Angel Fajardo

Angel was born and raised in the City of Angels (L.A.). Upon graduating from Long Beach State University, he packed up his bags and moved to New York City- the training ground of his favorite actors like Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Meryl Streep, and Gene Hackman (to name a few). While in New York, Angel trained at the Manhattan Edge Studio, with the Labyrinth Theater Company, and made his television debut on HBO's, hit series, "The Sopranos".

Since moving back to Los Angeles, Angel has appeared in world premiere theatrical productions, USC and UCLA thesis films, the hit series "Southland", and the independent comedy "Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury" (with Kevin Sorbo and Danny Trejo). "Poolboy" made it's premiere at the 2011 Cannes Film Market.

In 2011, Angel helped form Working Artists Lab- a mixed media production company whose aim is to produce quality content for actors to showcase their talent and to provide educational workshops that benefit local charities. Working Artists Lab is currently developing a short film, a web series, and a play.

Angel is an active blogger, hiker, taco enthusiast, all around student of life, and a die hard Lakers fan.