Carolina Ravassa

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Carolina Ravassa
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Carolina Ravassa at the Supanova in Sydney in July 2017
Carolina Ravassa

(1985-06-15) 15 June 1985 (age 34)
OccupationActress, producer
Known forVoice of Sombra in Overwatch

Carolina Ravassa (born 15 June 1985) is a Colombian actress and producer. A performing arts graduate from Boston College and New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts,[1] Ravassa is best known outside of Colombia for her voice over work in television series and video games, most notably Sombra from the video game Overwatch.

Life and career[edit]

Ravassa grew up in several countries, spending her childhood between Colombia and the US, and is therefore fluent in 4 languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. She was interested in acting from a young age and her first role was in a local production of The Sound of Music in which she played Gretel.[2] She studied in Spain and Italy, and was then inspired by the power of socio-political change through Theatre of the Oppressed with Augusto Boal in Brazil.[1] She was educated at Boston College, receiving her Theatre Arts degree, as well as undergoing a year of acting for film/TV at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.[1]

In 2010, Ravassa made an appearance in the Disney film Step Up 3D where she starred as the character Kristin. In 2014 she appeared in two episodes of Showtime's The Affair as Jules.[3] Ravassa has also done work as a voice actress. Her video game appearances include her role as Taliana Martinez from the game Grand Theft Auto V in 2013,[4] and her well known portrayal of Sombra from Blizzard's 2016 game Overwatch.[5]

Ravassa also produces and stars in her One-Woman-Webseries Hispanglo-Saxon where she explores her life as a white Latina in New York.[6]

As well as acting and voice acting, Ravassa is also an accomplished dancer, being particularly drawn to salsa dancing.[3]


Year(s) Title Role More information
2009 Inside the Mind of Etta Netterman Etta Netterman Lead
Short film
2009 Nueva York Colombian Wife Lead
Short film
2010 Step Up 3D Kristin Supporting
2010 Love Between the Lines Julie Short film
2011 I Am Julia Diana Castillo Lead
Short film
2011 5ive: Thirty One (5:31) Ada B. Rubia Short film
2012 Maybe Tomorrow Kiah Mendoza Supporting
2013 Follow The Leader Ashley Short film
2014 The Re-Gift Vanessa Short film
2014 5 Emily Richards
2014 The Affair Jules Recurring
2 episodes
2015 Brasilia: City of the Future Carolina Lead
Short film
2015 Millie and the Lords Lucy Supporting
2015 Alternatino Zumba Dancer Supporting
Episode: "Perfecting the Automated Voice"
2015–2016 Hispanglosaxon Multiple Roles Lead
12 episodes
2016 Overwatch: Infiltration Sombra (voice) Short film
2017 Dopamine Alice Series Regular
2017 Mr. Robot Woman Episode: "eps3.8_stage3.torrent"
2017 LaGolda LaGolda (voice) Miniseries
unknown episodes
2018 El Gallo Sonia
2018 Suspense Corporal Haedo Episode: "Pioneer"
2018 Saint Nicholas Iris
2019 Big City Greens Female Hygienist (voice) Episode: "Hurty Tooth"
2019 Victor and Valentino Itzel (voice) Episode: "Legend of the Hidden Skate Park"
2019 The Loud House Ana Ronalda (voice) Episode: "No Show with the Casagrandes"

Video games[edit]

Year(s) Title Role More information
2012 Max Payne 3 The Local Population Uncredited
2013 Grand Theft Auto V Taliana Martinez Voice
2016 Overwatch Sombra Voice
2018 Just Cause 4 People of Solis


  1. ^ a b c "Carolina Ravassa Bio". Carolina Ravasso. Archived from the original on 2017-03-22. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
  2. ^ Anna Cherry (9 September 2015). "Colombian-American Actress Carolina Ravassa On Being "Too White"". HipLatina. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
  3. ^ a b Gornoblonde (22 December 2014). "Rising Starlet: Carolina Ravassa". Gornoblonde. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
  4. ^ TreeFitty (2015). "GTA 5 Characters". Simon ‘Psy’ Elliot and iGTA5. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
  5. ^ Maleok (1 February 2017). "Interview with the voice of Sombra: Carolina Ravassa". Maleok. Retrieved 21 March 2017.
  6. ^ "Hispanglo-Saxon". Carolina Ravasso. Archived from the original on 2017-03-22. Retrieved 21 March 2017.

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