Maria Valverde - Quotes

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I adore Madrid. It's my city. If I ever move, it will only be for work. Whenever I travel, I always want to get back home.

I adore Madrid. It's my city. If I ever move, it will only be for work. Whenever I travel, I always want to get back home.

In Madrid, there's a big street in the centre called Callao. I remember being there with my mum and pointing to one of the big film posters and saying, 'I want to be up there.' That was my dream, and I got it. ---->>>

When I am in Madrid, I just like to see my friends and walk around the city. I go to the school where my mum works and help out. My plan B, if acting doesn't work out, is to work with disabled children. ---->>>

My best actress of all time is Kate Winslet. I want to be just like her. 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' is one of my favourite films. ---->>>

I would never want to model as my career, but fashion is my hobby. When you love what you're wearing, you feel good. I also love the extravagance of John Galliano for a big occasion. But I'm very bad with following trends. ---->>>

I always say: you're not going to find Hollywood. Hollywood will find you! But I'm ready for it: for Hollywood, for Bollywood, for everything! ---->>>

My plan B, if acting doesn't work out, is to work with disabled children. ---->>>

Biography

Maria Valverde profile (maria-valverde.jpg)
Nationality: Spanish
Born: 03-24, 1987
Birthplace: Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Occupation: Actress

María Valverde Rodríguez (born 24 March 1987, Carabanchel, Madrid) is a Spanish actress. At age 16, Valverde had a major role in The Weakness of the Bolshevik (La Flaqueza del Bolchevique), for which she won the 2003 Goya Award for Best New Actress. Her other films include Melissa P., based on the book One Hundred Strokes of the Brush Before Bed by Melissa Panarello, and Tres Metros Sobre el Cielo as Babi (wikipedia)