Bio: Blanca Araceli is an accomplished actress, choreographer, director, producer and professional dancer. In 2017, he brings to life the character of EMCEE, from the two times Oscar-winning film "COCO," from Disney/Pixar (2018). Blanca Araceli has participated in more than 120 theater plays, with more than 70 plays with the leading role. Blanca Araceli has more than 50 credits in television and film such as: The Neighborhood, (CBS), Killing It, (Peacock TV), The Conners (ABC), Home Economics (ABC), American Horror Stories (FX on Hulu), I'm Sorry (TruTV), S.W.A.T. (CBS), Kajillionaire, They Call Us Sediciosos to mention some. Blanca
received the "Favorite Actress Award", at the 29th Annual Fred Awards for her great performance in the role of Carmen in Josefina López's play, "Real Women Have Curves at the Pasadena Playhouse. Blanca has received countless awards for her tireless work to promote the culture and folklore of Mexico and the World for more than 30 years, including the GOLDEN EAGLE AWARD by COMMUNITY IMPACT in 2019, "BE THE LIGHT" at Danzantes Unidos Festival 2022 & the most recent Latin American Motion Pictures Awards 2022 & Azteca Inka Gold Award 2023. Since 2022 she began teaching Audition with Acting classes, as well as an Acting Coach at The Village Acting Studio.
Since 1996, Blanca Araceli Soto, has been the director and choreographer of Tierra Blanca Dance Company. Her passion for children and love for their culture led her to establish in 2002 Tierra Blanca Arts Center, creating cultural programs such as: Semblanza, Cultural Summer Camp, Foro de Arte y Cultura and Danza Escénica and during the times of contingency she created several online programs in order to motivate and continue promoting culture; such as “Las Madre Hadas” radio program/Friday 9 am and Mexicanos a la Distancia Unidos por la Danza, Sundays 6 pm
Her motto is: "Cultural awareness makes better communities"