Úrsula Corberó Delgado (born 11 August 1989) is a Spanish actress, best known for her roles as Ruth in the Antena 3 series Physique ou chimie (2008), Margarita de Austria en Isabel (2011), Esther Salinas in the series La embajada and Tokyo in the television series Money Heist (2017). Corberó debuted as Maria in television series Mirall trencat (2002) in 2002. She appeared as Sara in Ventdelplà (2005) in 2005-06, and in series Countdown (2007) in 2007. In 2008, she portrayed Manuela Portillo in series The Boarding School (2007) and began working on the Antena 3 television series Physique ou chimie (2008). Her character, Ruth Gomez, suffered from bulimia. The series attracted a lot of controversy but Corberó has been critically acclaimed for her outstanding performance. Úrsula Corberó appeared in several movies such as horror film XP3D, comedy Quien mató a Bambi? and Perdiendo el norte alongside the actors Blanca Suárez and Yon González. Cómo sobrevivir a una despedida (2015) is her first main role in a movie and confirmed she’s one of the best comical actresses of Spain. In 2017 she starred in the heist TV series Money Heist (2017). The series first aired in Spain, and was later made available internationally through Netflix. The actress received a nomination for Best Actress in a TV Series at the Premios Feroz. Later this year, she was given her first main dramatic role in cinema by Julio Medem. The Tree of Blood (2018) is a thriller and Corberó is Rebecca, a mysterious woman who, along with her husband, discover secrets from her family. The actress was also directed by Isabel Coixet for the movie Proyecto tiempo (2017): La Llave. The film debuted at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller