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I’ve added to the gallery three promotional photos of ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ to the gallery. I also have added two magazine scans from Caras (the interview will be translated into English shortly) and the cover of Red Capital (I’m trying to get the magazine)

  
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Labels: Everybody Loves Somebody, Gallery, Magazines, Movies, Photoshoots

I was finally able to buy my digital copy of this month’s Glamour Magazine and I’ve added HQ scans to the gallery. The interview will be translated from Spanish into English shortly. As always, these are a Karla Souza Web exclusive, please credit the website if you use them.

  
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As part of the promotion of her new film, ‘Everybody Loves Somebody’ Karla is gracing the February issue of Glamour Mexico. The photographs were taken by Frankie Batista. I’ve added the outtakes and the cover to the gallery and as soon as I get the scans those will be added as well.

GLAMOUR — The first time I interviewed Karla Souza was for the second season of Niño Santo. By then, the world already knew (and loved) her, as she starred in Los Nobles, one of the highest grossing films in Mexico, that catapulted her career to the top.

A few years later we speak again, now as our cover girl in Glamor, and Karla is a different woman. Currently, her work schedule is divided between Mexico and the United States, she is married, she has become a source of total inspiration (if you need a confidence boost, do not miss her TED Talk, “Sweets are the fruits of adversity” ), Has more than one million followers together on Twitter and Instagram, who follow her adventures closely; Is in the series How To Get Away With Murder, where he works with producer Shonda Rhimes and Oscar-nominated actress Viola Davis and, if that were not enough, she starred in the blockbuster Mexican film of 2016, ‘¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Niño?’ Unstoppable, the year begins with the film ‘Everybody Loves Someone’, directed by Catalina Aguilar Mastretta; A romantic comedy that talks about saying goodbye to the past to bring in the new (it will sound easy, but it is one of the most difficult things in life).

In short, everything in her panorama is brilliant (and to think that she still have a long way to go!). Yes, Karla has changed. But from the first time I spoke to her, to this day, what remains the same is her quest to perfect her work, to be happy and the world to be proud of her. And she has succeeded.

  
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Karla features as one of the success stories as a Mexican who has triumphed in Los Angeles. Here are the scans of the magazine, it includes a new photo from her InStyle photoshoot and it’s amazing.

 normal_img_3192QUIEN – Was discriminated for her nationality, that’s why since she resides here she decided to end that stigma in the best way: working. Now she’s one of the leading actresses in the hit TV show How to Get Away with Murder.

How’s your life in Los Angeles?

The place where I live (Pacific Palisades) is very family oriented. The kids ride their bikes, play frisbee, water wars. Two steps from my home there’s a mountain where you can hike: we like to do night walks. There’s a beach culture, surf, relax… There’s a small town two minutes away; we like to walk there or in our bikes to buy ice cream, people walk their dogs… Very calm!

What has been the most emotive moment since you live there?

When they told me I’ve got the role of Laurel Castillo in How to Get Away with Murder.

How do you see Mexicans in LA?

Very prepared. The ones I know, excel: they do social work, hardworkers, reliable. They are a gift for the United States!

What has been the biggest challenge you’ve faced?

Been discriminated for your nationality. I can’t stand it! I hope that my work can end that stigma.

Labels: Gallery, Interview, Magazines

As I updated earlier, Karla graces the cover of the September and 10th years anniversary issue of InStyle Mexico. I finally got the scans of the magazine, and she looks amazing. There are so many pictures inside and they all are beautiful. She was photographed by Santiago Ruiseñor. I must admit this is my favorite photoshoot so far.

These images are exclusive from Karla Souza Web, if you take them please give us credit.

   

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Karla is on cover of the next issue of InStyle Mexico magazine. I will add the scans and the photoshoot as soon as I get the magazine. So, stay tuned!

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I’ve added the scans of Karla’s most recent magazine cover. It includes a new photoshoot and a new interview (in Spanish). Once again, Karla was photographed by Fernando Ivarra and the photos are amazing.

These images are exclusive from Karla Souza Web, if you take them please give us credit.

   

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Karla Souza graces the cover of TVyNovelas USA in its September issue. Here’s a small article and the full cover. I’ll try to get the scans as soon as the magazine is published, so stay tuned.

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Hollywood had another Latin face and she’s here to stay. She talked with the magazine TVyNovelas about her career and revealed some details about her life off camera.

We’re talking about Karla Souza, who in less than five years and three very successful movies has become one of the stars to follow.

She’s now conquering the American TV as part of the popular TV show, How to Get Away with Murder in her role as Laurel Castillo. With her talent, Karla promises to solidify the place of Latin artists on TV and movies.

But not everything has been easy for Souza, who was not able to speak for three months and has suffered from depression problems.

“Not being able to speak or express myself was killing me. Even if I was far away from taking my life, I think it was a moment when I realized I had to take the decision to ask for help,” she said.

She added on her muteness: “I was blessed to have a family that took care of me and supported me, otherwise, I wouldn’t have made it. I realized the value of words, of saying what you feel, and give your opinion. That gives us life. Not many people understand that joy.”

She also talked about what she learned from Eugenie Derbez, the challenges she has faced for being a Latina and even her opinion on Donald Trump.

Karla also revealed details about her life with her husband and the possibility of becoming a mother. She also spoke about what makes her happy, her craziest story and many other things.

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