Her latest roles are in “Temporarily Lost” opposite Nick Moran working alongside the Alzheimer’s charity and the docudrama “Autopsy: Tom Petty” by ITV. Further credits are in feature films such as “Fast and Furious”, the fantasy horror “Coven” alongside Dexter Fletcher, the western shot at Sergio Leone Studios in Almeria “Six Bullets to Hell” which won awards at many film festivals and “Sit in Silence” also awarded at London’s Sci-fi 48 Hour Film Challenge. Her theatre work covers London West End and fringe productions such as ”Invitation to a Beheading” for what she received outstanding reviews, “It’s Hardly Everest” at the Leitonstone Festival and touring ”King Arthur”.
Rodriguez has worked in sitcom pilots and fly-on-the-wall comedy sketches such as “Death of a Salesman“ and as a motion capture artist on films such as “Mirror Mirror” by Relativity Media. She is a voice over for documentaries, commercials, animation and corporate recordings for companies such as Warner Bros, the BBC and Amazon among others.
Magda works in role-play too for Social Services training sessions and corporate shoots for various organisations. She has been a radio and TV presenter for “Spectrum International“ and shows such as “Miss Latin UK“, this is in addition to undertaking collaboration on projects such as the book “The Actor and the Camera” by Denis Lawson. Other clients include Microsoft, Channel 4, BSC, RSA, The Hollywood Film Institute and Screen Writers Studio with Chris Vogler, John Truby, Dov Simens and Guillermo Arriaga.
Magda is an experienced stage and screen Actress with more than fifteen years under her belt, having been cast in a wide range of leading and supporting roles covering all genres from drama through to comedy. She is half English half Spanish and holds dual nationality, being fluently bilingual enables her versatility to cover contrasting international characters.
Since childhood she felt a strong call for the arts, she spent her early years in Spain where she was later on named patron of the ”International Film Expo in the Canary Islands”. In her teens she became strongly involved with painting, poetry, acting, dancing and singing. She moved to the UK as a young adult and after attaining a BA (Hon) Modern Languages degree in Lancashire she followed education within the Performing Arts in London, where she relocated to train and become a professional actress.
She studied at different acting schools such as The Method Studio and at The City Literary Institute, with additional preparation at the Actors Centre and Webber Douglas as well as in Meisner technique. Magda is a Berlinale Talent Campus alumni, she was also selected for “Film Lab” and “The Actor’s Cut” supported by Equity, Skillset, Panavision, the UK Film Council and the Scottish Actor’s Studio.
Magda: “I truly love character work within the magic of the stage or screen… and find that transformation given through a character’s journey is even more satisfying and exciting, I thrive on deep and challenging transitions”
“Acting is the most clear choice I’ve ever made in my life and one of the greatest things that has ever happened to me. The drive is unquestionable, like survival. I love what I do and working hard without taking anything for granted in life. I thank my lucky stars and count my blessings every day to be able to say that this is my profession”