Brenda Matos It belongs to a group of emerging actors who exist in the series “Al fondo hay sitio”. Due to her abilities in front of the cameras, as well as her interpretation, she has won the affection of fans who show their love when they find her in the streets.
Brenda knew how to recognize her success and show her gratitude while doing her best at work. He is happy for the great reception he received for playing Kimberly, which he expressed in an interview with ‘More shows’. During the interview, he also shared a story that made him sad.
Brenda Matos hasn’t seen her mother in 20 years
While fans of the series are eagerly waiting to learn about the new adventures that will take place in Las Lomas, Brenda Matos shared part of her personal life in an interview.
The actress expressed her desire to enjoy her popularity with her mother, but unfortunately she is unable to do so because she has not lived in Peru for more than a decade.
“What do you have mom and dad told you at home? Do your relatives and neighbors see you?” The journalist asked ” Brenda Matos, who He confessed: “My father is happy, my mother still hasn’t found out that she is in another country, in Japan. I haven’t seen her for 20 years anymore.”
Brenda Matos: what is the other work of the actress who plays Kimberly in? ‘At the bottom is the room‘
Another passion Brenda Matos This is a model, a profession that he studied and completed before ‘AFHS’. In fact, the actress has an activity where she teaches and teaches the future models of Peru.
In an interview, the actress admitted that she never left the model, even when she entered the Peruvian series. For seven years, Matos Fadholi was a model for several brands, and although he admits that he did not know what to do at first, he gradually began to let go.
Now, Brenda teaches her own design agency classes called Model Maker. According to the information official websiteThe company is in charge of customer service.
The duration of her class is a month or a month and a half, said the actress, who showed that her job is not only to teach her students in catwalk sessions and display photos, but also to help them with their self-esteem. . “I feel like my students are gods,” he said in an interview for America TV.
Artist performing various workshops (Photo: Brenda Matos Fadholi / Instagram)