Úrsula Corberó

Úrsula Corberó

Úrsula Corberó is a Spanish actress and activist, revealed to the public in 2008 thanks to her role as Ruth Gómez in the series "Physics or Chemistry", which allowed her to establish herself as an important figure in Spanish television. In 2011, she made her film debut in the horror film "Paranormal Xperience 3D", followed by comedies such as "¿Quién Mató a Bambi?" (2013), "Perdiendo el Norte" (2015) and "Cómo sobrevivir a una despedida" (2015). It is in 2017 that she achieved tremendous success internationally, thanks to the Netflix phenomenon series "La casa de papel", in which she plays Tokyo. This role earned her numerous nominations and made her the icon of a rebellious and revolutionary generation, committed to building a better future.


Besides her acting career, Úrsula Corberó is also a committed activist for human rights, equality and climate, and proudly identifies herself as a feminist. Using her global popularity, she publicly supports feminist movements, such as during the first Women's March in 2017, following the Weinstein case. She also denounces the sexism that women can endure, and has spoken out about the harmful environment she worked in as a teenager and that many of her colleagues experience on a daily basis. "We need to trust each other, support each other and love each other." (© Zaleb/RTL)

She also advocates for equal opportunities in the film industry. Women should be able to "play assassins, cops or thieves [...]. We deserve to have the opportunity to play the same characters as men" (© RTL). Something she has more than proven with her masterful performance in "La casa de papel".


In 2013, she also lends her image to raise awareness about breast cancer, with the motto "Together we are stronger".

In 2017, she is part of the jury of the We Art Water Film Festival, an international festival of short films that aims to raise awareness about water issues around the world.

In 2018, she participated in the #AbortoLegalYa campaign in favor of legalizing abortion in Argentina. The actress is also involved in research for childhood cancer with the Atresmedia Foundation and the #YoRedondeo campaign.

In 2020, she participated in the #DarleLaVueltaAlSistema campaign of Greenpeace, alongside British primatologist Jane Goodall.




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