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"Ever since I was a little girl, I have always liked the theatre and film and everything fantasy...you know, dressing up, putting make-up on my face. I have always been very creative with my clothes and accessories. I always put on an extra something, to make things extra special It must be a theatre thing."


Born under the name of Martha Eugenia Solorzano Davila,..

She’s the daughter of a chemist/pharmacist and a painter/writer.

At the early age of eight, Martha’s parents sent her to boarding school in Vienna, Austria saving her from ongoing turmoil in her home country. Martha lived in Vienna for three years, and then moved back to Nicaragua, but only remained there a few months. Ms. Solorzano moved to Miami at he age of twelve. She attended Middle School…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 11
  • Joined June 1, 2010

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exotic leather from Central and South America, The most unusual Austrian crystals, colorful feathers, velvet, antique pieces, precious and semi precious stones set on silver, corals

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"Ever since I was a little girl, I have always liked the theatre and film and everything fantasy...you know, dressing up, putting make-up on my face. I have always been very creative with my clothes and accessories. I always put on an extra something, to make things extra special It must be a theatre thing."


Born under the name of Martha Eugenia Solorzano Davila,..

She’s the daughter of a chemist/pharmacist and a painter/writer.

At the early age of eight, Martha’s parents sent her to boarding school in Vienna, Austria saving her from ongoing turmoil in her home country. Martha lived in Vienna for three years, and then moved back to Nicaragua, but only remained there a few months. Ms. Solorzano moved to Miami at he age of twelve. She attended Middle School there and became a member of the drama club. It was from that school that she was recruited to the acclaimed New World School for the Arts.


From there, she went on to win several more scholarships to study drama in renowned schools such as Carnegie Mellon, New York University and Boston University, where she decided to attend and where she earned her B.F.A. in dramatic arts. She later took her acting skills back to Miami, where she worked as principal performer in over one hundred TV commercials which were broadcast all over North America, Latin America, and Europe. She got supporting roles in TELEMUNDO’s soap opera’s Guadalupe and El Magnate. She also directed a few plays for several different companies in Miami and Boca Raton in the Spanish language. Martha designed all the costumes.

"Because I'm an actress, I always have had to have other jobs to pay my bills. The one that fit me the best was freelance vendor for fragrances. It pays well, and I just adore make-up, perfume and FASHION! I was around beauty all day long. The whole time, I was working admiring all the designs of all the different fashion icons, I would dream that one day I would have my own line of handbags."

Later she was chosen as a bilingual spokesperson, presenter and host for General Motors and later Mitsubishi Motors of North America. She has appeared in Spanish and English TV programs for MTV, TELEMUNDO and UNIVISION. She has also starred in a few independent films like CHAPTER ZERO, SOUVENIR and a short film for the BBC. She has applied her dual language skills doing voice-overs for radio and TV, and dubbing cartoon characters from English to Spanish, as well as appearing in music videos and modeled for hundreds of ad campaigns including Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank of America, ATT, Carnival Cruise Lines, Bud Light, Coca-Cola, KODAK, Country Wide and many more.

She was awarded a diploma in the capacity of feature film producer, Cinema Director from the Hollywood Film Institute, as well as another diploma in digital filmmaking for FVA Film and Video Arts in New York City in 2001. Martha is CEO and president of Go Wilder Productions, Inc. a company specializing in ultra low budget films. Martha is a member of SAG (Screen Actors Guild) and IFP (Independent Feature Project)


"You learn a lot by being on the set of TV commercials, movies and especially the theatre. It's all fantasy. For me, fashion is fantasy; a delicious fantasy that can change behavior and demeanor. My clutches are like old Hollywood movies...very dramatic...very Casablanca!"

Her new endeavor is marooka, a line of very trendy, croc clutches and handbags. On her free time, Martha enjoys photography, decorating her house and spending time with her loved ones.

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