With strikingly good looks and an infectious personality, Latin beauty Jacqueline Piñol has had a successful career in Hollywood as an on screen and voiceover actor, currently starring on Fox’s “Bordertown,” (Sunday’s at 9:30/8:30c) the newest animated series from comedic genius Seth MacFarlane alongside an outstanding cast which includes Hank Azaria, Missi Pyle, Judah Friedlander and Alex Borstein. Shockingly on the show Piñol is the voice of ‘Pepito,’ a rambunctious 5-year-old boy whose curiosity gets him into trouble with nearly everyone in the neighborhood. Additionally, audiences will see a completely different side of her as the in-control, veteran detective ‘Julie Espinose’ in the highly anticipated Season 2 of Amazon’s “Bosch,” premiering later this year. To watch a preview of “Bordertown” click here:http://www.fox.com/watch/443369539749/7765855488
The half Colombian, half Guatemalan knockout was born in Queens and moved to LosAngeles at a young age with her parents and 2 sisters. A determined child, Piñol always knew she wanted to be an actress. While attending Beverly Hills High School, she was busy early on with commercial jobs and landed her first television role as Ricky Martin’s younger sister on “General Hospital.” She went on to attend college at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and continued to pursue her dreams. Her resume grew quickly, landing major roles on popular shows including “Ponderosa,” “Resurrection Blvd,” “CSI: New York,” “Lincoln Heights” and many more. A woman that can do it all, Piñol has also excelled as a voiceover actress in feature films such as BRIDE WARS (Anne Hathaway & Kate Hudson) and in some of the most popular video games including “Transformers: The Game,” “Unchartered 3” and most recently “Quantum Break,” which comes out April 2016. Not just a multifaceted actress, Jacqueline is a jack of all trades in her personal life. Most don’t know that Piñol fluently speaks 4 languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian. She is also a passionate animal advocate and works with various charities throughout the states and is currently working on a documentary about saving abandoned animals across the country. As if that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, Piñol is also expecting her first child in 2016.
With back-to-back projects in 2016, we would love to arrange an interview with you and Jacqueline to discuss the premiere season of “Bordertown” and her role in “Bosch.” We can be reached at AGPR@andersongrouppr.com to arrange and look forward to hearing from you.