Sofía Espinosa

About Sofía Espinosa

Who is it?: Actress, Writer, Producer
Birth Day: September 22, 1989
Occupation: Actress, writer, producer, director
Years active: 2006–present

Sofía Espinosa

Sofía Espinosa was born on September 22, 1989, is Actress, Writer, Producer. Sofía Espinosa is an actress and writer, known for Gloria (2014), Coco (2017) and Los Bañistas (2014).
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Occupation Actress
Age 34 years old
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Born September 22, 1989 ()
Birthday September 22

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Espinosa was born on September 22, 1989 in Mexico City, to Mario Espinosa, a theatre Director, and Gloria Carrasco Altamirano, an art Director. Espinosa has a younger brother named Sebastián, and is the niece of Diódoro Carrasco Altamirano, a former Governor of Oaxaca and Secretariat of the Interior. At age 4, she joined the National Conservatory of Music, and at age 13 she enrolled in Casazul, a Mexican drama school, both in Mexico City; while in Casazul, she performed in the chamber theatre version of the play Romeo and Juliet. She continued her studies at the Claudio Tolcachir school in Argentina, the Stella Adler Studio in New York City, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. In 2011, she earned a scholarship by the National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA) for upcoming performers.


Espinosa appeared in the short film Cuidado con el Tren, written and directed by Ignacio Ortiz in 2004, and in the films Sea of Dreams and La Vida Inmune, in 2006. At age 15, after six months in a workshop with Maryse Systach and Clarissa Malheiros, Espinosa starred in her first lead role in La Niña en la Piedra (Nadie Te Ve), which was co-directed by Systach and José Buil and is the last chapter of the trilogy about teenagers in Mexico that started with Perfume de Violetas (Nadie Te Oye) (2001) and Manos Libres (Nadie Te Escucha) (2003). Espinosa was nominated for the Ariel Award for Best Actress for her work in the film. Espinosa and Systach re-teamed for the film El Brassier de Emma.


In 2006, Espinosa performed in the short film Ver Llover by Elisa Miller, which was screened at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival and won the Short Film Palme d'Or. Miller and Espinosa worked together again five years later in the film Vete Más Lejos, Alicia (2011). She was also featured in Capadocia playing the character Paty, and also joined the cast of the telenovela Bienvenida Realidad, produced by Epigmenio Ibarra for Cadenatres in 2011, in which she played Vanessa, a lesbian teenager.


Espinosa landed the lead role of the film Gloria in 2014. The film is a biopic about singer-songwriter Gloria Trevi, and her relation with her manager, record Producer Sergio Andrade. The movie chronicles the rise and fall of the singer's career, detailing Trevi's first encounter with Andrade (who became her mentor), her brief tenure in a band, her rise to musical stardom, a sex scandal involving minors, and her imprisonment in Brazil. Espinosa won the role after a month-and-a-half casting process, stating that "I do not know how many actresses were [on the castings], or who they were, but once I got the role I knew it was a big responsibility, because it is a character who is alive and has a lot of fans, I had to do it well. It is a very complex character, full of nuances, with great force". Espinosa took singing lessons and had to learn Trevi's accent. Also, to fully prepare for the role, the Actress was assigned a Choreographer and worked with the film Director to find the right tone for the scenes. Espinosa watched Trevi's interviews, concerts and films to be able to play her. "The role was meant for me", Espinosa said to Noticine.


In 2015, she played Graciela Arias in the film Los Crímenes del Mar del Norte, based on the true story of Goyo Cárdenas, the strangler of Tacuba. The following year, Espinosa played Mexican singer Lola Beltrán on Hasta Que Te Conocí, based on the life of Mexican Artist Juan Gabriel, for which she had to perform the track "Cucurrucucú Paloma", Beltrán's signature song. Espinosa co-produced, co-wrote, and starred in Los Bañistas, a film that had a limited release in Mexico (10 copies) in 2016. In the film, directed by Max Zunino, she plays Flavia, a young protester who gets involved with an older man, Juan Carlos Colombo. Espinosa's performance was met with positive reviews, such as the one written by Luis Fernando Galván of En Filme, stating that the Actress "effectively embodies the hope for social renewal from a convincing performance where she goes on a trip into a social space with the intention of finding her place in the world and helping others to do the same". Espinosa and Zunino re-teamed for Bruma, in which the Actress plays Martina, and according to John Hopewell of Variety, "follows a young woman (Espinosa) from Mexico's stifling upper middle-classes who, pregnant, escapes to Berlin and finds a kind of father figure and freedom in a Berlin club drag queen chanteuse and a final sense of her individual identity". The film was written by Espinosa and Zunino and won five awards at the 10th Works in Progress Guadalajara Festival. In 2016, it was announced by Variety magazine that Espinosa would join Mexican actors Demián Bichir and Diego Luna in the film The Black Minutes; in the same year, Espinosa played Rocío in the TV series Las Trece Esposas, produced by Blim and inspired by One Thousand and One Nights. Espinosa also had a voice role in the American animated film Kubo and the Two Strings (2016) and a role in La Gran Promesa, directed by Jorge Ramirez Suárez. Espinosa voiced the role of Miguel's mother in the animated film Coco (2017).


Espinosa funded with fellow actors Belén Aguilar, Fernanda Echevarría and Armando Espitia the theater company Conejo Sin Prisa and debuted an adaptation of Paula Vogel's play How I Learned to Drive on May 15, 2017 at the Centro Cultural del Bosque (es) in Mexico City. Espinosa was joined in the cast by Belén Aguilar, Fernanda Echevarría, and Armando Espitia. Later that year, Espinosa was cast as Ana in the play Después del Ensayo, an adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's film After the Rehearsal. The play was directed by her father, Mario Espinosa, and also featured actors Juan Carlos Colombo and Julieta Egurrola.

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