Early this month we attended the Fashion for Charity event at the Miami Science Museum, where we spoke with accessory designer Candy Woolley [see here]. The evening’s celebrity host was Mexican actress Nadia Escobar. The 35 year old actress has appeared in a variety of Hispanic soap operas including El Talisman, La Case de al Lado and Corazon Valiente.
Energetic and fun, Nadia has an acting background in soap operas and comedy. She hopes to cross over into the American market. Below you can read the highlights and listen to our entire CYInterview:
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Two years ago, Nadia moved to Miami from Mexico and the opportunities starting coming. She’s going to be in a new production, put out by the American, Spanish language, television network Telemundo:
“I really hope to really do the crossover to be more for both markets, Latin American, American market. I actually am producing a TV show too and I have a lot of plans for that and I’m still like doing soap operas and comedy. … This soap opera is gonna be one of the biggest projects for Telemundo. I’m not like, I can’t tell a lot of details about that, but it’s gonna be very entertaining. Because this character, she is a maid and she’s like very afraid of her señora. So it’s gonna be so much fun, because she always do bad things and she always like screw up everything. So it’s comedy and that’s my specialty.”
Given the opportunity to host Fashion for Charity was a great thrill for Nadia. Her effervescent personality shines through, as she continues to accomplish things in the acting world. Hopefully, we will soon see her crossover into English language acting terrain.
“Everything is possible, everything. With the attitude, with the belief that you can do the things, it’s possible. It’s like no matter what the people say, no matter what the obstacles that you think you have, you can go through and you can get it.”
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