Making a difference in any area of life requires a great deal of hard work, dedication and sacrifice. Sometimes, it also takes experience and being in a unique position to have the influence to change lives and impact the community. Jaime Peralta is one such individual who is putting his experience of over two decades to good use, creating pathways for up-and-coming actors aiming for their big break in the entertainment industry.
The actor, talent manager and executive vice president at Areu Bros. Studio is set to help Latino actors become big names in the film scene by championing initiatives that give budding talents a fair chance at stardom. His goal is to invest in Latino-themed content and broadcast them on a global scale. With Areu Bros Studios operating as the first Latino-owned and operated film and television studio in Atlanta, Georgia, Jaime’s vision seems to be edging closer to reality.
Jaime Peralta is widely known in the industry for films like “The Big Lebowski” (1998), “What Just Happened” (2008), and “Embraced by the Light.” He began his journey as the personal executive assistant of the late legendary film producer and president of Paramount Pictures, Mr. Robert Evans. Jaime amassed knowledge and gained valuable experience while working with Evans, some of which have helped him in the day-to-day running of his current role.
To reach his current level of influence, Jaime Peralta has paid the price. He has played different roles in film and television and proven himself to be a through-and-through film expert who can be trusted with projects and talent. In addition, he has also appeared in other films and TV series like “Champions” (1997″, “Carnival of Souls” (1999), “Sorority Boys” (2002), “Tri Wes Mortgage” (2005), “Grey’s Anatomy: Under Pressure” (2006), “Hotel California” (2008), and “What Just Happened” (2008). Furthermore, he worked as an executive producer on the TV series “Undercover” (2016) and “Road 2 Remembrance” (2021) and as a pre-production co-producer for “Addicted to You.” Jaime is also the manager of talented musician A.B. Quintanilla III, the older brother of singer and Queen of Tejano Music, Selena.
Jaime’s commitment to the art has spurred him to keep striving for a position where he can make the difference he wants to see. So, while running a film studio, managing his artist, and pursuing his numerous entertainment ventures, he is creating opportunities for Latinos and other minority talents so they can thrive. He believes that getting himself out there will send him more opportunities on his way to do things with more people.
“Breaking barriers starts with one person willing to do the work and represent the many others coming behind them. I know many people are looking for representation from a huge entertainment company, and Areu Bros Studios is on course to be that company,” Jaime said. “I only want everyone to understand that if they can do it, then they can do it. The right platform will find them as long as they keep working.”