SINGER - SONGWRITER | ACTOR
Dilcia Guzman is a Honduran-Salvadoran-American actress, singer & songwriter. She grew up stateside with a strong passion for singing since the age of 6, singing along to her favorite Disney movies and directing her own plays with her younger sister. from there on, she expanded into writing her own music and the rest is history.
Inspired by the stories of her parents’ journey to the American Dream, she has driven herself into telling her own story. In the midst of our current political battleground, Dilcia has learned how to maintain her narrative while celebrating the gifts and sacrifices that come along with life.
Dilcia is a graduate of the AMDA College & Conservatory of the Performing Arts; she has received her bachelor's degree in fine art and completed her performance(s) as Maria Delgado/Ensemble in the Musical Reading of 9 to 5 as well as her original song "Hopeless Cinematic" in her Musical Theatre Senior Showcase Taking Chances.
Dilcia has completed her run as Olga in Theater Arts Guild's (TAG) production of Curse of the Werewolf in Victorville, California, directed by Katherine Mancha.
Dilcia has completed her performance as Blanche DuBois in TAG's production of A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Heather Collins in her directorial debut.
Dilcia can also be seen in multiple music videos across the rock scene, including Forever Emerald's "Safer Space" music video, produced by Ghost Killer Entertainment, and My Chemical Romance's new North American Tour Promo Video, A summoning... directed by Kris Mercado Figueroa. She is excited to continue working on her music and original content online as the world continues moving forward.