Here you will find the profiles of directors, producers, audiovisual producers, actors, technical staff, etc. That by their trajectory and recognition have a prominent place in the national cinema.

Actor / Actress

Carolina Gómez

Born in Cali, Colombia on February 26, 1976. Television personality, model and one of the country’s best known and best loved actresses. At 19, Carolina represented Bogotá in the National Beauty Contest and was elected Miss Colombia. A year later she was first runner-up at the Miss Universe pageant.
Carolina spent her early childhood with her family in the United States before returning to Bogotá where she finished high school and began a career in television at age 16, replacing comedian Jaime Garzón as host of the program “Loco videos”. She also had a successful modeling career in Miami and Italy and lent her image to campaigns for important brands such as Avon, Azaleia Latin America, Agua Cristal, Dorado Soap, Colseguros, Jolie De Vogue, Richi Hosiery, Alpina and many others. Her fluent English and ease in front of a camera led her to a position as producer at Vista Productions and major television hosting jobs such as “Stars”, the Academy Awards, the Latin and Anglo Grammy Awards, “A Night at the Playboy Mansion” and a number of health and beauty programs.
In 2004, Gómez made her acting debut in the Canal Caracol soap “El auténtico Rodrigo Leal” and went on to star in one of Latin America’s most successful soaps, "La Viuda de la Mafia" (2005) produced by RCN Televisión. She later starred in “Marido a sueldo” (RCN Televisión); co-starred in “A corazón abierto” (2010), the Latin American adaptation of the series “Gray’s Anatomy”, which broke all audience rating records in Colombia, and is currently preparing for its second season; and starred in “La teacher de inglés” (2011) for Canal Caracol. Carolina also made several appearances in the second season of the Colombian adaptation of the US series “Desperate Housewives” and shot several episodes of the second season of “Tiempo Final”, “Sin Retorno” and “Mujeres asesinas” for Fox-Telecolombia. She also played the villain in the Spanish Antena 3 series “Karabudjan”.
Carolina worked alongside American actor Vincent Gallo in Camilo Matiz’s short film 1989, selected for Critics Week at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. She starred in the feature films Martinis al atardecer (2004) by director Mauricio Iragorri, Bluff (2007) by Felipe Martinez, one of Colombia’s biggest box office successes of all time, and Federal (2010) by Erik De Castro. She also appears in The Chosen One (2010), an American production starring Steve Buscemi and Rob Schneider, in Saluda al diablo de mi parte by Juan Felipe Orozco with Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramirez, and El paseo by director Harold Trompetero.