Tania Watson is a leading film and television actress. She is known for The Minions of Midas (2020), Carga (2018) and The Head (2020). She plays an important character in the second season of the series THE HEAD (premiered on HBO Max on the 22nd of December). She has won Best Actress Award for CARGA at the Heart of England Film Festival and nominated for Best Actress for PRIMAN LOS BESOS at FIBABC.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Tania Watson an exceptionally talented film and television actress here she talks about her fitness routine, her diet, her beauty secrets and success story.
Where were you born? You did higher studies, EAC from 2005 to 2009. You had training in 2010 Shakespeare, LAMDA, and Royal Shakespeare Company, John Link, in 2012 CNTC Spanish Classical Theatre. Natalia Menendez, Vicente Fuentes, Rennier Pinero, and from 2017-19 Direction of actors. With Maria Ripoll, Miguel Ángel Vivas and Manuel Martín Cuenca. This later propelled your career to the height where you have been at the top of the world of acting and won the Best Actress Award for CARGA at the Heart of England Film Festival. Tell us more about your professional journey of exceptional hard work, tenacity, and endurance.
I was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. My father is from Canarias and my mother is English. It sounds like a lot, but it doesn’t seem like it’s enough for me. I’m proud of every step I took and I’ve learned from every experience, whether is learning what I want or what I don’t want. Acting is a beautiful profession yet is also very emotionally draining.
I’ve had to learn a lot about myself and still learning how to be patient. A lot of actors give up along the way, and I don’t blame them, I’ve had my doubts too… I’ve had to look away and not obsess about it, maybe give it a little break. Actually my workout routine and my training in martial arts have kept me grounded on many occasions when I wanted to give up. Right now I’m experiencing one of my happiest moments in my field, and I hope that keeps on growing.
You acted in the film CARGA (2018) and won the Best Actress Award at the Heart of England Film Festival. Tell us more about this spectacular achievement of yours.
I started this project thanks to director Yad Deen, who has been a dear friend and colleague for many years. I made good Kurdish friends and it’s one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. Probably that reads in the final cut of the film, which made it win so many awards and recognitions around the world. I’m really proud of each and every member of the team.
You have acted in the television series The Minions of Midas (2020), and Now and Then (2022) and also play an important character in the second season of the series THE HEAD (premiered on HBO Max on the 22nd of December 2022). Tell us more about your role in the upcoming series and the professional quench as an actress you achieve in working in these award-winning earlier television series.
I’m really excited about the release of The Head, it has been one of my favorite roles to play. Erika is a determined, strategic woman. Intelligent and good hearted. Also quite lonely and shy, keeping it all to herself.
She tries her best to keep her emotions under control so as soon as the story unravels she’s going to have to work hard not to lose it! I’m so proud of all my colleagues; they’ve done such an amazing job. I’m really honored to have worked with them and hope will do again. I believe that being surrounded by such talented actors made me want to do my best.
You are the leading film actress, television star, and theater artist. How do you manage such a remarkable multi-dimensional lifestyle?
Seeing it written like this sounds like a lot! But I can’t get enough… I guess it takes time to build your routine and get to be efficient with the time that you have. Giving myself treats and rewards also keeps me pushing forward. I set small goals to achieve throughout the day, that way it makes me feel more productive and keeps me going wanting for more and wanting to reach higher objectives.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine you may wish to share?
I started my passion for working out only about 7 years ago. Before it was just something I had to do to feel healthier. In my experience having to learn a specific discipline, in my case martial arts, makes it easier to then want to have a better body so I can train further in my art. I work a lot of flexibility, especially on my hips and hamstrings and train weights especially on my upper body.
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