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Tomas Sanchez’s The Lost Pueblo Opens January 2016 with Up and Coming Talent, Carlie Grace in a Lead

Carlie Grace has been cast as one of the leads in Tomas Sanchez’s The Lost Pueblo.  The movie is slated for release in January 2016.

Ten-year-old Carlie Grace ( has been extremely busy since deciding to join her older sister in acting four years ago.  Since beginning her career at the ripe “old” age of seven, Grace has been cast in countless ads and even three movies: City Life (2015), and The March of Freedom ‘1963’ (2015), and her latest role is that of Gabriella in the movie, The Lost Pueblo.  The story is about two friends, Tomas and Calvin, who decide to visit the future site of a casino that is being built over the site of an old Spanish Mission that had been burnt down by the Pueblo’s in the area.  The movie is focused around the story of the “Forgotten Saint” who haunts the grounds and the mysteries the children uncover there.  Grace plays the daughter of Tomas, and has a vital role in this movie about a supernatural war going across time.  Grace has received accolades from both her costars and the director and is extremely excite about the role and it potentially being released in her hometown of Aurora Colorado.

“I can’t believe I have been given this opportunity,” explains Grace.  “I always wanted to be an actress and have the ability to dress up and play for a living.  It wasn’t until I saw my sister doing it that I had the courage to ask my parents to let me try.  I’m grateful to Mister Sanchez for this opportunity and I hope that I haven’t let anyone down.”

Grace and her sister, Hanna Longo, have been acting for several years now, commuting back and forth from Denver to Los Angeles.  Recently the fruits of their labors have been paying off in larger and larger roles.  Last year alone the family had 18 round trips between the two states, but the family keeps rolling along.  “It’s what they want to do,” says Lilibeth Bagarinao “and we see how much heart they put into it so naturally we want to support them.”

Carlie Grace has also appeared in several commercials and music videos, including one where she was able to work with her idol Pharrel Williams, and wants to continue to explore all types of acting and performance opportunities.  The Lost Pueblo releases in January 2016

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