castle kit It already adds more than 30 years of career. The actress had spent different moments in her life and it was in the United States where she found the job opportunities she was looking for even though the cost was leaving her. family in mexico.
star like movies same moon (2008) and series such as queen of the south (2011) opens the new season of TAP Professional Actors Workshops, headed by Oscar Orwell.
the hero of the story ungovernable She said that it is a great honor for her to start the new season of the program due to the number of distinguished guests who have passed in the other editions.
Kate del Castillo’s career began in commercials and other secondary productions, but took off when she starred in a telenovela. Young girls, on TV. Then go to large and small screen productions such as in (1997), American family (2002), American visa (2005), Visitors (2014) and Bad boys for life (2020).
Her beginnings and what her life has been like so far are some of the points that the Mexican will address in the programme.
Both its successes and its failed products said they felt proud, because they took it to where it is today.
Regarding the season 11 premiere of TAP Workshop for Professional Actors, today at 7:00 p.m. on Canal One, Kate del Castillo spoke in an interview with the list About his career and Job opportunities that exist today in the audiovisual world.
La Lista: Was your father’s name, Eric del Castillo, a heavyweight in your career?
Kate del Castillo (KdC): I would say it opened the doors for me. They usually like my dad a lot in the environment because he had a nice and clean profession.
More than just closing doors, If he doesn’t open it to me, it’s because my dad didn’t want me to be an actress at first. It didn’t help me much, but He didn’t ban me or stop me either. To the bare minimum he never came out to ask for a job for me at all.
It didn’t bother me at all because it shouldn’t bother me, but if I say “Oh, how did that help me!” , Okey, no. It helped me in the sense that people knew he was a good guy.
Q: What does that mean to you Young girls?
KDC: Young girls It is one of the best memories I have. I was 17 and that was great for me because I wanted to be an actress and I didn’t get such a big opportunity.
I did several movies and commercials, I was even driving, but what I wanted was to be an actress. Then all of a sudden I was like The protagonist on Televisa, which at the time was one of the few options we had as actors.
That was very cool and it was also a success. I remember my dad telling me he couldn’t believe when I got home loading all the seasons because they already gave me a character. He didn’t even know he was doing the audition, and he wasn’t even aware of it!
Q: How have you seen your development since then Young girlspass same moon reach to queen of the south?
KdC: All of my products have been learning. TV series have given me so much learning, friendships, and so many wonderful people.
For all that I have been through and been through, both in my personal and professional life, It was amazing to see this development in projects and opportunities Which is finally starting makes sense to me.
For me for a long time, that meant fighting to be counted in the cinema. It happened and what you want at least is not to stop working and do what you love most. Not because the projects you’ve done have gone well or badly, but because I live by what I do, from my career, and this is success for me.
Q: What do you think of the end of singularities in Mexico?
KdC: It was a really old thing and I think nothing else happened in Mexico like that; It was the only country where the only way to live was restricted when you were an actor.
Televisa and Tv Azteca each had exclusive benefits. If you leave with the other, you can’t work, and they punish you, it was really crazy. We are actors and we will go where they treat us better, pay us and give us work. Often the actors on Televisa have stopped acting for a long time and had to go somewhere else, which is why they crucified you.
there’s the The difference between the platformsAll they want is Contents. There’s a lot of work out there now, yeah, that I think right now we need actors to do a lot of work there. This is a blessing for all actors and everyone who lives from this as writers, producers, musicians and others.
Q: Does the diversity of digital platforms allow for more professionalization of actors?
KdC: Certainly because there are many opportunities to make different types of characters. For example, I will have three or four projects on different platforms that are completely different from each other. This allows a person to learn and do different things.
That’s the fun and wonderful thing about being an actor, and playing characters who are completely different from you; With people you don’t agree with why they act one way or the other and you still have to put yourself in their shoes. Platforms are now giving us that because there is a lot of work to do.
Q: What is the biggest difficulty in your career?
KdC: Without a doubt, to separate myself from my family and my country in an effort to find new opportunities because I didn’t find them in Mexico. That was the hardest thing, as I had to start from scratch when I came to the States.
I cried many times and said ‘I’ll be back’, but I took the baton and have nothing but gratitude that they gave me opportunities I never had in my country.
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