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Sara Rivero Wiki/Biography
Sara Rivero was born on 19 May 1985, in Medina of the Field, Valladolid, Castilla y Leon, Spain, and is an actress, known for her work in films, on television and in the theatre. She’s appeared in projects such as “Isabel”, “Velvet”, and “Land of Wolves”., being active in the entertainment industry since 2009, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
So just how rich is Sara Rivero, as of early 2018? Authoritative sources estimate that Sara’s net worth is over $1 million, accumulated during her career in the entertainment industry which began less than 10 years ago.
Sara Rivero Net Worth $1 million
At an early age, Sara was very interested in theatre, and pursued acting as well as dance. Later on, she would attend the Royal School of Dramatic Arts of Madrid (RESAD), in which she studied dramatic art. She then studied History and Aesthetics of Cinema at the Valladolid Cinema Chair, as she was very interested in acting along with writing. She started appearing in various theatrical productions, including “Fuenteovejuna” which is a Golden Age play that started in Spain. She continued appearing in more productions as the years passed, including “Angelina of the Honor of a Brigadier” and “Don Juan Tenorio”, which are classic Spanish plays. More opportunities would then open for Sara, which would start to increase her net worth. In 2009, she made her television debut as a part of “We are Accomplices”, in which she played the role of Amanda Mujica in the soap opera aired through Antena 3.
Rivero would then take on more notable television roles in the next few years, including as a part of “Land of Wolves” and “Bandolera”, in which she played Eugenia Montoro. In 2012, she became a part of the shows “Gran Hotel”, and “Borgia” which is a French-German historical series created by Tom Fontana, focusing on how the Borgia family achieved domination within the Holy See during the Renaissance. In 2013 Rivero appeared in the series “Isabel” as Beatriz de Osorio, a show inspired by the life of Queen Isabel I of Castile. She also appeared in her first short film during this time, entitled “Transit” which was directed by Pedro del Rio.
In 2014, Sara then joined the cast of “Velvet”, in which starred with Paula Echevarria and Miguel Angel Silvestre in the role of Carmen Soto, in the love story of a seamstress and a fashion house heir. Around the same time, Sara continued making short films, including “Thursday” and “The Other Side”, then joined the cast of “Amar is Forever” playing Laura Blasco Santiesteben for a year. One of her latest projects is rejoining the cast of “Velvet” for the continuation series entitled “Velvet Collection”, which is now set in Barcelona. She has also appeared in the theatre production of “The Cyclops”, and the short film entitled “Sorry My Love”. All of these opportunities have increased her net worth further.
For her personal life, nothing is known about Rivero’s romantic relationships, if any – not even any rumours. She maintains a personal website which showcases some of her latest projects, and is also active on social media having over 2,000 followers on Twitter and over 10,000 followers on Instagram. Her social media accounts showcase her latest projects as well.
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Date Of Birth||May 19, 1985|
|Place Of Birth||Medina del Campo, Spain|
|Education||Royal School of Dramatic Arts of Madrid|
|TV Shows||Velvet, Tierra de lobos, Bandolera, Thursday|
|Amar en tiempos revueltos||2014-2015||TV Series||Laura Blasco|
|Isabel||2013||TV Series||Beatriz Ossorio|
|Gran Hotel||2012||TV Series||Cecilia|
|Bandolera||2011||TV Series||Eugenia Montoro|
|Tierra de lobos||2010||TV Series||Clara|
|Gala de clausura del Festival de Valladolid 2013||2013||TV Special||Herself - Presenter: Best Short Film|