Monica May

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Monica May
Born (1984-04-11) April 11, 1984 (age 30)
Lakeland, Florida
Occupation Actress

Monica May (born April 11, 1984) is an American television and film actress, known for her role as Elizabeth 'Z' Delgado on the series Power Rangers S.P.D..

Early life[edit]

May was born in Lakeland, Florida. At the age of three, May moved with her family to the small town of Land O' Lakes, Florida. When May was twelve, she went to an improv summer camp, and it was there that she realized she wanted to act for the rest of her life.

Career[edit]

In the 9th grade, she played Rebecca Gibbs in Our Town. May made her short film debut in 2003 in Icon Film Studios' To Live Is to Die and had a voice-over part in Broken Tomorrow.

In 2005, May starred on Power Rangers S.P.D.. She went on to become good friends with S.P.D. executive producer Greg Aronowitz and has had roles in his films Labou and Battle Planet.

May currently lives in Los Angeles, California, where she also works as a hairstylist.

Monica May grew up in a small town and attended Land O' Lakes High School, and lived in Cypress Nayou.

Filmography[edit]

  • To Live is to Die (2003 short) as Stacy
  • Power Rangers S.P.D. (2005 series) as Elizabeth 'Z' Delgado/Yellow SPD Ranger
  • The Suite Life of Zack & Cody: "Scary Movie" (2006) as Movie Cashier
  • Life After (2006 short) as Claire Woods
  • D.T.A. Productions (2007 short) as Lindsay Crenshaw
  • Lines (2007 short) as Gretel
  • Entourage: "The WeHo Ho" (2007) uncredited extra
  • Enormous Nuclear Potato (2007 short) as Sarah Lynn
  • Teleflora: "Talking Flowers" (2008 commercial) as Woman with baby
  • Labou (2008) as Librarian
  • Battle Planet (2008) as Jun'hee

Public appearances[edit]

  • Saints and Sinners Festival (December 2003)
  • Walt Disney Word's Happiest Celebration On Earth (2005)
  • Comic-Con International (July 17, 2005)
  • Youmacon (November 11–13, 2005)
  • Power Morphicon (June 21–23, 2007)
  • Anime Expo (July 2–5, 2009)
  • Comic-Con International (July 23, 2009)
  • Power Morphicon (August 27–29, 2010)
  • Power Morphicon (August 17–19, 2012)
  • Power Morphicon (August 22–24, 2014)

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