Ortiz at the Bel-Air Film 2011 Festival red carpet on opening night
|Born||Carla Ortiz Oporto
2 December 1978
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.
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.
- Voice of Syria (summer 2017)
- Olvidados (2013)
- The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez (2012)
- Escríbeme postales a Copacabana (2009)
- Los Andes no creen en Dios (2007)
- Shut Up and Shoot! (2006)
- Che Guevara (2005)
- Mooke (1998)
- Secreto de amor (2001)
- Primer Amor... a mil por hora (2000)
- Todo se Vale (1999)
- Mujeres engañadas (1999)
- Gotita de amor (1998)
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-06-12. Retrieved 2011-01-21.
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