Bio

Juanita Ringeling
Actress and singer

 

Juanita Ringeling. Chilean actress, born on May 15, 1986. She lived her childhood and youth in Cachagua, a rural town at Central Chile’s Pacific coastline. She stays there until she finishes school. Then, following her passion for acting, she moves to the capital, Santiago, and enrolls into Universidad Catolica´s Acting School. Driven by her need to explore non-conventional theatre she lives 3 months at the Double Edge Theatre in Ashfiels M.A. and later completes two workshops, one at the Odin Theater in Denmark and another about “Teatro de los Sentidos” in Malacahuello.

Restless and multifaceted has achieved to grow a career as an actress, singer and producer. She has had leading roles on movies, theater, television and web productions, standing out in Bim Bam Bum (TV Serial), La Tirana (movie), Pirates of the Caribbean (musical), among others.

As a Singer is currently recording her first EP in Trulove studio with the Argentinian producer Rodrigo Crespo. Her voice leads the musical soundtrack of the TV series Bim Bam Bum, the TV serial Chipe Libre. Also she is the female voice of Matías Oviedo’s album, “Amores Tuertos.”

After building a solid career in Chile, being cast in over 8 Tv shows for major Networks, over 7 films, theatre pieces, web series and achieving several contract with recognized brands, she moved to Los Angeles, California in may 2016. Now she leaves between her country and USA. Her first performance as the leader actress in Ryan Gregory Phillip’s Film Shortwave has given her a strong exposure and the best actress prize at Film-Quest and NY Film fest.

Always in touch with nature she has joined several social and environmental causes, actively collaborating with “Rios to Rivers“, KisstheGround,  Fundación Altiplano, and “Bosques de Zapallar” (among others) a NGO of her place of birth  that promotes the conservation of the endangered Mediterranean forest of central Chile.