Camila Sodi Biography

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Camila Sodi
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Birthday: May 14, 1986

Nationality: Mexican

Age: 34 Years, 34 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Taurus

Also Known As: Camila Ía González Sodi

Born Country: Mexico

Born in: Mexico City, Mexico

Famous as: Singer

Models Singers

Height: 5'3" (160 cm), 5'3" Females

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Diego Lunam (2008–2013)

father: Fernando Gonzalez Parra

mother: Ernestina Sodi

siblings: Giovanni Sodi, Marina Sodi, Naian Gonzalez Norvind, Tessa Ia

children: Fiona Luna, Jerónimo Luna

City: Mexico City, Mexico

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Camila Sodi is a Mexican model, actor, and singer. She is also known as the niece of popular singer/actor Thalía. Before stepping into acting, Camila had been a model. She then hosted a music show on the Mexican channel TeleHit. She became a household name in Mexico with her role in the hit Mexican telenovela Inocente de Ti. Her debut movie was the 2007 film El búfalo de la noche. Over the years, she has played major roles in quite a few movies and series, such as Niñas mal, Señorita Pólvora, How to Break Up with Your Douchebag, Rubí, El exorcismo de Carmen Farías, Luis Miguel: The Series, and Wild District. She is a talented singer, too, and released her album, Ella & El Muerto, in 2013. Camila was previously married to Mexican actor Diego Luna, but the couple divorced later. They now co-parent their two children. Camila is quite popular on social media and is associated with a few charitable initiatives, such as Save the Children.

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Childhood & Early Life

Camila Sodi Gonzalez (or Camila Ía González Sodi) was born on May 14, 1986, in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico, to Ernestina Sodi and Fernando González Parra.

Camila is a member of the famous Sodi family of Mexico, who are descendants of Demetrio Sodi Candiani, who was a landlord of the Mexican state of Oaxaca and senator of Michoacán during the rule of General Porfirio Díaz.

Camila has two younger half-sisters, Tessa Ía and Naian Gonzalez Norvind, through her father. Both her sisters are actors. Some sources mention another younger sister, Marina, and a brother, Giovanni.

Her mother works as an editor. She is the niece of singer/actor Thalía (maternal aunt) and actor Laura Zapata (maternal half-aunt).

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Career

Camila Sodi began her career as a model. She then appeared as a host on a music show on the Mexican channel TeleHit. She also gained fame for her role in the hit Mexican telenovela Inocente de Ti, co-starring with Valentino Lanús and Helena Rojo, from 2004 to 2005. She appeared in a total of 130 episodes of the telenovela, as Flor de María "Florecita" González.

In 2007, Camila starred in her debut feature film, El búfalo de la noche (The Night Buffalo), as Rebeca. The same year, she was seen as Pía in Niñas mal (Bad Girls) and as Elisa in Déficit. The following year, she appeared as Lilia Ascencio in Arráncame la vida. In 2014, she appeared in the short film El despertar and was seen as Andrea in Amor de mis amores.

In 2015, she appeared as Camila in the film El placer es mio and as Valentina Cárdenas in 70 episodes of the series Señorita Pólvora.

In 2015–2016, she was also seen as Paulina Murat/Valentina Olmedo in 140 episodes of A que no me dejas.

In 2016, she appeared as Emilia in the film Compadres. The same year, she also appeared on the shows Made in Hollywood (episode: Elvis & Nixon/The Meddler/Compadres) and Un mal date.

The following year, Camila Sodi was seen as Natalia in the film How to Break Up with Your Douchebag, as Martina in El ángel en el reloj, and as Violeta in Camino a Marte.

In 2018, she was featured as the voice of Princess Dawn in Here Comes the Grump. The same year, she appeared as Erika in six episodes of Luis Miguel: The Series, as Giselle in 10 episodes of Wild District, and as Isabel Fernández/Camila de Guevara in 91 episodes of Falsa identidad.

In 2020, she appeared as Carmen in the film El exorcismo de Carmen Farías and as Rubí Pérez Ochoa (the lead role) in 26 episodes of the series Rubí.

Camila is also a skilled singer and experiments with the Latin rock/indie pop genre. In 2013, she released the album Ella & El Muerto.

Personal Life

Camila Sodi met actor, singer, and filmmaker Diego Luna while working on her debut film The Night Buffalo in 2007. The duo got married on February 5, 2008, and then moved to the U.S.

On August 12, 2008, at age 22, Camila gave birth to her first child, her son, Jerónimo Luna, in Los Angeles.

Two years later, on July 1, 2010, she had her second child, her daughter, Fiona Luna. Fiona was named after Diego’s mother, Fiona Alexander, who had died in a car crash 28 years before Fiona’s birth, when Diego was 2 years old.

Camila Sodi and Diego Luna broke up in March 2013 and eventually divorced. In February 2017, Camila started dating Chicharito Hernández.

Following the divorce, Diego moved back to Mexico, as he wished to raise his children away from the limelight and as normal kids. However, both Camila and Diego now co-parent their children, and the kids are often seen accompanied by both parents at various events.

On Social Media

Camila Sodi is quite popular on social-media platforms such as Instagram. Her official Instagram profile, camilasodi_, has gained over 2.2 million followers to date.

Camila Sodi also supports/promotes charitable concerns/initiatives for children, such as Save the Children, through her Instagram account.

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