New York native Celeste Seda is best
known for her feature in
National Geographic’s 125th Anniversary Issue.
Celeste's contribution to the article
“Changing Faces of America” received much acclaim.
Her distinct features landed her other multicultural opportunities, including a Guest Star / Recurring role on BET+'s series "Sacrifice", Executive Produced &
starring Paula Patton.
Additional features include
“Real Husbands of Hollywood” alongside Kevin Hart,
and "The Gospel", a short film created and Executive Produced by Alicia Keys featuring songs from her sixth studio album 'HERE'. "The Gospel" premiered at
Tribeca Film Festival.
Celeste landed her first feature film entitled "Vendetta" starring & Executive Produced by Ky-Mani Marley,
son of Bob Marley. This is set to release in 2022.
She has studied at Susan Batson's Studio &
at The Peoples Improv in New York City
in addition to Emmy Award Winner
GregAlan Williams in Atlanta.
Once she made the decision to relocate to Los Angeles, she's studied under the tutelage at
Diana Castle’s studio: The Imagined Life
as well as "Actors for Actors" taught by working actors, Abbie Cobb & Chelsea Ricketss.
Celeste has a passion for exploring different cultures and traditional experiences. Her love for diversity can be attributed to her own, blended background. Raised by a Puerto Rican adoptive family, Celeste has reconnected with her biological father who is of Dominican descent and is hoping to do the same with her biological mother,
a native of Korea.
While on the hunt to find her biological parents, Celeste has developed a strong passion to become an advocate for other adoptees, acting as the voice for others who are also hoping to find "who they really are".
"Success is when preparation meets opportunity."
"Got to be who you are in this world, no matter what."