Louriza Tronco

Louriza Tronco plays the character of Grace in Spiral.

Raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Louriza Tronco is a talent that excites the industry and audiences alike. Combining her spitfire nature and stunning beauty, the actor already had star quality at a very young age. At the age of seven, she landed her very first role as a mouse in The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s ‘The Nutcracker‘. She continued to attend public school while auditioning for local theatre productions. Theatre credits include Rainbowstage’s productions of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’, ‘The King & I‘ and ‘The Wizard of Oz‘. After falling in love with the stage, she started to have an interest in film. Juggling dance competitions, school plays, and her part-time jobs, she always made time to hit the books. At the age of 17, she graduated from high school and packed her bags to attend The Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. While attending college six days a week, she pushed herself to commute from Victoria to Vancouver for auditions. Completing the two year program, Louriza moved to Vancouver to pursue her career full-time.

Louriza got her first break while attending college with a guest appearance on The CW’s “Cult” in 2013. Right after graduating, she landed the role of Yuki in Disney Channel’s TV movie Zapped, alongside Zendaya Coleman. Louriza can also be seen in TV movies My Boyfriend’s Dog and in My Life as a Dead Girl  and Fox’s feature Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb, in the role of Andrea. Her most memorable role is the role of Jodi Mapa in Tommy Lynch’s Nickelodeon series Make It Pop. Utilizing all aspects of singing, dancing and acting for the camera- it is her dream job. Louriza is very excited to be apart of Spiral. “This dynamic cast has been such a joy to work with and I can’t wait for everyone to see the story that I fell in love with and the character Grace, I had the pleasure of playing”.

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