Tania Serrano is a Spanish actress, born in Switzerland and that is now residing in Los Angeles California. She has always been drawn to the world of acting, performing roles in Spanish, English and French. Training for Tania Serrano began at the age of 13, when she was invited to join the “Punto y Aparte” Theater company in Madrid. Tania Serrano seized the opportunity to perform numerous plays and was eventually awarded First Prize in the third annual Interpretation Festival for live theater in Nuevo Baztán for her performance in “Thanks Grandma” by Sebastián Junyent. She moved to Malaga in 2007 after being accepted to “The School of Superior Dramatic Arts”, where many greats actors such as Antonio Banderas had studied before her. During her time at the University, Tania performed many well known plays and toured around Spain performing, “Assemblywomen” by Aristophanes. After obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree, she moved back to Madrid to finish her Masters in Acting for Film at the prestigious, “Central De Cine”, under the Direction of Eva Lesmes, receiving coaching and instruction by Maria Ripoll among many others. Tania Serrano landed principal roles of Spanish commercials and performed in some very popular TV Shows like “Amar Es Para Siempre” and “La Que Se Avecina”. Tania decided to move to Los Angeles California in 2014 after being awarded a Talent based Scholarship to study at The New York Film Academy of Los Angeles where she now lives, works professionally.