Born In: Sant Pere de Vilamajor, Spain
Úrsula Corberó Delgado is an award winning Spanish actress known for her portrayals in television series like ‘Física o Química’ and ‘La casa de papel’ and in films like ‘Cómo sobrevivir a una despedida.’ Úrsula became passionate about acting at a very young age and stepped into the field featuring in commercials. Her debut in television series happened with ‘Mirall trencat’ and moving on she landed up with the breakthrough role of Ruth Gómez in the Antena 3 series ‘Física o Química.’ The role not only garnered her critical acclaim but also won her several awards and paved way for other notable portrayals including in the series ‘14 de abril. La República,’ ‘La embajada’ and ‘Isabel.’ She furthered her fame with the Spanish heist television series ‘La casa de papel’ where she presently plays the main role of Silene "Tokyo" Oliveira. Úrsula has also succeeded in making her mark on big-screen appearing in films such as ‘Paranormal Xperience 3D’, ‘Quién mató a Bambi?’ and ‘Perdiendo el Norte.’ Her performance as Marta, marking her first main role in a film, in the Spanish comedy ‘Cómo sobrevivir a una despedida’ established Úrsula as one of the best comedy actresses of Spain.
Also Known As: Úrsula Corberó Delgado
father: Pedro Corberó
mother: Esther Delgado
Partner: Andres Velencoso (2013–2016), Chino Darín (2016–), Israel Rodríguez (2008–2010)
Born Country: Spain
Úrsula Corberó Delgado was born on August 11, 1989, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain to Pedro Corbero and Esther Delgado. She has a sister called Mònica.
She developed interest in acting early and by the time she was six years old, she wanted to pursue her career in the field.
Meanwhile she continued with her studies and upon completion she relocated to Madrid to play Ruth Gómez, one of the most notable roles of her career, in the Spanish comedy drama television series ‘Física o Química’ (2008-11). Although the series garnered much controversy, Úrsula’s performance as Ruth, a student suffering from bulimia, earned her critical acclaim and also won her several awards.
Meanwhile she appeared in two short films ‘Crónica de una voluntad’ (2007) and ‘Slides’ (2011) and also started performing in feature films. One of her early notable film features include the role of Belén in the 2011 horror film ‘Paranormal Xperience 3D.’ Starting from that year till 2019, she essayed the role of Beatriz de la Torre in thirty episodes of the drama television series ‘14 de abril. La República.’
The February 5, 2013 aired television movie ‘Volare’ featured her as Lila / Malva. That year she also appeared in eight episodes of the television series ‘Gran Reserva,’ in two episodes of the television mini-series ‘Mario Conde, Los días de gloria’; and also in big-screen productions including ‘Afterparty,’ ‘Crimen con vista al mar’ and ‘Quién mató a Bambi?.’ She played the voice role of Sam in the September 27, 2013 released blockbuster hit American 3D computer-animated sci-fi comedy film ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.’
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