Martina Ortiz Luis is young Toronto-based, singer-songwriter and actor, best-known for her work as recurring character, Rachel Valdez in the fourth season of Syfy’s People’s Choice Award winning series, “Wynonna Earp”. She has also made an appearance in Netflix’s “Grand Army”.


As a singer-songwriter, Ortiz Luis combines her old soul with years of classical vocal training, and a passion for R&B to create a massively undeniable voice. In 2020, amidst the pandemic, she released her singles “No Love” and “Irrelevant” on all major music streaming services, and has accumulated over 250k streams. Having built a reputation as a dynamic live performer, she has captivated various audiences for hundreds of events across Canada since the age of 4. In 2016, at the age of 15, Ortiz Luis became the first ever official anthem singer for the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs and is now heading into her sixth season with the organization. She became a youth ambassador for World Vision at 11, and at 13 was asked to write their official Christmas jingle, “The Spirit of Christmas” which was used commercially all-over North America. In 2019, she performed for CTV’s Canada’s Walk of Fame awards night, performing a tribute to Alessia Cara and presenting Cara with the Allan Slaight Award. Later that year, she also performed as a special guest for the Toronto Santa Claus Parade, which was broadcasted nationwide. 


Her new original song titled, “These Days”, released in December 2021. She also recently wrapped on-set as a lead in a new CBC Gem musical series titled, “Topline” and as a regular in an action-drama series for the Roku Channel. Both are expected to release in 2022.