Written by Sanchez, the female-centric comedy follows four best friends — known back in high school as the Fab Four — as they reunite for an action-packed staycation in Puerto Rico.
Isabelle will play Soledad Vega, a free-spirited and charismatic yoga studio owner who is full of surprises and lives an uncompromising life. Having taken the workshop of the infamous Bikram Choudhury in Mexico, Sol never will understand why she did that master’s in literature with English studies. In her personal life, the character is known as the loving mom to a teenager who happens to look more like her little brother than her son.
Diario is produced by Broken English Prods, with the Latinx company’s sister sales division, Grandave International, looking to present the comedy at EFM. Broken English forms part of entertainment finance company Grandave Capital, launched by film financier Preschutti last year, which has boarded projects as a third-party equity investor while investing in its fledgling Latinx production arm.
Isabelle next will be seen starring in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of West Side Story this December.
The actress is represented by Paradigm Talent Agency, the Initiative Group and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.
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