After training as an actress at the Murcia School of Dramatic Art, she ventured to move to Madrid. Although her career developed in the theatre, she soon began with roles in series such as ‘Cuéntame cómo pasó’, ‘Física o Química‘, ‘Los Quién‘, and ‘La Templanza‘.
In the cinema, she collaborated in films such as ‘The longest penalty in the world‘, ‘The Suicide Club‘ and ‘La Pasajera‘, among many others.
In 2011 she made her debut as a director with the short film ‘Aunque todo go mal‘ with which she won more than 14 awards. In 2016 she released her documentary ‘Think, Observe and Breathe‘.
Since 2013, she has devoted part of her time to training actors, collaborating in schools such as Primera Toma, Mujeres con Gesto, Estudio Juan Codina, as well as directing the Master’s Degree in ‘Acting in Theatre, Film and Television’ at the Tai.
In 2017 she received the Aisge Award for the best female performance for ‘Cachorro‘ by Jesus Rivera.