1989, Barcelona, Spain
At six she made herfirst steps as a model in advertising and fashion. Having appeared in numerous TV commercials, she was given her first opportunity to act in 2001 in the television series, Mirall Trencat, performing alongside Emma Vilarasau, Ramón Madaula, Carme Élías and Irene Montalá. In 2005 she continued working in Catalonia on Ventdeplá (TVE3).
She combined these projects with studies at the Eólia school of dramatic art, taking acting, singing and dancing classes over 6 years.
During this time she was involved in national television series, playing secondary and guest roles in El internado (Manuela) and Cuenta Artás. It was in 2007 that she made the leap to the national scene with Física o Química. In this series she played the role of Ruth until 2010, gaining widespread fame alongside many of her co-stars, and forming part of a new generation of young actors.
In 2010 she began filming the series 14 de abril, La República for Televisión Española, playing the role of Beatriz in series that lasted two seasons.
A year later came her first opportunity on film with the thriller XP3D, produced by Rodar y Rodar and directed by Sergi Vizcaino.
In 2012 Ursula shared the leading role with Joel Joan in the TV Movie Volare, under the direction of Joaquim Oristrell. In the same year she returned to Televisión Española where she joined the cast of Gran Reserva together with Emilio Gutiérrez Cava and Unax Ugalde, amongst others.
During the filming of the series Úrsula also hit the stage in theatres through Spain in her first play Perversiones sexuales en Chicago. The David Mamet play was directed by Juan Pedro Campoy.
Between 2012 and 2013, she left her work in theatre to go to Colombia for the filming of Lejos del Mundo, directed by Gerardo Herrero. The same year she filmed Quién Mató a Bambi, directed by Santi Amodeo. In this film she coincided with actors such as Clara Lago, Ernesto Alterio and Quim Gutierrez.
In 2013 she also featured alongside Daniel Grao in Telecinco’s TV Movie Mario Conde, los diás de gloria. Afterwards she participated in the television series La Dama Velata, a coproduction between La Rai and Telecinco that was filmed in Italy, and in Antena 3’s Con el Culo al Aire.
In the same year she also performed the voice of Sam in Lluvia de Albóndigas 2, alongside Santiago Segura, Carmen Machi, Dani Rovira, and others.
In 2014, she returned to television with a lead role in the third season of Televisión Española’s Isabel, playing the part of Margarita of Hapsburg. She also began filming on Telecinco’s television series Anclados.
In the same year she starred alongside Blanca Suárez, Julián Lopez and Yon González in Perdiendo el Norte, a romantic comedy by Nacho G. Velilla about Spanish emigration to Germany, and Cómo Sobrevivir a una Despedida, Manuela Moreno’s first work.
In 2016 begin it recording the series of Antena 3, La embajada.
PROYECTO TIEMPO · Dir. Isabel Coixet
THE BROKEN CROWN · Dir. Jordi Frades
CÓMO SOBREVIVIR A UNA DESPEDIDA · Dir. Manuela Moreno
PERDIENDO EL NORTE · Dir. Nacho García Velilla
LLUVIA DE ALBONDIGAS 2 · Dir. Cody Cameron, Kris Pearn [actriz de doblaje]
¿QUIÉN MATO A BAMBI? · Dir. Santi Amodeo
CRIMEN CON VISTA AL MAR · Dir. Gerardo Herrero
VOLARE · Dir. Joaquim Oristrell
AFTER PARTY · Dir. Miguel Larraya
XP3D · Dir. Sergi Vizcaino
CRÓNICA DE UNA VOLUNTAD · Dir. Julio de la Fuente
LA CASA DE PAPEL · Antena 3
¿QUÉ FUE DE JORGE SANZ? · Canal +
LA EMBAJADA · Antena 3
ANCLAII · Telecinco
ISABEL · TVE
CON EL CULO AL AIRE · Antena 3
LA DAMA VELADA · Rai 1
MARIO CONDE, LOS DÍAS DE GLORIA · Telecinco
LA REPÚBLICA · TVE
GRAN RESERVA · TVE
FÍSICA O QUÍMICA · Antena 3
EL INTERNADO · Antena 3
CUENTA ATRÁS · Cuatro
VENDEPLÀ · TV3
MIRALL TRENCAT · TV3
PERVERSIONES SEXUALES EN CHICAGO · Dir. Juan Pedro Campoy
Acting · Ángels Goyalons
Dance · Carmen Contreras
Acting · Eòlia, Escola Superior d’Art Dramàtic
Singing · Eòlia, Escola Superior d’Art Dramàtic
Dance · Eòlia, Escola Superior d’Art Dramàtic
Dubbing · Eòlia, Escola Superior d’Art Dramàtic
Acting · Will Keen
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