Karin Pereira de Souza is a Brazilian actress, singer and songwriter. In 2002, she won the talent show Popstars and joined the Brazilian girl group Rouge until 2005, with which she released four studio albums, Rouge, C'est La Vie, Blá Blá Blá and Mil e Uma Noites, selling in all 6 million copies and becoming the most successful girl group of Brazil and one of the twenty that more sold in the world. It gained prominence like actress when starring several musicals in the theater, like In 2009 Hairspray, Emoções Baratas, Alô, Dolly!, Xanadu and Mudança de Hábito, besides starring in the serials television Pé na Cova and Sexo e Negas. In 2016, returns to the SBT to integrate the cast of the telenovela Carinha de Anjo, interpreting fun and confused nun, Sister Fabiana.
|Born:||Karin Pereira de Souza, February 7, 1979, Paracambi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Occupation:||Actress, singer, songwriter, dancer|
|Television:||Popstars, Aquele Beijo, Pé na Cova, Sexo e as Negas, Carinha de Anjo|
|Website:||Karin Hils's Official site|
|Twitter:||Karin Hils's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Karin Hils's Instagram profile|
|IMDb:||Karin Hils's IMDb|
About Karin Hils
Actress and singer-songwriter who began her career as a member of the girl group Rouge. The group became the most successful female group in Brazil. She later went on to lead musical theatre shows like Hairspray and Xanadu as well as star in television serials like Pé na Cova and Sexo e Negas.
Karin Hils Before Fame
She kicked off her career in 2002 as competitor on the reality show Popstars.
Achievement of Karin Hils
In 2016, she joined the cast of the series Carinha de Anjo as Irmã Fabiana Canto Teixeira.
Karin Hils Family Life
She was born Karin Pereira de Souza in Paracambi, Rio de Janeiro.
Associations of Karin Hils
She was joined in the band Rouge by Luciana Andrade.
Information related to Karin Hils
- Brazilian musical theatre actresses
- Brazilian female dancers
- Brazilian female singer-songwriters
- Popstars winners
- 21st-century Brazilian actresses
- Brazilian singer-songwriters
- Brazilian stage actresses
- Brazilian telenovela actresses
- Brazilian television actresses
- Feminist musicians