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Roberta Colindrez

Roberta Colindrez

Highest Rated: 91% Cassandro (2023)

Lowest Rated: 57% Ms. White Light (2019)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Monterrey, Mexico

Actor Roberta Colindrez, best known for her work on the hit Broadway musical "Fun Home" (2013-), was born in Monterey, Mexico. Colindrez got her start in 2008, when she appeared in an off-Broadway production of "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" (2008), as well as the short film "One Dollar Poem" (2008). In 2011, she wrote and starred in the short film "Otis Under Sky" (2011). 2013 proved to be a seminal year for Colindrez: in addition to starring in another short film, "Beautiful Dreamer" (2013), and shooting a cameo in the Best Picture winner "Birdman" (2014), she began performing the role of Joan in "Fun Home" (2013-) the musical based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel memoir, during its limited off-Broadway run. When the show finally opened on Broadway in 2015, it was a smash with both critics and audiences, eventually winning 5 Tonys, including Best Musical of the Year.

Highest rated movies

91% Cassandro 86% Unidentified Objects 57% Ms. White Light


Roberta Colindrez Roberta Colindrez at arrivals for VIDA Premiere, Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE 14, Los Angeles, CA May 20, 2019. Photo By: Elizabeth Goodenough/Everett Collection Roberta Colindrez at arrivals for 2019 Starz Winter TCA Event, the 71Above, Los Angeles, CA February 12, 2019. Photo By: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection



91% 74% Cassandro Sabrina (Character) - 2023
86% 83% Unidentified Objects Lola (Character) - 2022
57% 91% Ms. White Light Lex (Character) - 2019


95% 87% A League of Their Own Mita (Character) 2022
83% 46% Monsterland Unknown (Character) 2020
100% 84% Vida Nico (Guest Star) 2019
93% 86% The Deuce Irene (Guest Star) 2018
87% 73% I Love Dick Devon (Character) 2016-2017
94% 93% Mr. Robot Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet 55% Unforgettable Pam Lisotta (Guest Star) 2014
89% 76% Girls Tako (Guest Star) 2012 2014