Episode 117: Our World is a Playground with Actor Chelle Ramos

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Many of you have heard of the television series The Walking Dead, The Gifted, The Purge, Tell Me Your Secrets, Long Slow Exhale, Drop Dead Diva, and one of my personal favorites, Outer Banks! Today I am speaking with a friend who has had the opportunity to play a role on all of these incredible shows and more. 

Professional actor and Pensacola native, Chelle Ramos, cultivated a passion for the performing arts early in her life. Learning new routines and leveling up her dance skills required hard work, but she kept it light, fun, and genuinely loved growing as an artist. 

Years later, as a young adult on a family vacation at Universal Studios, Chelle experienced the opportunity of a lifetime leading to a successful career in the film industry as a professional actor. 

On or off set Chelle loves embracing every moment life, especially with friends and time spent nature. She commonly refers to the world as a playground and is intentional about honoring rhythms of health and celebrating the spirit of her inner child. 

I am so excited for you to join our conversation as we talk about everything from audition tapes, Outer Banks insights of course, and establishing personal boundaries with social media and the public. No post production needed, Chelle is authentic to her core and I cannot wait for you to hear her story!

Links from today’s show…

Chelle Ramos

Chelle Ramos – IMDB

Outer Banks (TV Series) as Deputy Plumb

The Walking Dead (TV Series) as Stephanie

Long Slow Exhale (TV Series) as Ada Powaukee 

Tell Me Your Secrets (TV Series) as Andrea Black

The Purge (TV Series) as Sara Williams

The Gifted (TV Series) as Heather

Breakin’ (Movie)

Brenice’s Starrstep Dance Studio

Fosko Coffee Barre

Seville Quarter

Share Your Story – Become a SWY Sponsor

How to Podcast With Kohlie Browning

Music, “Where the Light Dances” by Yamaree

“Wrong” by Dan Henig

“Jindupe” by Lauren Dunski

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