Kristin Lisa Herrera
February 21, 1989
Kristin Lisa Herrera (born February 21, 1989) is an American former actress. She is best known for her role as Dana Cruz on the first season of the Nickelodeon series Zoey 101 and as Lourdes Del Torro on General Hospital.
Life and career
Herrera was born in Los Angeles, California on February 21, 1989. She has two older brothers and a sister, named Ryan, Justin and Ashley. She is of Mexican-American and Puerto Rican descent and speaks fluent Spanish. She attended Hillcrest Christian School in Granada Hills, Los Angeles.
Herrera has been acting in commercials since she was six. Her first TV role was in a phone service commercial. Other roles include Eleena on NYPD Blue, Aimee Varga on The Division, Sophie on The Bernie Mac Show, Katie on 7th Heaven and Frederika in ER.
In 2004, Herrera was cast as Dana Cruz in Zoey 101, Zoey Brooks (Jamie Lynn Spears) and Nicole Bristow's (Alexa Nikolas) roommate. After the first season, Herrera was unceremoniously written out from working on Zoey 101 because the producers thought she looked too old next to her co-stars, though it was never confirmed by Nickelodeon. She was replaced by the character Lola Martinez (Victoria Justice). She also co-starred in feature film Freedom Writers opposite Hilary Swank. In 2008, Herrera had quit acting. Her last acting role was on the soap opera General Hospital.
|2007||Freedom Writers||Gloria Munez|||
|2001||NYPD Blue||Elena Rodriguez||Oh Golly Goth|||
|2002||7th Heaven||Katie||Letting Go|
|The Division||Aimee Varga||Remembrance|
|The Bernie Mac Show||Sophia||Bernie Mac Dance Party|
|2004||ER||Frederika Meehan||The Student|||
|2004-08||General Hospital||Lourdes Del Torro||Recurring role|
|2005||Zoey 101||Dana Cruz||Main role (season 1)|||
|2006||Without a Trace||Rose Martinez||White Balance|
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