Denise G. Sanchez Scores Leading Role in Bosch: Legacy Series on IMDb Tv

Known for her roles as Alicia on FX’s Mayans M.C. and NBC’s The Good Place, Denise G. Sanchez joins the cast of Bosch: Legacy as Officer Reina Vasquez. Bosch: Legacy is the next installment to the Bosch series on IMDb Tv starring Titus Welliver (Harry Bosch), Jamie Hector (Jerry Edgar) and Amy Aquino (Lt. Grace Billets).

Bosch: Legacy continues with Harry Bosch’s daughter, Maddie (Madison Lintz) who joins the police force and trains under seasoned LAPD. Officer Reina Vasquez (Denise G. Sanchez).

Bosch: Legacy Denise G Sanchez

“Bosch has a lot going on in his world being a private detective and that’s carried over into this season. He’s very much invested in Maddie’s career but he’s also hand’s off. This is probably the most physical I’ve been on set. We got to train with retired and current LAPD. on everything from tactical training to breaking down the script with police jargon for about a month before we started filming.”

Bosch: Legacy Denise G Sanchez

Denise is a part of the new generation of passionate storytellers that are not only breaking barriers for Latina women, but helping to create a path for others to follow. “A lot of times when people look at me they don’t necessarily know that I’m Latina unless they’re Latino,” she said. You can pick up the variations of what we can look like. I’m excited to represent our people in many capacities, but especially as a police officer. She’s (Reina) got a big heart but she’s tough and I like being able to show both aspects of her personality.”

Bosch: Legacy will premier on IMDb Tv on May 6th.

Photo credit: Eric P. Barron

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