Paula Chirila can be described as a Romanian film, radio, theater, voice and television actress. She is also a television presenter and she was born on June 21, 1975. She is currently 48 years old.
Paula Chirila attended the George Enescu University of Arts and she was in the Theater Faculty. It is important to note that she successfully graduated in 1998. It was also in the same year that she made her debut on the stage.
She was on the stage of the State Theater in Oradea and she played the role of Rosine in The Barber of Seville. Paula Chirila played different roles during her three-year work at the Theater in Oradea and she also spent another three years working at the Northern Theater located at Satu Mare.
Paula Chirila also sang with the band called Boema which originates from Oradea. So far as the screen is concerned, Paula Chirila made her debut when she played the role of Ana in the movie titled Margo in 2006.
The movie was directed by Ioan Carmazan. In the same year, she also featured in The Wedding, a short film. As a result of the role she played in the short film, she received the award for Best Comedy Actress.
This was at the International Theater and Film Festival ‘Hyperion’. Paula Chirila moderated the matrimonial reality show, Bride for My Son in 2016 in place of Mirela Boureanu Vaida. It is important to note that Paula Chirila was married to Marius Aciu and they had a daughter called Carla Sofia.
A summary of the films by Paula Chirila has been involved in includes the following: Margo (2006), Door to Door (2008), One Second to Live (2009), What God Wants, God Gets, God Help Us All (2015), Nothing Gets Me Away (2015), Short Circuit (2017) and Snow, Tea and Love (2021).
Paula Chirila Boyfriend
The portal, https://newsbeezer.com/ in November 2019 reported of the break up of Paula Chirila and her boyfriend even though the name of her boyfreind was not stated .
For now it cannot be confirmed Paula Chirila if has a new boyfriend or not .
She has also been featured in a number of theater plays and some are One Man and Several Women, Nothing Escapes Me, Death for the Country, One Woman, two men, Three Possibilities, It’s Sun/Rain and I Love You but not you.
In 2017, Paula Chirila was nominated in the category called The Most Popular Television Star in Romania for the Media Radar Awards.