Cristina Rodlo Biography
Cristina Rodlo is an American actress, best known for her appearance in Miss Bala of 2019, El Vato in 2016 and Too Old to Die Young of 2019.
Cristina Rodlo Age
Rodlo was born on 21 October 1990 in Torreón, Coahuila Mexico. She is 28 years old as of 2018
Cristina Rodlo Husband | Cristina Rodlo Boyfriend
She is not married, she has kept her life so private that it is not known whether she is dating or not. She has not posted any photo on ner social media accounts related to her relationship status, we are yet to know who her boyfriend is
Cristina Rodlo Height
She is an American actress who stands at a height of 1.70 meters
Cristina Rodlo Nationality
She is Mexican and lives in the USA
Cristina Rodlo Movies | Cristina Rodlo Novio
- 2019 Miss Bala
- 2016 Juego de Héroes
- 2015 Ladrones
- 2012 The Condemned
- 2011 Red Hook Black
Cristina Rodlo El Vato
Rodlo was cast as Mariana Gaxiola in the American biographical television series “El Vato”
Cristina Rodlo Miss Bala
Rodlo was cast as Suzu Ramós, Gloria’s best friend and a competitor on the Miss Baja California pageant in the 2019 action thriller film “Miss Bala.” She lives in Tijuana.
Cristina Rodlo Run Coyote Run
She was cast as Ticha in the American film “Run Coyote Run.” The film’s main characters are Gamaliel and Morris who are best friends since childhood
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Miss Bala: Cristina Rodlo “Suzu” Behind the Scenes Movie Interview
Cristina Rodlo Interview
Miss Bala: Cristina Rodlo On Working With Gina Rodriguez and In An Action Remake [Exclusive Interview]
In Miss Bala, Gina Rodriguez plays Gloria, who is doing everything to search and save her friend Suzu (played by Cristina Rodlo) after a night club ambush.
The film also stars Ismael Cruz Cordova and Anthony Mackie. It is directed by Catherine Hardwicke.
In a telephone interview, LRM Online spoke with Cristina Rodlo about her role, acting alongside Gina Rodriguez and the differences between this action remake and the original Mexican drama.
Rodlo is a rising Latina star. She has been in numerous Mexican television series like Vuelve Temprano, 2091 and El Vato. She has made adjustments into Hollywood with the upcoming television series Amazon’s Too Old to Die Young from Nicolas Winding Refn and joined the upcoming season of AMC’s The Terror.
Miss Baja is currently playing nationwide in theaters today.
Read our exclusive interview below.
LRM: I’ve checked out your film Miss Bala and all I could hear in my head right now is a Gina [Rodriguez] yelling Suzu throughout the entire movie.
Cristina Rodlo: [Laughs]
LRM: What initially attracted you to this?
Cristina Rodlo: Did you like it?
LRM: I did. It was just funny that [yell] kept on resonating in my head. Suzu! Suzu! [Laughs] So what initially attracted you to a project like this?
Cristina Rodlo: The first thing is that it’s a Hollywood movie made with pretty much the whole cast being Latino. That’s been the main thing that attracted to me. I saw the original one and I loved the original one. Of course, I want to be part of the remake of Miss Bala. With Catherine Hardwicke directing the movie, it was like my dream come true. Everything was in place. I was like, “Yeah! Let’s do this film for sure.”
LRM: How were you brought on to the project? Did you audition for the part of Suzu?
Cristina Rodlo: I had auditioned for the part.
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Cristina Rodlo: I auditioned myself. I got a call back while actually shooting the show. I called back in Mexico. So I went back to Mexico and do the callback with Catherine. After that I booked it.
LRM: You mentioned you watched the original movie, which is nothing like this Miss Bala. What did you like about the original movie compared to this movie?
Cristina RodloThey is completely different movies. When we started doing this film–tt was a thing that we used to say that it shouldn’t be a remake, but it should be based on the original one. It is a completely different thing. What I liked about the original one is that rough. I could feel myself being the character of Stephanie Sigman being there. I’m Mexican and I know how that works. This feels so real. It feels so good. I thought that the actors were great. It’s a hit with is the director [Gerardo Naranjo]. He did an amazing job because I was like completely blown away by it. I think there’s no way we can compare it with the new Miss Bala. This one is an action film. It’s more about the heroine. There are two different stories.
LRM: Were you happier to be in an action film that’s actually that didn’t rely on the pageant side of the story similar to the original movie or the real news story about Miss Bala?
Cristina Rodlo: I was happy to be in a project in general. If I was on the original Miss Bala, I would be happy as well. Now being in the new Miss Bala, I’m still happy. As I say, they are two different films. I think we shouldn’t compare them. This movie talks about a different thing. This is movie talks about family and what a person can become to save their family. It’s about as superhero without superpowers. Gloria’s superpower is that she’s human. She fought for Suzu and she’s going to do whatever it takes to save her.
LRM: Were you kind of jealous that Gina had more pageant scenes and your character did?
Cristina Rodlo Laughs] No. I was not jealous. Of course, she’s going to have more scenes. It’s great! I was just happy and excited to be part of this movie. I was happy to be sharing this with Gina. She’s amazing. She’s an amazing human being and she’s an amazing actress. To learn from her and from Catherine, it was a pleasure.
LRM: What was the most fun thing about working alongside Gina for this entire project?
Cristina Rodlo: It’s everything. She’s always in a good mood. She is always making jokes. She’s always happy and saying great things about others. She’s always being there for you. Every time I was on set, I was happy. It was exciting to be on set and sharing the scenes with her. It’s about laughing with her about probably the dumbest things that are happening. It was fun. She’s a really good person to work with.
LRM: What do you like about playing Suzu for yourself?
Cristina Rodlo: I liked how it shows the hard work of a person. She’s doing whatever she can to give the best to her brother. She also has a dream. She wants to become something. She’s a dreamer. She thinks that the way to becoming something–it’s going to be through the pageant. It’s going to give her away to college where she can study. And for her brother can study. That’s what I like about her. She’s a dreamer and she’s a fighter. She is going to do whatever for her brother and become someone. She has all these dreams for herself. She’s not depressed. She’s happy, She’s excited even though she had a hard time. She doesn’t have a family [besides her brother] and parents died.
LRM: Let me start to wrap this up with you, Cristina. Could you talk about your future projects? Do you want to work more in Mexico or here in the United States?
Cristina Rodlo: I want to work more in the United States. I’m actually premiering show for Amazon probably in June with Nicolas Winding Refn called Too Old to Die Young. Right now, I’m in Vancouver shooting another show for AMC’s The Terror and that will be coming in around August or September of this year. I’m actually working more in the US, which is great. Hopefully, I can work more after Miss Bala.
LRM: Excellent. Hey, thank you very much for this conversation. I really appreciate it. I still can’t get Suzu out of my head.
Cristina Rodlo:[Laughs] Thank you so much. Thank you for your time.
Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.