Silvia Kal came to Los Angeles from her hometown, Madrid, and her career has been raising non-stop since. She has been the Woman of The Week by GQ magazine, A Woman We Love by Esquire magazine, one of the 28 Influential Women’s in Latinamerica by Spanish Influential magazine, and the woman of the month that Men’s Health magazine Mexico published on its pages.
Silvia is currently the image of the bikini line Swim By Judit and has worked for brands such as Google, Sony, Natura Bisse, and many others.
She has appeared in a number of films, short films, music videos and commercials.
We have seen her playing the psychologist of David Bisbal, one of the biggest singers in Spain and Latin America, racing cars against Snoop Dogg, playing a soldier in the commercial of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s video game Mobile Strike, and lately, she was one of the leads in the series Crypto Game.
What was the hardest part about getting where you are today?
It's all hard! Moving to a country where you don't know anyone, you're not perfectly fluent in the language, you´re unfamiliar with the industry, the culture, and the basics of getting through the day. When I first started auditioning, I couldn't even get the words out of my mouth properly and that also made me really nervous. Eventually you learn, and when you learn you stop being nervous and start getting bold.
What actors inspire you?
Many, especially Penelope Cruz, Sofia Vergara, Antonio Banderas... Hispanic, all with accents, whose talent and hard work made them impossible to ignore or classify as “just for the Latin market.” They´ve opened new doors as crossover talents who´ve broken out of the small boxes Hollywood´s Latin actors used to be locked in.
What is your favorite season and why?
Summer! I love the good weather, the beach, being outdoors, and wearing light clothes.
What is your definition of the word, Beauty?
To me there’s nothing more beautiful than what is natural. Also, a good attitude is the most beautiful thing.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine you shall like to share? I started to dance when I started to walk. Dancing is something I'll always do for sure. I also walk a lot. If I have time I walk for 3 hours in a row. It makes me feel so good and relaxed. In the weekends I play beach volleyball, it became one of my favorite hobbies!
Apart from that, I love being outdoors either riding my bike along the beach, hiking, jumping waves on the beach, and sometimes I take classes at the gym with a Spanish friend I actually met at the gym and her name is Silvia too.
Photographers: Cesar Uribe and Michel Pinto
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