Actor, Orlando Valentino is on “Team In the Spirit Entertainment” as a brand ambassador. Orlando Valentino will embody what ‘In the Spirit Entertainment and In the Spirit Entertainment Foundation’ is all about. The goal for Mr. Valentino as an ambassador is to create awareness, and endorse the ITSE brand and products at all events which includes; fashion shows, trade shows, red carpet events, premieres, conventions, radio, and TV talk shows. Mr. Valentino will socialize with the company’s staff, invited guests and other people in attendance. Promoting himself as well as endorsing for In The Spirit Entertainment and In The Spirit Entertainment Foundation on his personal social media pages such as, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and ITSE assisting with the branding of Mr. Valentino in all areas of his career.
Orlando Valentino has a a great experience in Film, TV and the entertainment industry for the last 15 years, as well as his starring role in the Carter High Movie with the lead role as Carlos Allen, alongside, Charles Dutton, Pooch Hall, David Banner and Vivica A. Fox. Congratulations to you Orlando Valentino for becoming an ITSE Ambassador! For more information on Orlando Valentino check out his bio/vita on the ITSE Team page. check out his bio/vita on the ITSE Team page. Growing up in Fort Worth, Texas Orlando began his work in the fine arts field like many, in the church as a young teen. Orlando was lead in numerous plays and worked behind the scenes assisting in production. His performances in local area productions lead to an award for “Best Drama Solo” at the Fine Arts Festival North Texas District. Orlando’s radio and commercial resume includes work with: Cinemark Theatres, Radio Disney and 91.5 KGRM. As Orlando began his collegiate studies at Grambling State University (GSU) in Louisiana he still found time to act as Youth Drama Director at Bishop T.D. Jakes’ The Potters House Ministries in Dallas, Texas. During his time at the Potters House, Orlando has entertained thousands in a plethora of skits and on the media and production team for a number of conferences and events including 2013 MegaFest. At GSU, Orlando was a member of NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists) and the World Famed Tiger Marching Band performing for thousands across the U.S. while still balancing his budding acting career in campus theatrical performances. Some of his key acting roles at GSU included: Emmitt Till in “The Story of Emmitt Till”; Jason in “Medea, by Euripides” and Walter Lee in “To be Young, Gifted and Black.
Congratulations Mr. Orlando Valentino!