|Occupation Actress, Producer|
Years active 2000–present
|Name Judy Marte|
|Born April 12, 1983 (age 40) (1983-04-12) New York City, New York, U.S.|
Nominations Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead
Movies and TV shows Raising Victor Vargas, NYC 22, On the Outs, Maria My Love, Nasty Baby
Similar People Harold House Moore, Silvestre Rasuk, Felix Solis, Peter Sollett, Victor Rasuk
Judy Marte Red Carpet Interview - 2014 NHMC #ImpactAwards
Judy Marte (born April 12, 1983) is a Dominican-American actress and producer, who can be seen in films such as Raising Victor Vargas and On the Outs. She is best known for her role as rookie officer Tonya Sanchez in the short lived CBS drama NYC 22. Judy Marte is currently starring in the Netflix original "The Get Down"
Judy got her start at the age of 15 when she auditioned for the short film “Five Feet High and Rising” by the then-unknown Pete Sollett in 2000. Eventually it evolved into the critically acclaimed “Raising Victor Vargas,” earning Marte her first Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance. She followed that performance with “On the Outs,” where she received her second Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Female Lead. Her recent film credits include “Maria My Love” directed by Jasmine McGlade Chazelle (accepted into The Tribeca Film Festival) and “The Mortician” directed by Gareth Maxwell Roberts (accepted into The Berlin Film Festival.) Her television credits include guest starring roles on “CSI: Miami,” on the Network, and “Law & Order: Trial by Jury.” Her hometown is New York City and her birth date is April 12. She is best known for her role as Tonya Sanchez in the 2012 police drama NYC 22.