Claudia Espínola was born in Asunción Paraguay in April 1991.
In 2018 she debuted as dramaturge with her first piece called Condenadas, a feminist play that she also helped to direct.
Her debut as director came with Ninfómana Alérgica, a play that she also co-wrote with the lead actress, which has just premiered in April 2021 and pretends to stay a month on billboards.
In September 2021 she’ll present her second piece called La noche mas hipócrita del año, also written by her.
She is also an actress, a Stand Up comedian, a screenwriter and a director for film.
In 2019 wrote and directed her first short film called La Maldición who won the biggest prize in the local filming competition: Festival Prócer Latino Sombras en la Noche. A year later she wrote and directed another prize winning short film called Pa’íma he’i for the Smartfilms competition, this time she won Best Script and Best Direction.
She currently works writing scripts for a sitcom, doing Stand Up shows, directing theater and films, and as a professor of acting for film in TIA, one of the most prestigious acting schools in Paraguay.