Clementina Martí

Height: 1.68
Eye color: Brown
Hair color: Light brown

Clementina Martí is an Argentine actress and dancer with a creative mind. She is a fan of creating universes using different elements, whether they are concepts or through the physical body, fusing the styles that she incorporated throughout her career. She began her training as a dancer at the age of 8 training in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Spanish dances. At 12 she began acting and at 14 she formally entered the Julio Bocca and Ricky Pashkus School of Musical Comedy (studying an array of subjects such as Acting, Dance, and Singing) influenced and guided by great teachers of the Buenos Aires music scene. She graduated at the age of 18 with a full scholarship for her performance. After 3 years at the National University of Arts studying for her Bachelor’s Degree in Choreographic Composition, she started to work full-time. She has worked professionally in Theater and TV since she was 17 years old. Among her most recognized works are “Sugar, El Musical” (ensemble) “Fuerza Bruta” (physical theater and aerial dance show) “Pimpinela” (dance captain and background vocalist) Susana Gimenez Telefé (dancer and assistant) Trato Hecho Paramount (choreographer and actress) among others… She has worked with artists such as Carlos Baute, Maluma, Tini, Gloria Estefan, and Fangoria, amongst others, and as a choreographer, dancer, and creative for large firms such as Viacom, Paramount, Pluto TV, Natura and Mercado Libre.
Between her musical tours and recordings, she lived 4 months in New York with a scholarship that she won in order to perfect her skills at the Broadway Dance Center in the areas of Jazz, Ballet, Tap, and Hip Hop.
She currently resides in Mexico City where she is furthering her career by training in accent neutralization and acting classes in front of the camera. She is also working as a dancer in Myst under the direction of Felipe Fernández del Paso, giving presentations every week, while also shooting ad campaigns (with brands such as Google, Telcel, and Coca-Cola).