Karla Souza wiki, Age, Affairs, Net worth, Favorites and More


Karla Souza wiki, Age, Affairs, Net worth, Favorites and More

WIKI/BIO
Name Karla Olivares Souza
Profession Actress
Nickname Karla
Physical Measurements
Body Measurements 36-26-36
Eye Color Green
Hair Color Dark Brown
Height 5′ 4” feet
Weight 56 kg
Basic Details
Age 33
Parents Father– n/a
Mother– n/a
Siblings Monica Souza, Jeronimo Souza
Date Of Birth 11 Dec, 1985
Nationality Mexican
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Dress Size
Shoe size 6 US
School
  •  Centro de Educación Artística (Acting)
  • Central School of Speech and Drama
College BA Degree
Children N/A
Hometown Mexico City, Mexico
Food Type Non-veg
Build slim
Religion Christian
Net Worth  $1.2 Million
Cars N/A
Love and Affairs
Boyfriends Gonzalo García Vivanco
Marital Status married
Spouse Marshall Trenkmann(Banker)
Favorites
Hobbies N/A
Favorite Drink N/A
Favorite Food N/A
Favorite Actress N/A
Favorite Actor N/A
Favorite Perfume N/A
Favorite Destination Los Angeles
Favorite Tv Show N/A
Favorite Film N/A
Favorite pet N/A
Favorite Color N/A
Karla-Souza

Facts:

  • She used to be Gymnast during her childhood days.
  • She can fluently speak french, spanish and english.
  • Her First Tedx topic was “Sweets are the fruits of Adversity “.
  • She won the CCP award in 2008, for being most promising actress.
  • Her Television debut came with TV show terminal where she plays the role of Vanessa in 2008.

 

Her Sayings

  • I’m a wannabe redhead, definitely wannabe Julianne Moore or Jessica Chastain redhead. But I love being a brunette.
  • I would love to be a professional athlete. When I was living in Mexico as a teenager, I did seven years of gymnastics and went to the Junior Olympics. I was getting to the level of going to the international competitions, but I was only 14, and my parents were really worried because they did not want that to be my life.
  • I used to work for a catering company – I waitressed for Harry Winston events. I remember being so hungry, I would eat when I was supposed to be catering to other people.
  • I’ve done about 15 movies and four television series in Mexico. My last two movies were the highest grossing in Mexican-cinema history – ‘Nosotros los Nobles’ and ‘Instructions Not Included.’
  • I think people thought I was crazy for leaving Mexico when I had any project I wanted falling at my feet. But I risked everything to come to Los Angeles, where no one knew who I was, and start all over again. It was a very hard step to take. However, it was the moment I thought it was right to take a risk in my career.

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