What do you like most about your career?
Learning from the characters, undressing them until I can understand their soul.
These characters heal me because they help me to see life from a different perspective. When I give life to a character I can feel and understand their view of life and I get rid of any judgment I may have regarding their situation. Acting thus becomes a liberating exercise, I feel it is a catharsis that heals the soul and makes me more complete as a human being.
How was your experience as a local TV host?
I started as a host of a local health TV show on TV10 Chiapas. Four months later I was given a segment within the local mid-day news show which at the time was the highest rated program on the channel, the segment was called “Online with Argelia” where I covered social media content. Two of the most recognizable journalists in Chiapas were the anchors of this show, it was undoubtedly a great team, we also had as part of the team a teacher of Tzotzil origin who delivered the news in dialect for the indigenous community of the state. We also started traveling every weekend to broadcast the show from different places within Chiapas to promote Tourism. A few months later I would join the desk on air as a headliner along with the other two journalists to discuss the issues of the day.
What role has impacted you the most and why?
I believe that each role has impacted me differently, but giving life to Sergeant Rodriguez in the Mucho Corazon series was undoubtedly been one of the most significant roles I’ve ever had because it portrays a strong yet kind woman who also knows what she wants and how to get it.
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