When it comes to actress Maria Patricia, a young Austrian talent who has already created an immense body of work that puts her versatility on display, there is simply no question about her talent for getting under the skin of characters whose differences are beyond diverse.
“I am constantly on the look out for different projects-- I simply love my work,” explained actress Maria Patricia. “Reinventing myself is a necessity for me to feel alive, I love learning new things and having the opportunity to find the challenges within new characters.”
Ms. Patricia has starred in a long list of films including Host House, Fruit Punch, Image, Love on the Edge, Avinyó 36, The Vision, The Musician, Autokorrektur and many more.
Patricia is a knockout in the film Autokorrektur, which opened at the Vienna Museum of Modern Art’s Cinema (MUMOK) and was created by renowned visual media artist Marlene Maier. Based on a series of anonymous chat logs, messages, blog entries and comments, which combine to create a constant dialogue with each character’s self-image, Autokorrektur received incredible recognition and was screened at the Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival in Kassel, Germany.
Ms. Patricia’s command over her craft has not only allowed her to easily transition between starkly different roles, but it has also given her the power to work on a myriad of different kinds of productions outside of film and television.
After debuting as a witch in Macbeth on the stage in Madrid, Maria Patricia went on to give a series of monumental performances as Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, Izzy in Rabbit Hole, Frankie in Frankie and Johnny, Sarah in Stop Kiss, as well as many more. She also starred in the mixed media exhibition “Love is dead. And you killed it,” as well as the music video for Ed Bradley’s hit song “Glows in the Dark.”
While she has a busy shooting schedule ahead of her, you can catch this incredible star in the horror film Host House, which will screen at the James Bridges Theater in Los Angeles on October 25.