Aimee Garcia is an award-winning actress, currently starring on the hugely popular series Lucifer, which recently moved to Netflix for its fourth season earlier this year. She previously appeared on Showtime’s hit Dexter as “Jamie Batista,” for which she received a SAG Award nomination. Her other TV credits include Trauma and The George Lopez Show, a role that earned her an Impact and Alma Award. In film, Aimee starred in RoboCop, opposite Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton. She most recently starred as the female lead in the Mexican superhero movie, El Chicano, produced by Lorenzo DiBonaventura which hit theatres in May 2019 and will co-star in MGM’s upcoming animated The Addams Family film alongside Charlize Theron, Oscar Issac and Chloe Grace Moretz. Currently, Aimee is writing an original graphic novel with AJ Mendez (published by IDW), a Latino Family comedy, and a horror movie.
When she’s not shooting, Aimee works with MOSTE, a non-profit organization which mentors girls from underserved communities & the National Hispanic Foundation of the Arts, which fosters emerging Latino talent in TV and Film.
Aimee graduated from Northwestern University’s prestigious Medill journalism school, while also majoring in Economics and French. Her Instagram has 1M followers and her Facebook and Twitter have more than 200k combined.