IN THE HEART OF THE PEOPLE
If something can fill an actress with pride is being considered an integral, “chameleonlike” artist and versatile enough to swing between one discipline and another. Actress Paula Ali wants to be remembered as "a person that people loved, because she made them feel good at a certain moment, nothing else". Perhaps this confession that she made to a colleague recently has guided her profession, whose remarkable career has led her to act in all possible performing media. Great directors have been present in her rich career, from Bertha Martínez, Héctor Quintero, Vicente Revuelta, Abelardo Estorino, Roberto Blanco, Carlos Díaz, to the majestic Armando Suárez del Villar. From the vernacular theater she went to Teatro Estudio and acknowledges the great training provided by great actresses such as Candita Quintana, Alicia Rico, Isabel Moreno, Ana Viñas and Miriam Learra. She has followed the Stanilavski method because she considers it perfect, but she resorts to her intimate self to build her characters and make them more credible. Many specialists recognize her sympathy, intuition, spontaneity, mastery in transitions and her proficiency in all performing media. Her charisma has led her to work in cinema with Tomás Gutiérrez Alea (Titón), Juan Carlos Tabío, Orlando Rojas, Daniel Díaz Torres, Humberto Solás and Gerardo Chijona, just to mention a few.