Seductive with a Latino flavour
Playing Age: 25 - 35
Maite Jáuregui was born in Los Ángeles and moved to Madrid when she was still a child.
She began her acting career at the age of 12 and her first role on the big screen came with the multi-award winning film Planta 4 (The 4th Floor), directed by Antonio Mercero (Boca Boca producciones). She then worked on several TV series such as Amar en Tiempos Revueltos (TVE1), El Comisario (Tele5), Abuela de Verano (TVE1) or 18 RDC, where she played the leading role (a pop singer) and for which she recorded an album that gave music to the series.
In 2010, she moved to London to train at RADA. Maite has since played several roles in various plays such as Don Quixote (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon), Antigone/Twin Peaks (Liverpool Physical Fest), The House of Bernardeta (Southwark Playhouse) and Hand in Hand (Southwark Cathedral), as well as working in corporate films, music videos, and numerous short films, including Another Love, a beautiful film directed by Victor Perez (Masked Frame Pictures).
Among other projects, Maite is currently working with the Spanish Theatre Company, which brings both classic and contemporary Spanish and Latin-American theatre to an English audience. Besides her acting career, Maite has always been passionate about music. She has played the violin since the age of 3 and sings jazz. She is currently a member of the Camden Voices choir. She is also working in the voice over industry, doing commercial, narrative and corporate work in English and Spanish.