Orlando Film Festival 2015 Spotlight: Rising Starlet Doris Morgado

The heavenly Doris Morgado can channel both sweetness and sensuality effortlessly, pleasing audiences who are sure to find her crave-worthy. In the comedic short “Flight Fright”, a selection at the Orlando Film Fest 2015, she plays a flight attendant on airplane where nothing is what it seems. A comely vision onscreen, she’s exciting plenty of observers and is steadily racking up impressive turns on multiple mediums. Her upcoming guest-starring role on the new sci-fi series “Colony” will be one to keep your eyes fixated on for we know TV is so fashionable and on the horizon, stardom is beckoning for Doris. She is also the leading lady of “Blackhats”, due for release on October 23rd and is set to enchant us as the feisty Janelle Ortiz. She’s the concerned sister of Jacob, an extreme gamer whose life is in danger which prompts her to seek help from her fellow co-worker and Fugitive Recovery Agent Elisha Flemming in this cyber thriller.

Her diverse ethnicity and voluptous spiciness ensures you can’t take your eyes off her. This week alone Doris is likely be the toast of the town what with her mesmerising us on multiple days. She recently won the Best Actress Award for her leading role in “Blackhats” at the Peachtree Village International Film Festival and having seen her pics from the awards gala, she’s on her way to striking it big and being a stunner on the red carpet. Doris has ambitions of being a memorable Femme Fatale and there’s no doubt that she would be red-hot in the skin of an enchantress. When you gaze at Doris, it’s discernible that she has the sexy Latina charisma in the vein of fellow actress Salma Hayek. There’s every chance she’ll transitioned into a very desirable Screen Siren.

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