Maia Jae Bastidas is a 25-year-old Canadian actress known for her several roles in the movie industry. Most notably she is known for her role as Eliza Wells in the TV series “Rabbit Hole,” and as Justine alongside actor Chance Perdomo in the TV series “Gen V.”
|Full Name||Maia Jae Bastidas|
|Age||25 years old|
|Birth Date||March 18, 1998|
|Birth Place||Toronto, Canada|
Maia Jae Bastidas Biography
Maia Jae Bastidas was born in Toronto, Canada, on March 18, 1998, which would make her 25 years old as of 2023.
Information about her parents, including their names and professions has not been publicly disclosed. However, it is known that she has a twin sister named Keana Lyn Bastidas who is also an actress.
Her educational background includes studies in Theatre Arts and Media Production, with a minor in Spanish language, at a university in Toronto.
Maia Jae has a notable presence in the entertainment industry, with various acting roles to her credit. She played “Eliza Wells” on “Rabbit Hole,” a series starring Kiefer Sutherland for Paramount+.
Additionally, she is set to recur as “Justine” on the Emmy-nominated “The Boys” spin-off series, “Gen-V,” for Amazon Prime.
In 2023, Maia will share the screen with Golden Globe winner Amanda Seyfried in the film “Seven Veils,” written and directed by Academy Award nominee Atom Egoyan.
Both of these projects were filmed in Toronto. She also had the opportunity to work opposite Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner in Taylor Sheridan’s “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 1 for Paramount+.
Further expanding her acting portfolio, Maia will guest star as “Letty Acosta” on “HPI,” starring Kaitlin Olson and written by Academy Award nominee Drew Goddard.
She will also make a guest appearance on “Witch Mountain” for Disney+, starring Bryce Dallas-Howard.
Maia Jae’s previous credits include a guest-star role as “Luciana Rodriguez,” a Colombian ex-FARC soldier, on CBS’s “Ransom,” which was filmed in Budapest, Hungary. She also played “Amber” on the CW/Netflix’s hit series “In The Dark.”
Her 2016 short film titled “Thumbs” was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival’s NextWave Showcase.
Maia has received recognition for her work, including acknowledgment at the Banff World Media Festival’s “Women in Media” and “Diversity of Voices” initiatives.
Here is the filmography for the actress “Maia Jae Bastidas” in a tabular form, arranged from the highest year to the lowest year:
|Beyond Black Beauty||Serena||In Production||2023|
|Untitled HPI/Kaitlin Olson/ABC Project||Letty Acosta||Pre-production||2023|
|Festival of the Living Dead||–||Post-production||2023|
|Seven Veils (2023)||Dimitra||2023|
|Rabbit Hole (2023)||Eliza Wells||TV Series||2023|
|Don’t Sell My Baby (2023)||Brooke||TV Movie||2023|
|Pinecone & Pony (2022)||Ace (voice)||TV Series||2023|
|In the Dark (2019)||Amber||TV Series||2020–2022|
|Lady Ada’s Secret Society (2022)||Tina (2022)||TV Series||2022|
|Take Note (2022)||Jenny||TV Series||2022|
|Mayor of Kingstown (2021)||Juan’s Sister||TV Series||2021|
|The Bench (2020)||Girl Gang 3||Short||2020|
|Wildflower (2020)||Essen Ravi||Short||2020|
|Ransom (2017)||Luciana||TV Series||2019|
|Hudson & Rex (2019)||Lindsay||TV Series||2019|
|Creeped Out (2017)||Puck||TV Series||2018|
|Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004)||Rosita||–||2004|