Magazine article Variety

Aura GARRIDO

Magazine article Variety

Aura GARRIDO

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IMMEDIATE DIVERSIFICATION

Since breaking through with 2010's "Plans for Tomorrow," Aura Garrido has proved chameleonic, moving from the maturebeyond-her-years teen in Juana Macias' "Plans" to the moping granddaughter in Jorge Sanchez-Cabezudo's Canal Plus España original series "Crematorium" to the actress who energizes a film director's life in Jonas Trueba's "The Wishful Thinkers." "An actress's career involves a large element of luck, and I've been lucky enough to be given (a range of) roles," she says.

BUSY CALL SHEET

The 24-year-old Madrid native has scored plum parts in big Spanish primetime TV dramas, like "Imperium" and "Crematorium." But she's also eagerly sought after by Spain's emerging generation of movie directors, whether for upscale mainstream fare - Javier Ruiz Caldera's "Ghost Promotion," a Fox North and Latin America pick-up; and Oriol Paulo's "The Body," from "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar - or arthouse pics such as TVueba's "Thinkers. …

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