Carla N. Gugino
Sarasota, Florida, U.S.
Carla completed her schooling in Paradise, California where she moved with her mother at the age of 5.
Carla Gugino is signed with the Untitled Entertainment.
- Father – Carl Gugino (Orthodontist)
- Mother – Susan
- Siblings – Carl Gugino Jr. (Half-Brother)
- Others – Carol Merrill (Aunt) (Television Game Show Model), Hillary Safire (Actress)
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
135 pounds or 61 kg
Boyfriend / Spouse
Carla Gugino dated –
- Sebastian Gutierrez (2005-Present) – Carla and Venezuelan director, writer, and producer Sebastian Gutierrez first met each other on the sets of the romantic comedy film Wedding Bells Blues (1996) for the first time. They commenced dating each other in 2005. Sebastian has directed Carla in ten other films and series. On their marriage plan, Carla stated in 2009 that they have no plans for marriage right now and the most important thing for them is to be together.
Race / Ethnicity
Carla has Italian ancestry through her father and is of English-Irish descent through her mother.
35.5-25-35 in or 90-63.5-89 cm
She has appeared in a television commercial for L’Oreal hair coloring (1999).
This is what Carla says about her religious beliefs –
“I am not a particularly religious person, but I do really believe strongly that we all need to believe in something and that’s very personal to each of us”.
Best Known For
She is best notable for playing Ingrid Cortez in the American / Mexican family action film series Spy Kids (1988, 2002 and 2003), as Lucille in American crime thriller anthology Sin City (2005), Rebecca Hutman in American fantasy adventure comedy film Night at the Museum (2006) and a psychiatrist Dr. Vera Gorski in American action fantasy film Sucker Punch (2011).
Some of her best known roles on television includes the title character in American crime drama series Karen Sisco (2003-2004), Dr. Molly Caffrey in science fiction drama series Threshold on CBS, (2005-2006) and Amanda Daniels in American comedy drama series Entourage (season 3, 5 and 7).
Carla made her big screen debut with the American adventure comedy film Troop Beverly Hills in 1989. She appeared for her role as Chica Barnfell, a stern girl who’s left alone by her jet-setting parents.
First TV Show
In 1988, Carla debuted her television career with the American sitcom Who’s The Boss? She appeared in the season 4 episode “Prom Night II” as Jane.
Carla Gugino is one of the few celebrities, who have fabulous flaunting curves. She counts few of the points like exercise, eating right and adequate sleep in her fitness regime, which are accountable for her fit body. Carla also goes for yoga, hiking and swimming. According to her, she will never suggest anyone to starve or eat less. Rather, Carla believes in having healthy stuff and eating everything in moderation.
Carla Gugino Favorite Things
Carla Gugino Facts
- Carla Gugino was a valedictory speaker in her high school.
- She went through a kidney operation at the mere age of 4.
- Carla turned down the role in action comedy film The Pacifier (2005) as Vin Diesel’s love interest as she was more interested to work in crime thriller Sin City (2005).
- Carla was featured in a Bon Jovi music video “Always” (1994) alongside Jack Noseworthy and Keri Russell.
- After her parents split when she was two, Carla spent her childhood in California, Big Sur and Sarasota.
- Carla used to do modeling as a teenager and took up acting at the suggestion of her aunt, Carol Merrill.
- Carla has a little butterfly tattoo on her left ankle.
- In 2002, Carla was ranked at no. 38 on the list of Maxim magazine’s 100 sexiest women.
- Carla made her Broadway debut in 2004 via the play After the Fall by “Arthur Miller,” playing the character of Maggie.
- She starred in Goodman theater production’s (Chicago), Eugene O’Neill play Desire Under the Elms, where she played the character of Abby.
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