Miranda Martinez is a raw food chef, coach & speaker, actress, producer and entrepreneur. She obtained a Bachelor's degree from Southern Methodist University and worked in corporate America for a couple of years, but soon discovered that the business world wasn't for her. Miranda has been involved in the film & commercial industry for over 10 years accumulating numerous credits in commercials, voiceovers, print, industrial and independent films. Her commercial credits include Walmart, JC Penney, Taco Bueno, Chevy Tahoe, Avon, Radio Shack, Doritos, and Tostitos.
She is co-founder of Martice Enterprises, a critically-acclaimed award-winning theatre production company and the founder of Barú Films, an independent film production company set to produce their first full-length feature film project in 2010. For more information on her acting/producing career, visit www.mirandamartinez.com, www.barufilms.com and www.martice.com
Miranda has been experimenting with raw, living foods, super foods and live supplements, starting with The Master Cleanse in July 2007. She has lost a total of over 60 lbs and experienced health benefits such as increased energy, reduced hereditary LDL cholesterol and spider veins. In addition, she no longer have cysts (caused by a low-carb diet), knee pain, constipation issues, or food addictions.
She is a self-taught raw vegan chef and assisted in developing the menu at a Dallas raw food restaurant. Miranda's specializes in raw vegan desserts. She has been featured in First Magazine for Women (nationally), The Dallas Observer, The Dallas Voice, The Houston Press News, DallasVegan.com, GreenMaids.com, PegasusNews.com, LatinoLA.com, The Mexico Report, We Like it Raw, WB 33 News, NBC 5, The Holistic Radio Show, Paul Nison's Raw Life Health Show, Raw Epicurean Blog, Chocolate Orchid Blog and as a Celebrity Chef at The Texas State Fair (the nation’s biggest fair). This was the first time the fair featured a raw vegan chef at their annual Celebrity Kitchen event. Most recently she was a featured guest chef in a "cooking segment" in Good Morning Texas, her name appeared in the Dallas Observer's "Crave" special insert in the article called "Dallas Famous Chefs" and a 2-page article written by her titled "My Story of Raw" is appearing in the Spring 2010 issue of Purely Delicious national Magazine.