Although she has a natural funny bone, Santos has been working hard at her craft for several years both on stage and on-camera. She recently hit the NYC Equity Stage in Yvonne Hernandez’s Queer Monologues after wrapping her run as “Squeaky Fromme” in the acclaimed play Assassins. She recently appeared on TNT's "Murder in the First", as a CSI Officer in June of 2016, the Jerry Bruckheimer produced CBS sci-fi series “Eleventh Hour”, and Showtime Network’s “Californication” starring David Duchovny, and also currently has 2 commercials running nationwide, for the fast-food chain "Wendy’s" and for "One-a-Day" Vitamins. Her credits also include roles in several celebrated indie films, including her first starring role in Standout Productions’ newest film, One Way Street, and the film Shooting April which was featured in two festivals and was named ‘Favorite Movie of the Month’ by Film Stage Magazine.
In addition, her voice-over abilities have landed her regular gigs on the ‘looping’ scene, including numerous Disney projects and the NBC hit-series “Brothers and Sisters” for its last two seasons. Santos is no stranger to improvisation and sketch comedy either, beginning as an active member of Emerson College's Comedy Sketch Group in Boston and most recently sharing her characterizations on the stages of the infamous Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) in Los Angeles.
Bringing comedy and acting together, Santos stars in a game show parody in House of Young Jay's acclaimed webseries