TV/Movie Star - Pan's Labyrinth, The Shannara Chronicles
APPEARING ONE DAY ONLY - CHRISTCHURCH MARCH 12TH ONLY
PHOTO SESSION TIMES - 2pm SUNDAY MARCH 12TH
PHOTO COSTS - $40.00
AUTOGRAPH SESSION TIMES - 2.15pm to 3.30pm SUNDAY MARCH 12TH ONLY
AUTOGRAPH COSTS - $30.00
PANEL TIMES - 1pm SUNDAY MARCH 12TH
Ivana Baquero is a Spanish actress. At the age of 11, she was chosen by director Guillermo del Toroto star as Ofelia in Pan's Labyrinth, for which she won critical acclaim and the Goya Award for Best New Actress. In 2015, she was cast as Eretria in the television series The Shannara Chronicles.
Ivana Baquero started acting professionally at the age of eight, playing a few small roles in a number of films before being cast in Pan's Labyrinth in 2006. The most notable of these early films is Fragile, in which she played a minor role alongside Calista Flockhart and Richard Roxburgh. She was in a number of other films including Romasanta and Rottweiler. She has also appeared on Spanish television on a few occasions.
From about 1000 young actresses, Baquero was picked to play the role of Ofelia in Pan's Labyrinth. The role of Ofelia was originally intended for a girl of the age of 8, but the script was altered to accommodate Baquero, who was 11 at the time. Afterward, she worked in various projects while still attending school.
In 2009, she played the title role in John Connolly's horror film, The New Daughter, with Kevin Costner, marking her first American role.
In 2015, Baquero was cast in The Shannara Chronicles, an MTV television adaptation of the Shannara novel series by Terry Brooks, in which she plays the role of Eretria, the show premiered in January 2016 and is currently filming its second season in NZ.
Ivana will be attending the Sunday of the Christchurch Armageddon expo Only.
Ivana attends work and health commitments pending
Fees apply for autographs and photos