Patricia Castañeda est une Actrice Colombienne née le 16 février 1977 à Cali (Colombie)
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Nom de naissance Patricia CastanedaNationalité ColombieNaissance 16 février 1977
(43 ans) à Cali (Colombie
Patricia Castañeda (born February 16, 1978) is a Colombian actress. Patricia was born in the town of Cali, Colombia. While in school, Castañeda was asked to audition for a children's show called La Brújula Mágica she got the part and hosted the show for over 4 years and quit the studies in architecture. After that she landed the lead character in the TV Series Tiempos Dificiles and was nominee for best actress in the Cartagena Film Festival (Festival de Cine de Cartagena). She then moved to New York City and studied acting in HB Studio for 3 years at the same time that she took creative writing courses with Robert Auleta in School of Visual Arts.
Caracol TV called her back to join the cast of the year's best comedy Pecados Capitales. Then came the lead role in La Saga, La Tormenta and her first film: Otros directed by Oscar Campo. In 2006 was cast as Valeria, a small role in the movie Satanas directed by Andi Baiz, the reporter in the short film Ciudad Cronica which won at the Bogotá Film Festival, and Grand Lady in the Film Love in the Time of Cholera directed by Mike Newell. On 2004 became one of the first celebrities to take part in a reality show; Desafio 2004 together with El Pibe Valderrama. In 2009 she was cast in the comedy show Camara cafe and on 2010 joined the TV series Los Caballeros las Prefieren Brutas the first original series made by Sony Entertainment Television playing the role of Hannah de la Aspriella. 0n 2011, Sony Entertainment Television started shooting the second season, where Patricia will give life to Hannah again.
Patricia is one of the few, if not the only, actress who has published her writings. She started writing for SoHo magazine in 2004, and was asked to have her own column: El Closet. The column was somehow irreverent and very free spirit maybe due to her New York stories, and created controversy all over the country. She talked without mystery about partying in the 21st century, love, sex and romance. On 2005 she wrote her first book Manual para Salir de la Tusa (Guide to get over heart breaks) a funny and satirical piece, published by Editorial Norma, a best seller for over a year in Colombia. Sporadic articles for News Papers and magazine came along until the newspaper El País published one short story "El Palo de Golf" which later made part of a series of 10 short stories La noche del Demonio (The Night of the Demon), published in 2007 by Villegas Editores. For a year an a half she wrote a column in la Revista Cromos magazine: Profundamente light, where using her freshness and kind of naive way of approaching live, she pictured today's way of relating girls have to have nice legs, nice smiles and a nice brain.
On December 2010, Patricia published her first novel, Virginia Casta, with Villegas Editores. This novel which took her one-year to write is a romantic comedy, with a witty and very romantic taste that puts the protagonist in a daunting situation when she finds out, by the tarot reading given by her grandmother, that she will drawn, loose her job and marry the other guy. so far, Virginia Casta is already in second edition.
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