Karla Souza Biography and Wiki
Karla Souza born Karla Susana Olivares Souza is a Mexican-American actress best known for her roles as Laurel Castillo on ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder and Marina Hayworth on ABC’s Home Economics. She has also appeared in several films and received numerous awards. Souza made her television debut on the Mexican telenovela Verano de Amor in 2009. Later, she appeared in the Mexican sitcoms Los Héroes del Norte and La Clnica.
Karla Souza Education
Souza first studied acting at Centro de Educación Artistica, a Televisa-run acting school in Mexico City. She graduated with a bachelor’s in acting from France.
Karla Souza Age
How old is she? Karla is 36 years old as of 2021 She was born Karla Susana Olivares Souza on 11 December 1985 in Mexico City, Mexico, the United Kingdom.
Karla Souza Height and Measurements
Souza the actress stands at a height of 5feet 4inches. However, details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Cassidy Freeman
Karla Souza Nationality
Karla Souza Parents and Family
She was born in Mexico City, Mexico, the United Kingdom the daughter of a Chilean (father) and a Mexican mother. She was born alongside her two siblings Jeronimo Souza and Monica Souza. However, attempts to establish the identities of his family, his mother, and his father was in vain since no information about them is available to the public. We will keep you posted once we come across this information.
Karla Souza Married| Husband
Karla was first engaged to Marshall Trenkmann in December 2013. The two later married in May of 2014. They have two children: Gianna, a daughter, and Luka, a son.
Karla Souza How to Get Away with Murder
How to Get Away with Murder is an American legal thriller television series where she starred in as Laurel Castillo playing the role of a resourceful Keating 5 member whose distant, a wealthy father is the kingpin of an organized crime empire. The series follows Viola Davis stars as Annalise Keating, a law professor at a prestigious Philadelphia university who, with five of her students, becomes entwined in a murder plot. The series featured an ensemble cast with Alfred Enoch, Jack Falahee, Aja Naomi King, Matt McGorry, and Karla Souza as Keating’s students.
Karla Souza Home Economics
Souza starred as Marina in Home Economics is an American sitcom television series, playing the role of a former lawyer who is Tom’s wife, now raising their three children as a stay-at-home mom. Souza described her character as “very blunt and just speaks her mind” and went on to say about Marina’s relationship with Sarah’s wife Denise that “Sasheer and I also have great chemistry and they definitely wrote to that. It’s a pair developed throughout the season.
Karla Souza Instructions Not Included
Instructions Not Included is a 2013 Mexican comedy-drama film where Karla featured as Jackie. The film follows a Mexican playboy who is suddenly saddled with a love child at his doorstep and sets off to Los Angeles to find the mother.
Karla Souza Career
Souza made her television debut on the Mexican telenovela Verano de Amor in 2009. She went on to appear in the Mexican sitcoms Los Héroes del Norte and La Clnica. From Prada to Nada is one of her film roles; in 2013, she was also in two Mexican box office hits, Nosotros Los Nobles and Instructions Not Included. Souza relocated to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue English-language film and television roles. She was cast as law student Laurel Castillo in the Shonda Rhimes-produced legal drama series How to Get Away with Murder, opposite Viola Davis. Souza graced the cover of Women’s Health in February 2015. Souza has played Marina in the sitcom Home Economics since 2021.
Karla Souza’s Net Worth
Karla Souza has a net worth of 1.5$ Million.
Karla TV Shows and Movies
- 1993 – Aspen Extreme
- 2010 – El efecto tequila
- 2011 – From Prada to Nada
- 2012 – Suave patria
- 2013 – Nosotros Los Nobles
- 2013 – Instruction Not Included
- 2014 – El Crimen del Cacaro Gumaro
- 2015 – Sundown
- 2016 – Que culpa tiene el nino
- 2017 – Everybody Loves Somebody
- 2018 – The Jesuit
- 2019 – Jacob Ladder
- 2020 – The Sleepover
- 2022 – Voy a Pasarmelo bien
- 2022 – Day Shift
- 2008 – Terminales
- 2009 – Verano de amor
- 2010 – Persons Unknown
- 2010-11 – Los Heroes del Norte
- 2011 – Niino Santo
- 2012 – La Clinica
- 2014-20 – How To Get Away With Murder
- 2016 – Whose Line Is It Anyway
- 2020 – El Presidente
- 2021-present – Home Economics