Regina Villaverde is very clear about her professional objective after having played Gloria Trevi in her biographical series
Regina Villaverde plays Gloria Trevi when he is between 14 and 21 years old in the series ‘They are me: Gloria Trevi’which premieres this Monday, September 4 at 9:30 p.m. on Las Estrellas.
Regina is a young actress from Mexico Citydebuted in the media with the biographical series ‘Ellas soy yo: Gloria Trevi’ and was selected during the castings that Carla Estrada did around the country to find a young woman with features similar to those of the interpreter of ‘Old Shoes’ in her adolescence.
Although Trevi’s biographical series marked Regina’s debut, the young woman’s plans are to continue preparing to achieve a solid acting career.
“I am very happy that my first experience in acting is play Gloria Trevi; It has been quite a challenge, I am very excited because with this my career beginsI am going to continue preparing myself a lot and I hope you like my work. I have had a very nice response from the public, I receive very nice and positive messages; That they recognize me and ask me for photos is very cool, I am grateful to all those who are supporting me, ”she said in an interview for the printed version of TV and novels.
Regina Villaverde identifies with Gloria Trevi for a very special reason
At her young age, Regina Villaverde did not know the story of Gloria Trevi; However, when she began to prepare her character she identified with the singer for a very special reason, and that is that both they fight for their dreams.
“I didn’t know her story much, but as I got to know her I became her fan. I had several months of intense preparation, studying his way of being and personality, his music, his history, his life, and it was incredible because I have a very beautiful stage that many do not know about, which is when he still lives in Monterrey and begins with the dream of being an artist; She comes to Mexico City to fight for her dreams, for what she longed for since she was little, with her difficulties, ”said the young interpreter.