The Chonga Girls are fictitious comedic characters created by Laura Di Lorenzo and Mimi Davila. Unapologetic, confident and sexy, Chongas are a blend of their Hispanic roots and urban American culture. Their viral video "Chongalicious" brought to light a subculture never before seen in the media and started a nationwide conversation which included appearances on Univision, Telemundo, CBS, and more. The Chonga Girls continue to celebrate their rep the 305 through their YouTube web series "The Chonga Diaries." They are currently working on a feature-length film and television series.
Laura Di Lorenzo is originally From Venezuela and raised in Miami. She has been doing improv and sketch comedy for over 10 years and is currently working at mitu as a producer/actress/writer focusing on creating original comedic content. She graduated with a Bachelors in theater performance from New World School of the Arts, and she’s co-writing a show based on her YouTube hit “Chongalicious” with her best friend Mimi.
Mimi Davila is an actress, writer and, producer with a passion for content that reflects the culturally and ethnically diverse experience in America. Most known for her creation of the YouTube viral hit "Chongalicious," her spin-off comedic webseries "The Chonga Diaries" continues to bring to light a subculture under-represented in the media. Classically trained, Mimi has appeared in several theatrical and television productions including Tru Tv's "Adam Ruins Everything" and Tarell Alvin McCraney's (Moonlight) production of Hamlet. Her original one-woman show "Buena Noche" was performed at the One Festival in NYC and the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She holds a BFA in theater from Southern Methodist University.