Charlotte Vega, a versatile Spanish-British actress and model, has left her mark across various shows and films, embodying diverse characters.
Recognized for her roles like Valeria in The Misfits Club, Rita Aranda in El Secreto de Puente Viejo, Sofia in The Refugees, Lucía Márquez in Velvet, Katrina in American Assassin, Carmen Díez de Rivera in Lo que escondían sus ojos, and Rachel in The Lodgers, she has garnered a substantial fan base, boasting over 200k Instagram followers and 50k on Twitter.
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Charlotte Vega Wiki & Biography
Date Of Birth
February 10, 1994
TV Series: El secreto de Puente Viejo (2013) Film: Rec 3 : Genesis (2012)
Famous for starring in the MisfitsClub movie
Charlotte Vega’s Net Worth
$5 Million approx
Height, Weight, and Color
Height in cm
Height in Meters
Height in Feet Inches
5 feet 5 inches
Charlotte Vega’s Family and Relatives
Boyfriends / Girlfriends
Charlotte Vega Education School and Colleges
Local High School in Spain
College & University
Local College in Spain
Favourites Things Of Charlotte Vega
Favorite TV Shows
Writing, Painting, Cooking
Interesting Facts About Charlotte Vega
Her cinematic debut occurred in 2012, stepping into the action-horror domain with the role of Dama de Honor 2 in Rec 3: Genesis.
The small screen welcomed her in 2013 through an episode of the period drama El secreto de Puente Viejo, marking her initial TV show appearance.
From 2014 to 2015, she portrayed Sofia in The Refugees, a drama unraveling the tale of a rural community grappling with an influx of future refugees.
The 2017 drama film, The Bookshop, directed by Isabel Coixet, featured her alongside acclaimed names like Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson, and Bill Nighy in the role of Kattie.
Her presence in the 2017 American action thriller, American Assassin, as Katrina, starred alongside notable actors Dylan O’Brien, Michael Keaton, Sanaa Lathan, Shiva Negar, and Taylor Kitsch. The film secured a nomination for a Taurus World Stunt Award for “Best Fight” in 2018.
She inhabited the character Rachel in The Lodgers, an Irish gothic horror film, sharing the screen with David Bradley, Bill Milner, Eugene Simon, Moe Dunford, Roisin Murphy, and Deirdre O’Kane. Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017, the movie earned a Saturn Award nomination in the “Best International Film” category in 2018.
Fluent in English, Spanish, and Catalan, Vega embodies a multi-lingual talent.
Gracing the cover of InStyle magazine’s March 2015 issue marked yet another notable moment in her career.