Step into the vivacious world of Sofia Vergara, a Colombian-American actress, model, and entrepreneur, born on July 10, 1972. With her infectious energy, comedic flair, and undeniable charisma, Vergara has become a global icon, captivating audiences with her performances on-screen and her dynamic presence off-screen.
Renowned for her role as Gloria Pritchett on the hit television series "Modern Family," Sofia Vergara has not only showcased her acting prowess but has also emerged as a trailblazer in the entertainment industry. Beyond the glitz and glamour, she's an advocate for diversity, a successful businesswoman, and a source of inspiration for many.
As we present a curated collection of Sofia Vergara's quotes, anticipate a delightful blend of humor, wisdom, and empowering insights. Whether she's making us laugh with her on-screen antics or sharing her perspective on life, Vergara's quotes reflect her authenticity, resilience, and the celebration of individuality.
Join us in celebrating the quotes of Sofia Vergara, where each phrase is a testament to her magnetic personality, unwavering confidence, and the belief that laughter and self-expression are universal languages that connect us all.
Family DynamicsSometimes it can be bad to have too much family. Everybody gets involved in your problems, giving their opinion, gossiping, and making drama. But when bad things happen, they will be there to support you.
Oh yes, things get me mad. But the thing is, I get mad, and then I turn around and I forget.
IdentityDiversityRepresentationStereotypesI'm a natural blonde. But when I started acting, I would go to auditions and they didn't know where to put me because I was voluptuous and had the accent - but I had blonde hair. It was ignorance: they thought every Latin person looks like Salma Hayek.
MotherhoodI do think it was fantastic to have a kid young. My friends now are all panicking if they haven't found somebody to have kids with. It was never like that for me because I already had the kid!
Personal ExperienceClothingBody ImageHollywoodMy boobs are, like, huge. My whole life, buying a bra was a nightmare. What I used to do when I moved to LA, I found places like Frederick's of Hollywood that make bras for... strippers.
Personal PreferencesI don't think God cares if I wear nail polish or not. I don't think that's a deal breaker for him.
Societal ExpectationsAppearanceAgingL. A. is crazy. The women all look the same now. That thing with the cheeks. Like Madonna. Who do they think they're fooling? It doesn't make them look young. You end up looking like a freak.
You know, I was the class clown in Catholic school, but I never thought I would make a living out of it!
Body ImageWell, in Colombia everybody's very voluptuous, and you're supposed to be. You don't want to be skinny when all of your cousins are mermaids. You grow up thinking that's how beauty is.
Societal ExpectationsSelf-ConfidenceBody ImageHumorFamily DynamicsMy father told me that if I ever did anything artistic, I was going to look like a hooker. I told him, 'With these huge boobs that I inherited from your mother, I already look like a hooker!'
MotherhoodThe mother is the one who is going to help you in the long run! You must make her your friend. It matters what she thinks.
Latin guys dance. American guys don't dance. That's a big difference.
When I travel abroad, because I'm Columbian, I'm always one that they check twice and security and I'm the one that they open my bag and the one they pull to the side to check the visa.
I went to a school run by Catholic nuns. They were really strict.
I don't want plastic surgery or fillers or Botox.
ExerciseI use Spanish dancing as a way to exercise. I've done that for my whole life.
Personal ExperienceI've never gone out with a guy who is older than me by more than a couple years. Usually it's my age, a little bit older, or even a little bit younger. But not a 15- or 20-year difference.
I love jewelry - rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, you name it.
I always heard that immigrants had a really hard life when they came to America.
It has to be a very specific role for me because of my accent. I can't complain; I've been working since I got to LA. But it is hard. I have no training as an actress so I try whatever I do like school, because I'm learning.
RoleI never thought I would get such a perfect role in 'Modern Family.' A lot of TV shows now are looking for more Latin women.
I guess I am going to think about freezing my eggs.
HealthWhen they tell you that you have cancer, you panic.