Debora de Sola von Habsburg

Debora Habsburg is an award-winning actress and filmmaker. Born in El Salvador, she also has French nationality and is fluent in Spanish, French, German, and Italian. Debora has a B.A. in French Literature from Bryn Mawr College, PA. She studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, The William Esper Studio and the T. Schreiber Studio in New York City. In Latin America she worked with renowned figures like Juan Jose Campanella and Francis Ford Coppola and had roles in TV shows like Desperate Housewives (Brazil) and Hombres de Honor (Argentina) She participated in the adaptation of the play No Exit directed by Patricio Orozco.  During her years living in Miami, Debora acted in the plays, The Vagina Monologues, Casa Ajena, Enredadas and Abstinencias.  In  New York she acted in the TV shows  Perfect Murder and Monsters Inside Me.  


As a film-maker Debora has co-produced and acted in Freddie of Wynwood which competed at the Miami Film Festival and is now on Amazon and Direct TV.  Salvador which won several awards internationally and aired on PBS’s national network and Swear by Apollo which was accepted in 13 festivals world-wide and for which she received a Best Lead Actress and a Best Short Awards at the Latitude Film Festival.  Through her production company Debora is currently developing the Documentary and serial concept “Real Wonder Women” about 3 wonderfully inspiring Latina women living in Miami that have been able to overcome their difficult circumstances and are now giving back to their community. Her second Documentary which has completed main photography is about a man who rescues and rehabilitates marine wildlife off the coast of Uruguay. In development are a historic fiction limited series called The Execution of Maximilian, female driven adventure comedy feature, Besties, Borders and Barks and the TV dramedy Familia Mia.