Úrsula Corberó Delgado is a Spanish actress who was born on August 11, 1989. She became known in Spain for her roles as Marta in the comedy Girl’s Night Out (2015), Ruth Gómez in the teen drama series Física o Química (2008–2010), and Margarita de Austria in the historical fiction series Isabel (2014).

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Moreover, her role as Tokyo in the crime drama series Money Heist (2017–2021) made her worldwide famous. She made her Hollywood debut in Snake Eyes (2021), a superhero movie.

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REAL NAME Úrsula Corberó Delgado
NICKNAMEÚrsula Corberó
BORNAugust 11, 1989
AGE34 years old (2023)
BIRTHPLACESant Pere de Vilamajor, Catalonia
NET WORTH$4 million
SPOUSEChino Darín
HEIGHT5 feet 4 inches (163cm)

How was the early life of Úrsula Corberó?

Úrsula Corberó Delgado was born in Sant Pere de Vilamajor, Catalonia. She was the daughter of Pedro Corberó, a carpenter, and shopkeeper Esther Delgado. Sant Pere de Vilamajor is where she was raised. Mónica Corberó is the name of her sister.

Furthermore, She began appearing in commercials at the age of six. She already decided to be an actress at a young age. At thirteen, she landed her first role and started taking acting classes, as well as jazz and flamenco dance classes.

Corberó career

She made her debut in 2002 as Maria in the television series Mirall Trencat. Corberó played Sara in the television series Ventdelplà in 2005–06 and Cuenta atrás in 2007. She started working on the television series Física o química on Antena 3 in 2008 and played Manuela Portillo in El Internado until 2010.

In 2011, she left working for the television series Física o Química. She also filmed the television film Los días de gloria in 2012. However, it was also postponed because of political conflict and eventually broadcast in July 2013. Afterward, she appeared in the third season of Gran Reserva on La 1 as Julia Cortazar.

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Corberó landed a major role in the heist television series La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) in 2017. She appears as Tokyo, the story was about a runway robber who is scouted by the Professor to rob banks. Álex Pina, the author of Vis a Vis, created the series, which is known for its dark humor, its anticapitalist discourse, and the importance of women.

In addition, she appeared in the music video for J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, and Tainy’s songUn Día” (One Day) in 2020. In April 2022, Corberó joined the cast of Lift, an action movie on Netflix that starred Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Kevin Hart, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Paul Anderson. However, The film which was directed by F. Gary Gray was released on January 12, 2023.

Úrsula Corberó personal life

Corberó was romantically involved with actor Israel Rodríguez from 2009 to 2011. Afterward, She dated tennis player Feliciano Lopez for five months. From 2013 to 2016, Corberó was romantically involved with model Andrés Velencoso. Afterward, she started dating actor Chino Darín from 2016 to now. She also starred with him in the TV show “The Embassy“.

She is a feminist. She took part in a video in 2018 advocating for Argentina to legalize abortion. Corberó is the Co-founder of Ymas an organization of artists that gives access to behind-the-scenes tours, movie premieres, and other events. Further, She was appointed as the first global ambassador by the international NGO Save the Children, whose mission is to improve the lives of children everywhere.

How much is Úrsula Corberó worth?

Úrsula Corberó is a rising star actress from Spain who has a net worth of $4 million US dollars. She starred in several more shows, such as “14 de abril. La República”, “Isabel”, and the crime drama series “Money Heist”, which made her well-known throughout the world. Corberó debuted in Hollywood in the 2021 superhero movie “Snake Eyes”.

Furthermore, Her main source of income is from acting, modeling, and brand ambassador. She has donated lots of her income to charity. It is believed that her worth will rise in the future as she continues her career in acting.

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