Otmara Marrero, an American actress
Biography

‘StartUp’ Actress Otmara Marrero

Widely famous as Izzy Morales in StartUp (2016-18), American actress Otmara Marrero turned professional in 2015. A trained ballet dancer, the Miami-born was a cheerleader in high school before she found her passion for acting. Within a span of 5 years, she has become one the notable acting figures; notably worked in Clementine (2019, film) and Connecting…(2020, TV series).

Family Background and Parents of Otmara Marrero

The Miami, Florida-raised actress is an American by nationality and has Cuban roots. Born on February 28, 1989, Marrero is 32 years old as of 2021 and has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm). Her birth sign is Pisces. As for her family members, she has 3 siblings but barely talks about them.

On June 21, 2020, she shared a picture with her father and other family members. Reportedly, when Otmara was only 9 years old, her biological father left her. So the TV star’s mother married against and was raised by her step-father.

Otmara Marrero and her biological father; after her father left, she was raised by step-father
Otmara Marrero and her biological father; after her father left, she was raised by her step-father
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From an early age, the Graceland actress trained as a ballerina for 16 years; she stated it during an interview with Schon Magazine in 2019. While at high school, she even was a cheerleader for the baseball team Florida Marlins for 2 years.

Breakthrough From ‘StartUp’- When Did She Begin Acting?

Otmara Marrero made her TV debut during her mid-20s in 2015 through the TV film Instant Gratification. Moreover, the same year, she appeared in guest roles in the TV series: Ballers and Graceland. From 2016 to 2018, the hazel-eyed beauty portrayed one of the main casts, Izzy Morales, in StartUp.

Other notable co-stars in the Netflix series were Adam Brody, Edi Gathegi, Martin Freeman, Ron Perlman, Jocelin Donahue, and Kristen Ariza.

Marrero got TV breakthrough from the series StartUp (2016-18)
Marrero got TV breakthrough from the series StartUp (2016-18)
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Since the mid-2010s, the American actress has worked in numerous movies: My Daughter’s Dilemma (2016), Miss Arizona (2018), and Clementine (2019). In 2020, Marrero worked in the TV series Connecting…(2020), and Day by Day (2020). Most recently in 2021, she appeared in the short-TV series Launchpad.

Otmara Marrero’s Net Worth In 2021

Besides acting, no other income source of Marrero is out. The StartUp actress allegedly took home tens of thousand dollars per episode, having appeared in 30 episodes in total (Season 1-3). As of 2021, Otmara has an estimated net worth of $300,000.

Since her acting debut in 2015, the American actress has worked in 15 acting credits inclusive of TV series & films. The Lara Gallagher-directed film Clementine, where she starred alongside Sydney Sweeney saw a 6.16/10 rating from Rotten Tomatoes. It did earn her a salary in the 6-digit figure.

Moreover, as per IMDB, Marreor’s upcoming film Who Am I? is under post-production. Another TV series set for 2022, Florida Man, is currently filming.

Is The ‘Clementine’ Actress Dating Anyone?

An active Instagram user (@_ot) with over 77.7K followers, the Miami native often shares pictures of her family and showcases how she values their relationship. However, the scenario is completely opposite when it comes to her love life; she rather seems to keep it low-key. At the moment, Otmara is not dating anyone officially or has any rumored boyfriend.

And for her married life, no reports on her secret wedding or husband ever got a firm stand.

But, the actress was in a relationship, but an abusive one in the past. In an interview with Yitzi Weiner for Authority Magazine, Marrero confirmed that her ex-boyfriend was a baseball player. The two remained together for 5 years, while the American actress faced abuse from him. But eventually, she took a stand and broke up.

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