Paula Reca is a Film, Theatre and TV Actress raised in Buenos Aires.
She got her BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and her classical theatre training from RADA, London. Paula has won both the ACE and the HUGO Theatre Awards. (Argentina's most prestigious theatre awards)
In Film Paula starred in "Tampoco Tan Grandes", which she produced and wrote with her brother Maximo. "Tampoco Tan Grandes" won Best Feature Film at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival 2018 and screened at Shanghai International Film Festival, Malaga International Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Raindance International Film Festival and Chicago Latin Film Festival. Paula also starred in "Belgrano" by Juan Campanella, Academy Award Winner Director for Best Foreign Film 2010; in "Veredas" by Fernando Cricenti which won the special mention from the Jury at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival and screened at BAFICI 2017; and in Gaspar Scheuer's "Delfin" produced by Tarea Fina which screened at Cannes Ecrans Junior 2019.
In Theatre Paula starred in the first Spanish adaptation of ONCE in Buenos Aires. She won the HUGO award for Best Leading Actress and is currently nominated for the ACE award. Paula played Sophie in "Mamma Mía!" directed by Broadway's Associate Director Robert Mcqueen. She won the ACE award for Outstanding Performance. And played Louisa in "The Sound of Music" directed by Jonathan Butterell (Broadway, "The Light in the Piazza") with Lighting Design by Tony Award Winner Rick Fisher.
Her TV credits playing leading roles include: "Casi Angeles", "Aliados", "German, Ultimas Vinetas" and "Aliados Season 2". Both "Casi Angeles" and "Aliados" aired in over 20 countries around the world.
Paula was the face of two Argentine Fashion Campaigns. In 2014 of BOLIVIA and in 2015 of AMORES TRASH COUTURE.