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Eiza González

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Eiza González
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González in 2019
Eiza González Reyna

(1990-01-30) January 30, 1990 (age 31)[1]
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2007–present

Eiza González Reyna (born January 30, 1990) is a Mexican actress and singer. She gained popularity for her debut role as Lola Valente in the Mexican musical telenovela Lola, érase una vez. She also portrayed the lead role of Clara Molina on the Nickelodeon teen drama Sueña conmigo.[2][3] González gained further success starring as Santanico Pandemonium in the American horror series From Dusk till Dawn: The Series (2014–2016). She is also known for her roles as Monica "Darling" Castello in the action crime film Baby Driver (2017), Nyssiana in the cyberpunk action film Alita: Battle Angel (2019), and Madam M in The Fast and the Furious spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw.[4]

Early life

Gonzalez was born in Mexico City, Mexico, [5] the only daughter of former Mexican model Glenda Reyna and Carlos González. Her father died in a motorcycle accident when she was 12; she has cited her father's death as a strong influence in her career.[6] She has one brother, Yulen, who is 12 years her senior. She attended two private bi-lingual schools, Edron Academy and the American School Foundation, both located in Mexico City.[7][8] She completed two years of a three-year course at Televisa's acting school, Centro de Educación Artística, before she was cast as the protagonist in the 2007 teen-oriented telenovela Lola...Érase una vez at 16.

Acting career

2007–2009: Career beginnings

González debuted in her role as "Lola" in Lola...Érase una vez. Then she started in cables El Rey Network From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.
González debuted in her role as "Lola" in Lola...Érase una vez. Then she started in cables El Rey Network From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.

From 2003 through 2004, González studied acting at the M&M Studio, an acting school in Mexico City run by famed actress, Patricia Reyes Spíndola.[7] At age 14, she was accepted into Televisa's famous acting school, Centro de Educación Artística in Mexico City. While attending school, she was first spotted by producer and director, Pedro Damián, best known for his success with Latin pop band, RBD. Two years later, Damian cast González in a remake of Argentina's famous children's telenovela, Floricienta. She portrayed Lola Valente, the lead female protagonist in Lola, érase una vez. The show began filming in late 2006 and debuted in Mexico on 26 February 2007. It was later shown in various countries throughout Latin America and United States. Following the completion of Lola, érase una vez, González, accompanied by her mother, moved to New York City briefly to attend a three-month course of acting classes at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in the spring of 2008. She returned to Mexico City in early fall of that same year.[9]

In April 2009, she was cast in an episode of the popular crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas as a supporting character for the second season. She starred alongside Mexican actress Susana González in the episode Tere, Desconfiada, playing the teenage antagonist, Gaby. González commented that she was informed about the casting call while she was preparing to release her first solo album Contracorriente.[10]

In 2010, Nickelodeon announced that González would be starring in teen sitcom Sueña conmigo, where she played the characters of Clara Molina and Roxy Pop.[11] For the role, González traveled to Buenos Aires to film in April 2010. She lived in Buenos Aires for a year, travelling back to Mexico City on breaks during the production of the series. When filming ended in February 2011, Gonzalez returned to Mexico City. The show was produced by Nickelodeon and Televisa, and aired on 20 July 2010 in Latin America and Europe. Because of its success in Argentina, the cast performed several concerts in throughout Argentina from March to July 2011.[12]

In 2012, González filmed Casi 30, a comedy-drama directed by Alejandro Sugich. González plays Cristina, an 18-year-old ballet student who falls in love with Emilio, the film's lead character.[13] The film marks González's acting debut in cinema. In 2013, the movie premiered at several film festivals in Mexico, but it premiered nationwide in Mexico on 22 August 2014.[14][15][16]

In 2012, González had starred the Televisa series Amores verdaderos,[17] remake of the TV Azteca television series Amor en custodia.[18] The show premiered on 3 September 2012.[19] Originally, Mexican producer Pedro Torres offered González the lead role of Sofía López-Haro in his television show, Gossip Girl: Acapulco, the Mexican remake of the hit American television series, Gossip Girl. González considered accepting the role, but declined, due to her rigorous filming schedule for Amores verdaderos.[20]

2013–present: Transition to English-speaking roles

In late August 2013, González moved to Los Angeles, California to further pursue her acting career.[21][22] In September 2013, González was cast in director Adrian Cervantes' film, All Hail the Squash Blossom Queen. The film was slated to star Bonnie Wright of the Harry Potter film franchise, and González was expected to play "Brittany" in the movie, but she was later dropped from the project when the role was recast in 2015.[23][24]

In November 2013, she was announced as a cast member for producer Robert Rodriguez's television series, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.[25] González plays Santanico Pandemonium, a role portrayed by Salma Hayek in the original film. The role is González's first English-speaking part, and she is also featured prominently on the print advertisements for the series. The show is produced by Rodriguez for his cable network El Rey. González relocated to Austin, Texas to film the program's first season. Following its U.S. debut, the show became available for streaming internationally on Netflix in England, Canada, Australia, Europe and Latin America. On 26 March 2014, the series was renewed for a second season on El Rey.[26][27][28] On 12 August 2014, she hosted the MTV Millennial Awards at the World Trade Center Mexico City in Mexico City.[29] In March 2015, González and the cast of From Dusk till Dawn: The Series returned to Austin, Texas to begin filming for the show's second season.[30]

In recent years, González landed a string of prominent roles, appearing as "Darling" in the 2017 film Baby Driver,[31] Madame M in 2019's The Fast and the Furious franchise spin-off film Hobbs & Shaw,[32][33] Nyssiana in the cyberpunk film Alita: Battle Angel (2019), and KT in Bloodshot (2020) alongside Vin Diesel.

Other projects

González has been a spokesperson for numerous brands. In 2008, González was chosen as the new face of Color Trend for cosmetics brand Avon in Mexico.[34] In 2009, she filmed commercials for the skincare brand Asepxia. She was announced as the newest brand ambassador for the skincare line Neutrogena in February 2015, and filmed advertisements in both Spanish and English to promote the brand.[35]

Following the success of her debut performance in Lola, érase una vez, González signed a deal with EMI Televisa to record her own album as a solo artist in late 2008. Pre-production and recording for González's debut album, Contracorriente, called Counter-current in English, began in fall 2008; the album was recorded in Los Angeles, Texas and Mexico City. The album was released in Mexico on 24 November 2009. It was released in the US on 26 January 2010. The album's only single, "Mi destino soy yo" was released in Mexico on 20 October 2009.[36] To promote the single, she performed at televised music festivals and concerts across Mexico.[37] Because of the Sueña conmigo musical tour in Argentina, González was unable to embark on a longer tour for the album or release a second single.

In June 2011, González announced that she wished to focus on the production and recording of her second solo album. She also revealed that she planned to spend the remainder of the year working on new music and would not return to film or television projects until the album was completed.[38] She completed production on her second album during the first months of 2012. The album was recorded in Mexico City, Texas and Dominican Republic.[39]

The first single off her second album, "Te Acordarás de Mí", was released for digital download on iTunes for Mexico on 16 April 2012 and 22 May 2012 for the U.S. The song was co-written by González, singer-songwriter Alejandra Alberti, and Carlos Lara in Mexico City.[40] The album, also titled Te Acordarás de Mí, was released on 12 June 2012 in Mexico in physical and digital format, and digitally on iTunes the U.S. on the same day.[1][41] The album contains 12 songs, of which González co-wrote three.[42] Te Acordarás de Mí debuted at number 66 on the Mexican Charts.[43] "Invisible" was announced as the second single, and was released on the radio in Mexico on 1 August 2012.[44]

Personal life

As of late August 2013, González was living in Los Angeles.[21][22] In September 2015, she revealed that she struggled with depression and compulsive overeating from age 15 to age 20 as a result of her father's death.[45][46]



Year Title Role Notes
2008 Horton Hears a Who! Jessica Quilligan Latin American Spanish (Dub)
2013 The Croods Eep Crood Latin American Spanish (Dub)
2014 Almost Thirty Cristina
2015 Jem and the Holograms Sheila "Jetta" Burns
2017 Baby Driver Monica "Darling" Castello
2018 Welcome to Marwen Caralala
2019 Paradise Hills Amarna
Alita: Battle Angel Nyssiana
She's Missing Jane
Hobbs & Shaw Madame M/Magarita
2020 Bloodshot Katie/KT
Cut Throat City Lucinda Valencia
I Care a Lot Fran
2021 Godzilla vs. Kong Maya Simmons Post-production
TBA Love Spreads Patricia Post-production
2022 Ambulance Filming


Year Title Role Notes
2007–2008 Lola, érase una vez Dolores "Lola" Valente 224 episodes
2008 Una familia de tantas Gaby Chávez Salinas Unaired pilot
2009 Mujeres asesinas Gabriela Ortega Episode: "Tere, Desconfiada"
2010–2011 Sueña conmigo Clara Molina / Roxy Pop 150 episodes
2012–2013 Amores verdaderos Nikki Brizz Balvanera 181 episodes
2014–2016 From Dusk till Dawn: The Series Santanico Pandemonium 30 episodes


Year Play Role Notes
2008 Hoy no me puedo levantar Cameo
2012 I Love Romeo y Julieta Julieta

Music videos

Year Title Role Artist
2013 "Propuesta Indecente" Rich girl Romeo Santos
2018 "Supplies" Girl at cult Justin Timberlake


Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions
Contracorriente 13 25
Te Acordarás de Mí
  • Released: 5 June 2012 (USA)
  • Released: 12 June 2012 (Mexico and Latin America)
  • Labels: Capitol Latin and EMI Televisa Music
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or not released to that country


Year Album details
2009 Mi Destino Soy Yo
  • Released: 2009
  • Label: Emi Televisa Music


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
2009 "Mi Destino Soy Yo" Contracorriente
2012 "Te Acordarás de Mí"[41] 24[48] Te Acordarás de Mí
2012 "Invisible"[44]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Awards and nominations

Universal Awards

Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2014 Hottest Mexican Teen Herself Nominated Danna Paola

Latin Music Italian Awards

Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2014 Best Look Herself Nominated Belinda
2013 Best Latin Female Artist of The Year Herself Nominated Danna Paola
Favorite Latin Artist Herself Nominated Danna Paola
Best Look Herself Nominated Danna Paola
Artist Saga Herself Nominated Danna Paola
Artist Saga Herself Nominated Paulina Rubio
Best Latin Female Video of The Year Herself Nominated "Ruleta" by Danna Paola
Best Latin Female Album of The Year Te Acordarás de Mí Nominated Danna Paola by Danna Paola

TVyNovelas Award

Year Category Title of work Result
2008 Best Female Revelation
Lola, érase una vez

Kids' Choice Awards

Kids' Choice Awards Mexico
Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2011 Favorite Actress
Sueña Conmigo[49]
Nominated Isabella Castillo
2013 Favorite Artist Eiza González Won
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie The Croods Won
2014 Favorite Selfie Eiza González Nominated "El Piojo"
Favorite Fashionista Eiza González Nominated Danna Paola
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina
Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2011 Favorite Actress
Sueña Conmigo[49]
Nominated María Eugenia Suárez
Newcomer on TV Won
Meus Prêmios Nick
Year Category Title of work Result
2011 Favorite Actress
Sueña Conmigo[49]
Hair Crazy Eiza González Nominated
Fashion Police Awards
Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2014 Best Dressed of the Year
Eiza González
Nominated Danna Paola

Premios Juventud

Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2013 The Girl of My Dreams
Amores verdaderos
Nominated Blanca Soto
Best Theme Novelero
"Me Puedes Pedir Lo Que Sea" (feat Marconi)

Lo Nuestro Awards

Year Category Title of work Result
2009 Breakout Artist or Group of the Year
Eiza González

People en Español Award

Year Category Title of work Result
2013 Best Actress
Amores verdaderos
Best Couple (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated

Premios Oye!

Year Category Title of work Result
2007 Best New Artist
Eiza González

MTV Millennial Awards

Year Category Title of work Result Lost to
2013 Cake of the Year
Eiza González
Nominated Belinda

Premios Celebrity E!

Year Category Title of work Result
2012 Celebrity of the Year
Eiza González


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