Gemma Marin is a Spanish actress and dancer. She was born on July 19th 1986, in Valencia, known internationally for “La paella” and “Les falles”. Les Falles, is an ancient tradition that commemorates the art of the artistes fallers. Since a very early age, she was constantly acting and dancing in front of her family and friends. At the age of two, she stood up on a stage for the first time. Her siblings, Suso and Olga, shared the same love for acting. This passion has been always encouraged and supported by her parents, who have stressed the importance of work ethic and moral values.
When Gemma was 12 years old, she began competing professionally in Ball Room Contests. Five years later, she was cast to dance with the internationally known singer, Manolo Escobar.
While dancing professionally, she started her nursing career in Medical School. When attending college, she booked a role in the regional TV show Negocios de Familia. This experience had a big impact on her and she realized that her dream and vocation was to become a movie star. This was the beginning of her successful acting career.
Gemma moved to Madrid and began taking acting lessons with Raquel Perez and Juan Codina.
In the following years, she combined her dramatic arts studies with her nursing job and dancing vocation. She was hired by Sunny Singh’s dance company, which toured Spain for two years.
Her devotion for acting was growing more and more every time she performed a new role. She worked for national prime time TV Shows like Aida, La que se avecina, and Amar en tiempos revueltos, among others. In 2012, Gemma debuted on the big screen, starring in the romantic comedy Stuck to your pillow alongside her brother, Suso Marin.
The distribution of this film in USA took Gemma to the next level in her career. At this moment, she decided to move to Los Angeles, the epicenter of the motion picture industry.
In less than two years, she has worked with movie stars such as George Clooney and Danny Devito, among others.
Since 2014, Gemma resides in Los Angeles, coming back to Spain every time she can even for work or leisure.