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Vida Guerra Biography
Born in Havana, Cuba, in 1980, Vida Guerra moved with her family to New Jersey when she was 6 years old. Outgoing, even at that young age, Vida quickly adapted to the new country and culture. She developed into a bright, beautiful young woman and began getting involved in dance and some modeling, strutting around in a G-string when she was 18 for a fashion show in her hometown of Perth Amboy.
Guerra's first taste of fame came after successfully auditioning for a Big Pun video called "New York to New Orleans." She sat next to the now deceased rapper and grooved to the beat throughout the song which, unfortunately, did not get much play on TV music stations.
Now a recognized model, Guerra grabbed more headlines after appearing with tight end Jeremy Shockey of the New York Giants at the opening of Jay-Z's New York nightclub. The relationship -- if one could even call it that -- did not last long, but Vida did not need to rely on a boyfriend to make the news.
With her calendar for troops serving in the Middle East (and one for FHM) she continues to be a hot commodity.
These days, Guerra can be seen dancing in another rap video; this time for Cassidy's single "Get No Better." In January 2004, she signed to a new management company, F/C Management, and is well placed to find work as both a model and actress. Word on the street is Vida could be starring regularly on a yet-to-be-announced MTV program, as well as in her own movie. Keep your fingers crossed.
Vida Guerra Casting Credits
Dorm Daze 2 (2006) .... Violet
Fake Preacher (2005) (V)
Writer's Block (2003) .... Muse
Kanye West: College Dropout - Video Anthology (2005) (V) .... Jill (segment "The New Workout Plan")
"Chappelle's Show" playing "Stripper" (uncredited) (episode # 2.3) 4 February 2004
"Chappelle's Show" playing "Dancer" (uncredited) (episode # 1.10) 26 March 2003