See what Laura Londoño looked like in her first film – Nueva Mujer


With more than three decades of experience on television in his native Colombia, Laura Londono has managed to establish itself as one of the most famous faces and dear by the public.

However, although the small screen has been the stage where the actress emerged and established herself as a star, is not the only one who has stepped on during his long and successful career.

Throughout her journey, the actress has also stood out with his impeccable performance in important film productions since its premiere on the big screen.

Laura Londoño’s appearance when she debuted in feature films

In 2014, after years making his way on the small screen, Londoño made the leap to feature films through the front door with a starring role in a Hollywood production.

It was about Escobar: paradise losta crime and drama film starring the famous Puerto Rican actor Benicio, the bull and the american Josh hutcherson.

The film, set in the 1980s, follows the life of a canadian surfer that falls in love a young woman named Maria while visiting his brother in Colombia.

What he did not imagine was that the woman who stole his heart She was the niece of the once most wanted Colombian drug trafficker in the world: Pablo Escobar.

Within the thriller filmed in Panama in 2013, the first feature film by Italian Andrea Di Stefano, Londoño shone giving life to María Victorythe wife of the capo of the Medellin Cartel.

In the film, premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, the actress demonstrated in each of her scenes his great talent, dedication and dedication to his character.

As he has said in several interviews, his experience in this film also written by Di Stefano—the first after acting in a couple of short films— professionally marked it.

In addition, It opened wide the doors for him in the cinematographic world.

In fact, after her film debut, Laura Londoño has acted in several film projects alongside her television career, such as the acclaimed film The oblivion that we will be (2020).

Currently, the 34-year-old interpreter is enjoying the highest point of her career with her performance in the homonymous reversal of woman-fragranced coffee (2021).



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