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Romana Marquez Bio, Age, Height, Early Life, Career, Personal Life, Awards & More

Posted By: Nazia Mughal | November 3, 2018

Romana Marquez Biography

Romana Marquez is a British actress, best known for her childhood role as Karen Brockman in the BBC One sitcom Outnumbered. She was born on Feb 24, 2001, in London, United Kingdom. She got her education from Graveney School. Her nationality is British. She has been active since 2006.

Romana Marquez

Romana is a British film actress, television actress and voice artist who is known for her work in the Hollywood industry. She remained child actress in the award-winning filming. Romana played a significant role in the drama Hotel Babylon. She made her first film debut at age eight in the TV movie Enid. Romana is the daughter of actor Martin Marquez, and she has a brother whose name is Raoul.

Romana Marquez Career

In 2009, Romana appeared as Imogen Pollock in the made for television movie Enid, detailing the life of children’s writer Enid Blyton. Later in 2009, she became the first child to win the British comedy award for the best female for the comedy. She also won other two awards for the comedy including Best TV Comedy. Romana has also appeared in The King’s Speech as princess Margret and Arthur Christmas as the voice of Gwen.

Romana Marquez

Her father is Martin Marquez, who is an actor best known for his role as Gino Primirola, the head barman in the British television comedy-drama Hotel Babylon. Her brother Raoul Marquez appeared with her in the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. She returned for the 5th series of the Outnumbered. The show had not broadcast for many years, and Romana was only ten years old when series four shown. The fifth series was shown on Wednesdays on BBC One starting on Jan 29, 2014.

Romana Marquez Awards

Romana got the following various awards including the following:

British Comedy Award for best female Comedy Newcomer

British Comedy Award for the best female Comedy Breakthrough Artist

In Dec 2009, Romana won the British comedy award for best female comedy newcomer, making her the youngest winner of the British Comedy Award in its twenty-year history. Romana also shared two other awards with the cast and production team for Outnumbered at the same ceremony, including ‘Best TV Comedy.’

Romana Marquez

Romana Marquez Movies

She got her fame due to her work in following movies:

Arthur Christmas in 2011

The King’s Speech in 2010

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel in 2011

Romana Marquez Facts

She worked in the music video game in 2014 where the song was ‘kick me.’

Romana Marquez had her first recurring tv role as Karen on the BBC One series Outnumbered.

She is the daughter of actor Martin Marquez.

Romana Marquez did voice acting with James Mcvoy in the 2011 animated film Arthur Christmas.

She has a blonde hairstyle. Romana Marquez likes to keep her eyebrow dark in color. Her complexion is naturally based; only a pink lip gloss can complete her make up.

She is an attractive young girl who can make her career more bright by focusing on modeling and acting. Romana is bold as well as beautiful.

No close relations, dating, and affairs found regarding this star. She is pure in character, unlike other celebrities. Romana Marquez likes to main close to her family.

She perceived her interest in acting from her father through genes, who is also a brilliant actor. Romana wants to be a famous actor in the future. That is why she invited her career at the very early stage. Romana Marquez made a record of receiving the award as the youngest girl. Romana Marquez likes the company of her brother Rhaoul. She looks very innocent in her style and attitude. Her social media accounts are unknown, but Romana Marquez is famous among her family, friends, and public.

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