Rybin Talent Management offers talented actors the opportunity to work in TV Commercials, Voice-Overs, Film, Television Series, Print Ads & Theatre while specializing in Latino representation. It strives to make “stars” develop awareness about the abundance of talent that exists among Latino actors, and further create opportunities for Latinos in the dramatic arts. Rybin Talent represents Latino kids and teens.

Rybin Talent Management, LLC in New York City has been discovering new up and coming talent for possible representation for almost four decades now. Susan Rybin, founder of Rybin Talent Management, LLC. and Rybin Studio of Drama, is an actress, teacher, talent manager, and graduate of The New School for Social Research in Human Relations, nutrition, and child psychology. At age six, she began acting classes at Miriam Colon’s Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre in New York. She is the only artist to have won the Arts-Sciences-Lettres Award of the Academic Society of France as a minor for her portrayal of Anne Frank in “The Diary of Anne Frank”. Amongst her extensive list of awards as best actress are H.O.L.A, ACE & Woman of the Year “El Diario”. One of her recent performances also won her an ACE and H.O.L.A Award for Outstanding Solo Performance as Frida in “Frida Kahlo: Viva la Vida” in Spanish and the United Solo Festival Award for “Frida Kahlo: Long Live Life”at Theatre Row. 

In 1982, Rybin Studio of Drama was founded and remains the only Spanish/bilingual training unit that offers classes in acting, modeling, auditioning, commercial techniques, voice, and theater. Students are selected through an interview/audition process which helps determine the student’s goals, aspirations, and degree of natural talent. Rybin Talent Management offers talented young actors the opportunity to work in T.V. Commercials, Voice-Overs, Film, Television and Theater while specializing in Latino representation of kids & teens.

Rybin Studio of Drama and Rybin Talent Management received a Special Recognition Award from the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics of New York (ACE) in commemoration of over 30 years in business. Susan also received numerous awards, including the “Golden Age Award” for community service from the renowned organization, The Latino Center on Aging, among many others and recognition from Promesa, the Mayor of NYC for Hispanic Heritage Week, NY Housing, and The Arts Council.