Úrsula Corberó Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Education, Relationship, Career, TV Shows & Movies, Awards, Net Worth

Úrsula Corberó’s Bio

Úrsula Corberó is a renowned Spanish actress known for her captivating performances in various film and television productions like “Girl’s Night Out” (2015), the Netflix smash hit “Money Heist” (2017-2021) as Tokyo and “Lift” (2024).

Úrsula Corberó Age

Born Úrsula Corberó Delgado on 11 August 1989, in Sant Pere de Vilamajor, Spain, she will be turning 35 years old in 2024.

Úrsula Corberó Height and Weight

She is approximately 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall, with a weight of around 54 kg that complements her stature.

Úrsula Corberó’s Family

Úrsula Corberó was born to Esther Delgado (mother), a shopkeeper and Pedro Corberó (father), a carpenter. She has a sister named Mónica Corberó.

Úrsula Corberó with her parents

Úrsula Corberó Education

She graduated from EÒLIA Centre Superior d’Art Dramàtic, a drama school in Barcelona, Spain.

Úrsula Corberó’s Relationship

Úrsula Corberó’s love life has seen her share the spotlight with other stars. From 2009 to 2011, she dated actor Israel Rodríguez. Tennis player Feliciano López then stole her heart for five months in 2011. Finally, model Andrés Velencoso swept her off her feet from 2013 to 2016. Since then, she’s found lasting love with Argentine actor Chino Darín, thanks to their on-set connection in “The Embassy.”

Úrsula Corberó with Chino Darin

Úrsula Corberó’s Career

Úrsula Corberó made her debut as Maria in the TV series “Mirall Trencat” in 2002. She played Sara in “Ventdelplà” (2005-2006) and appeared in the series “Cuenta atrás” in 2007. In 2008, she portrayed Manuela Portillo in “El Internado” and starred in the Antena 3 series “Física o química” until 2010.

After leaving Física o química in 2011, Corberó secured a main role in Televisión Española‘s drama series “14 de Abril. La República.” In the same year, she starred in the horror film “XP3D” with her Física o Química co-star Maxi Iglesias. Despite a significant promotional campaign, the film failed to impress critics.

In 2012, Corberó filmed the television movie “Los días de Gloria” and broadcast in July 2013. She also joined the third season of La 1‘s series “Gran Reserva” as Julia Cortazar. That year, she appeared in the Catalan TV movie “Volare” directed by Joaquín Oristrell and participated in the horror film “Afterparty”. Towards the end of the year, she travelled to Colombia to shoot “Crimen con Vista al Mar” with Carmelo Gómez.

In 2013, she starred in the comedy “¿Quién mató a Bambi?” alongside Clara Lago and Quim Gutiérrez. Corberó also lent her voice to Sam in “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” the same year.

In 2014, she played Margarita de Austria in the successful historical series “Isabel” and received the Untameable Award at the Sitges Film Festival for her career. Men’s Health magazine named her Woman of the Year. The following year, Corberó starred in “La Dama Velata“, a Spanish-Italian co-production, and played Natalia de Figueroa y Martorell in the Spanish sitcom “Anclados”.

In March 2015, she played Nadia in “Perdiendo el Norte” alongside Blanca Suárez and Yon González. She received the Ciudad de Alicante Award that year to encourage Spanish young talents. In December 2015, Corberó took on a main role in the thriller series “La Embajada“, presented at Cannes during MIPTV and bought by the American network UniMás.

In 2015, she also landed her first leading role in the movie “Cómo sobrevivir a una Despedida“, establishing herself as one of the best comical actresses in Spain. The film competed at the Málaga Film Festival and was nominated for Best Picture. In 2016, she reprised her role as Margarita de Austria in the movie “La Corona Partida“, a continuation of the series “Isabel” and “Carlos, Rey Emperador“. That year, she also voiced Katie in “The Secret Life of Pets“.

In 2017, Corberó gained widespread recognition for her main role in the heist television series “La Casa de Papel” (“Money Heist“), playing Tokyo. The series became a global hit, winning Best Drama Series at the 46th International Emmy Awards. Corberó received nominations for Best Actress in a TV Series at the Premios Feroz and won an ATV Award for Best Actress.

In 2018, she took her first English-speaking role in the American crime-drama series “Snatch”, starring alongside Rupert Grint and Luke Pasqualino. In 2019, she made a guest appearance as herself in the Spanish comedy series “Paquita Salas“. In 2020, Corberó starred in the music video for “Un Día” (One Day), a song by J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, and Tainy.

In late 2019, she was cast as the Baroness in “Snake Eyes“, a spin-off from the “G.I. Joe” franchise, which was released in 2021. In April 2022, Corberó joined the cast of Netflix‘s action film “Lift” In September 2022, she was announced as the lead in Netflix’s miniseries “Burning Body” (“El cuerpo en llamas“), based on a true story.

Since October 2018, Corberó has been the ambassador of the “Fiorever” collection by Bulgari. She has been associated with several brands over the years, such as Tampax, Stradivarius, Maybelline, Calzedonia, and Falabella. In 2020, she posed for the French fashion designer Simon Porte Jacquemus during the #JacquemusAtHome campaign. In 2021, she became the global ambassador of the Japanese cosmetics producer, Shiseido.

Corberó is considered a fashion icon and received attention for her Teresa Helbig dress at the 30th Goya Awards, showcasing a lateral opening that revealed her leg. She is Catalan but remains neutral on the Catalan independence movement. Following the 2017 Catalan independence referendum, she expressed being “heartbroken” by the ensuing police violence.

In May 2018, Corberó became the most-followed Spanish celebrity on Instagram, with over 5 million followers at the time. As of now, she has over 20 million followers. Corberó is a feminist and participated in a video supporting the legalization of abortion in Argentina in 2018. Corberó is the co-founder of Ymas, a company that allows people to attend film premieres, behind-the-scenes events, and more.

She has also participated in breast cancer awareness campaigns alongside actresses Blanca Suárez and Clara Lago. Additionally, she is involved in raising awareness about childhood cancer through the Atresmedia Foundation.

Corberó uses her platform to raise awareness about climate change and was a jury member of the 4th edition of the We Art Water Film Festival. In 2020, she participated in the #REInventaElSistema campaign launched by Greenpeace to raise awareness about climate change following the COVID-19 pandemic. She was joined by personalities like anthropologist Jane Goodall, singer Alejandro Sanz, and actress Elena Anaya. In July 2023, Corberó became the first global ambassador of the international NGO Save The Children, dedicated to improving the lives of children worldwide.

Úrsula Corberó TV Shows & Movies

Some of her notable TV shows and movies include:

  • “Isabel” (2012-2014)
  • “Afterparty” (2013)
  • “Girl’s Night Out” (2015)
  • “Off Course” (2015)
  • “La embajada” (2016)
  • “The Secret Life of Pets 2” (Spanish voice for Daisy) (2016)
  • “Snatch” (2017-2018)
  • “Money Heist (La Casa de Papel)” (2017-2021) as Tokyo
  • “Snake Eyes” (2021)
  • “Burning Body” (2023)
  • “Lift” (2024)
Úrsula Corberó in the film Lift

Úrsula Corberó’s Awards

Corberó has received acclaim for her performances and some of her accolades include;

  • ‘Espíritu Indomable’ Award at the 47th Sitges Film Festival (2014)
  • Best Actress in “Money Heist” at the 20th Iris Awards (2018)
  • Best Actress in a TV Series in “Burning Body” at the 70th Ondas Awards (2023)
Úrsula Corberó as Tokyo

Úrsula Corberó’s Net Worth

Úrsula Corberó has an estimated net worth of $4 million, which reflects her success in the entertainment industry.

Corberó has established herself as one of the most prominent Spanish actresses of her generation. Her captivating performances and willingness to take on diverse roles have garnered her international acclaim and a dedicated fan base. As she continues to explore new creative avenues, Úrsula promises to captivate audiences and solidify her place as a global acting force for years to come.

Úrsula Corberó’s Socials


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