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CRISTINA RODLO

5 months ago by

CRISTINA RODLO

If you’re looking for your next binge-worthy television moment, look no further than the work of Cristina Rodlo. Born in Mexico, Cristina moved to New York City after high school to study at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. It didn’t take long for her career to blossom in Mexico and then subsequently the U.S.

Most recently she can be seen in The Terror: Infamy for AMC and playing « Yaritza » in Too Old To Doe Young for Amazon. Too Old to Die Young is from director Nicholas Winding Refn and stars Miles Teller and John Hawkes. The series was the only television show to debut at Cannes in 2019 and received a four-minute standing ovation.

Currently you can find Cristina in Paramount Network comedic series, 68 Whiskey, an adaptation of the Israeli series Charlie Golf One. It follows a multicultural mix of men and women deployed as Army medics to a forward operating base in Afghanistan nicknamed « The Orphanage. »

When asked about her what’s in her closet…

How would you describe your style in three words?
Comfortable. Simple. Natural.

Who has influenced your style?
It has been a mixed of what I’ve been through in my life, as well as my mom, friends and actresses whose style I love — Natalie Portman and Cate Blanchett.

Most treasured item in your closet?
My work out tennis shoes.

Follow what Cristina get’s into next via Instagram, here.

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