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Overview (3)

Born in Caracas, Venezuela
Birth NameArlette Hanoi Torres Danglades
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Arlette Torres is an actress, model and producer. She was born in Caracas to a Martinican mother, Arlette Danglades, and a Venezuelan father, José Torres, an actor. From an early age, Torres found herself immersed in the country's artistic scene. She began her professional work playing theatre for kids and as a storyteller.

Torres graduated from the Universidad Central de Venezuela with a degree in Journalism. In 2002, Torres graduated from Venezuela's National Theatre Company's Acting Program, where she learned the art of physical theatre. In 2005, she moved to Spain, where she took Film Interpretation Courses at the Instituto del Cine in Madrid.

She has continued her training in theatre and in "acting for the camera" workshops with prestigious mentors as John Strasberg, Fernando Colomo, Denise Despeyroux, Beto Benites, Jose Sanchis Sinisterra, Rosa Estevez, Will Keen, Fernando Piernas, Diana Peñalver, Tazmin Townsend, Tapa Sudana, Carlos Cueva, Piotr Borowski, among others.

She has enjoyed a diverse film, theatre and TV career in Europe and Latin America collaborating with international directors such as Tim Miller, Fernando Colomo, FinaTorres, Fernando González Molina, Alejandro Bellame, Gustavo Rondón Córdova or Miguel Ferrari.

Thanks to her role in Margarita Cadenas' film Cenizas eternas (2011), Torres was nominated as Best Supporting Actress at the Venezuelan Film Festival in 2012. In 2014, she presided over the Official Jury at the Huelva Iberoamerican Film Festival.

She resides in Spain and is also a Hatha Yoga instructor. She speaks Spanish, English, Italian and French.

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Trivia (6)

She is daughter of the Venezuelan A-list actor José Torres, who played in more than 50 Spaghetti Western movies, also known as Italo-Westerns, in the 60s and 70s. He was one of the first Latin American actors to work in European Cinema.
She has a degree in Social Communications (Journalism and Mass Media) from the Universidad Central of Venezuela.
Her film "Azul y no tan rosa" aka "My Straight son" won as the Best Iberoamerican Film in Goya Award in 2014.
In 2012, her work was recognized with a nomination as Best Supporting Actress in The Venezuelan Film Festival, for her role in Margarita Cadenas'film "Cenizas Eternas" aka "Eternal Ashes".
At the age of seventeen, she formally began to pursue an acting career. She joined "Teatro Universitario para Niños El Chichón".
Arlette Torres use to work also as a Hatha Yoga instructor.

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