She is one of the most talented and globally recognized actresses, she achieved what many soap opera actors and actresses want: to make the leap to international cinema. However, it was not easy, she had to go through many difficult moments in her journey, including personal problems that seem insurmountable.
This is Bárbara Mori, who has been retired from Televisa and TV Azteca for 18 years, where she did not last long. We saw Bárbara Mori in Rubí, a telenovela based on a 1970s Mexican movie and whose adaptation was so successful that they decided to remake it so that new generations could get to know it. However, it was not as successful as the one starring this actress.
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Bárbara Mori has declared since those years that she wanted to transcend to the cinema and not stay stuck on television forever. The actress has debuted in Mexican cinema and her productions are getting bigger and bigger. She was recently seen in “You are my problem”, a film produced by Talipot Studios that was developed during the pandemic and was presented a year ago.
Among her most memorable and difficult moments on screen, she is remembered as the evil sister and daughter in Rubí, turned into a deformed villain at the moment in which she received karma for her bad acts, unfortunately, she also went through two divorces, one of them with Sergio Meyer, and currently has a stable relationship with the producer Fernando Rovzar.
Like the Phoenix, Bárbara Mori managed to make her career more solid
After the setbacks, Mori managed to make his life before the media and the general public more stable. She also made her debut as a producer, after studying at one of the most prestigious film schools in New York, she produced her own short film “Stronger Than Fear”, which is definitely an ode to the difficult moments that made her become a what it is currently.