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Hollywood. She became the youngest Inductee in the Broadcasters Hall of
Fame in 1993 for her outstanding television reports on Black
Entertainment Television (B.E.T.) Network.More than 40 million
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debut in 2005 with a small role in the comedy release Fun with Dick and
Jane. After guest stints on such long running series such as Six Feet
Under and Weeds, presently she has been cast in an ongoing role on
Grey's AnatomyBorn and raised in the Fordham section of the
Bronx, Garayua is of Puerto Rican heritage. She is a graduate of Long
Island University and presently resides in Los Angeles. She is a
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the annual 2005 Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade held on that borough's
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