difference in the world. She went to a Performing Arts High School, where she excelled in drama, and performed throughout Northern California, even winning awards at various national competitions.
Renee then took Hollywood by storm, appearing as a SAG actor on TV shows such as F/X's Nip/Tuck, Hollywood If You Could, and various hosting spots on Univision and NBC. Renee also co-starred in the TV pilot, Union 415. Her film credits include "Altered Reality", starring opposite Gabriel Jarret, Traci Bingham, Bobby Trendy, and Noah Blake, as well as the theatrically released popular cult flick "Fright Club." Renee can also be seen in a string of independent films including Rivals, Local Boys with Eric Christian Olsen, and the critically acclaimed "Pissed", which have all been released at major film festivals, and are currently available for rental. Renée's numerous commercials include Sprint, Neutrogena, La Tapatia Restaurants, and a national campaign for Axe Body Spray for Men.
In addition to Renee's entertainment prowess, she has enjoyed working steadily in both Production and Casting. She has worked as a Casting Producer for shows on Networks such as FOX, ABC, and MTV to name a few. Additionally, Renee has served as an editor for various cable shows, and worked with Executives to develop new television and film projects.
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More recently, Renee has added "Radio Personality" to her vast resume, hosting a radio show on a wildly popular station. She has been quick to find success, garnering listeners, and solidifying herself as a substantial radio talent.
With an enduring belief in helping others, Renee is also involved in various charitable organizations, such as St. Jude Children's Hospital, and a local domestic violence organization.
If there's anything Renee's life demonstrates, it's that, with a positive attitude and perseverance, anything is possible. As she once told The Mercury News, "I don't see any reason to put restrictions on what we can accomplish. As people, we can decide to believe or not. It is not always easy. Yet, life itself is miraculous. When you look at it like that, it's easy to believe in miracles."