Brianna Saranchock is a proud native of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Having just graduated from the Theatre Academy of Los Angeles City College, she was recognized as an Irene Ryan Nominee for the role of Girl in Hot L Baltimore and Miss Lydia Bennet in Pride and Prejudice; both plays directed by Louie Piday. In her first year at LACC she was part of the ensemble of Freddy, a collaboration with the Fountain Theatre, and in 2019 as part of the Student Directed One-Acts, she had the privilege of directing her first play, Slaughter in the Lake, written by fellow Puerto Rican Jose Rivera. Most recently she assistant directed a production of The Man Who Came to Dinner, directed by Bruce Kimmel at the Lonny Chapman Theatre and GRT's virtual production of Hallways: Stories from Juvie. Brianna deeply believes in the theatre community of Los Angeles and is honored and thankful to be a part of it.