Adriana Sofía Ugarte Pardal (Madrid, January 17, 1985) is a Spanish actress, known for her performances in series such as La Señora or El tiempo entre costuras and in films such as Julieta.
Early Life of Adriana Ugarte:
Adriana Ugarte was born in Madrid on January 17, 1985. Her mother, Yolanda Pardal writes novels and plays, while her father is a magistrate. It should be noted that she comes from an artistic family. She studied at the Colegio Nuestra Señora del Pilar in Madrid (Marianistas).
Personal Information of Adriana Ugarte:
Full Name: Adriana Sofía Ugarte Pardal
Nick Name: Adriana Ugarte
Birth Date: January 17, 1985
Birth Place: Madrid, Spain
Sun sign: Capricorn
Father: Luís Manuel Ugarte Oterino
Mother: María Yolanda Pardal
Sister: Not Known
Brother: Not Known
Height: 5’ 4” – 163 cm
Weight: 55 kg – 121 lbs
Bra (Breast) Size: 32B
Waist Size: 27
Hip Size: 34
Shoe Size: 7 (US)
Dress Size:6 (US)
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Body Type: Slim
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Net Worth(approx.): $ 1 million
Active from: 2001-present
Professional Life of Adriana Ugarte:
Ugarte debuted in the short Mala espina (2001), directed by Belén Macías, and won one of the awards at the Alcalá de Henares Short Film Festival. Adriana Ugarte, who combined her interpretation and dance classes with a Philosophy career, has participated in series such as Police, in the heart of the street (Antena 3) or Central Hospital (Telecinco).
In 2006, at the age of twenty-one, she was nominated for the Goya for Best New Actress for her role as Consuelo in the film Cabeza de perro, directed by Santi Amodeo.
It was two years later, in 2008, when the series La Señora (La 1) was released and Ugarte, who played the main character (Victoria Márquez), gained great popularity.
That same year, she also participated in the movie The Hangman Game, along with Clara Lago and Álvaro Cervantes. Then came Cardboard Castles (2010), a film directed by Salvador García Ruiz and co-starring with Nilo Mur and Biel Durán, and Lo Contrary to Love (2011), co-starring with Hugo Silva. She also participated in the miniseries Niños robados (Telecinco), in which she plays Susana.
In 2013, two years after filming ended, El tiempo entre costuras (Antena 3) premiered, the series based on the novel by the writer María Dueñas and starring Ugarte in the role of Sira Quiroga / Arish Agoriuq, getting a great audience success on Spanish television. That same year he also starred in the video clip for the song Llegará by Antonio Orozco.
In June 2014, he received the Ciudad de Huesca Award for his projection as a performer in the Spanish film industry.
In 2015 she was one of the protagonists of Palmeras en la Nieve alongside actors such as Mario Casas, Emilio Gutierrez Caba or Macarena García.
In 2017, she shot the film El sistema solar, produced and directed by Peru; and that same year she starred in the short film How much. Beyond the money she was part of the creative agency MRM // McCann campaign.
In 2018 she was one of the protagonists of the French film Amoureux da ma femme. Film directed by Daniel Auteuil and in which Sandrine Kiberlain and Gérard Depardieu also participate.
That same year, Guerra 3, a sound fiction from the Podium Podcast, starring Adriana Ugarte herself and features, among others, the actor Carlos Bardem, is also released. Guerra 3 currently has 2 seasons and the third and last is pending release.
In 2018 he starred in the film During the Storm, under the direction of Oriol Paulo. This film premiered on November 30, 2018 in Spain and had a great box office success in China, for which it was re-released in Spain in the month April 2019.
On May 8, 2019, she starred with Vanesa Martín in the video clip of the song De tus ojos by Vanesa Martín herself and which is produced by Carlos Jean. On November 1, 2019, Hache trained on Netflix. Series produced by Weekend Studio in which Adriana Ugarte plays Helena, a prostitute. The second season of the series will train in late 2020.