Carla Ortiz

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Carla Ortiz
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Ortiz at the Bel-Air Film 2011 Festival red carpet on opening night
Born Carla Ortiz Oporto
(1978-12-02) 2 December 1978 (age 39)
Cochabamba, Bolivia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998–present

Carla Ortiz Oporto (born 2 December 1978) is a Bolivian actress and philanthropist.

She was born in Cochabamba, Bolivia. After a brief career as a professional tennis player, she moved to Mexico City in the 1990s and later, in 2005, to Los Angeles upon winning a bursary from the Georgetown University.[1]

Philanthropic activity[edit]

Carla Ortiz is the founder of the Carla Ortiz Foundation, whose activity in the aftermath of the Flooding and Landslides disaster in la Paz affecting over a million people in 2011 was rewarded with the Gold Medal of Honor awarded by the Bolivian congress. She is also the co-founder of the Flor de Loto Pictures, a media company focused on bringing about social consciousness and global awareness to the public.

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