MEXICO CITY, August 22 (El Universal).- The classical dance steps that BB Gayton began to take at the age of two marked his path: the world of art. Discipline, the singer also shares, was therefore a natural part of her training.
The actress recalls that thanks to the education she received from her mother Sylvia Paragon, a graduate of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA), she had to achieve a precise, elegant and perfect technique.
Over the years, Bibi perfected himself as an artist and then as a teacher, and today, at 51, he teaches it to his daughter Ana Paula so she can try herself. Love without barriers.
“I consider myself a perfectionist, I fall fat because I demand a lot from myself and it’s never enough. If the choreography feels like it’s already finished with one pirouette, I want to do two. I’m always demanding. I also sometimes scold myself: ‘Keep calm, that’s it. , enjoy now'”Biby says in an interview with EL UNIVERSAL.
The actress, singer and dancer passes the generation baton to her daughter, Ana PaulaHe shares the credits of the famous concert coming up at the Teatro Centenario in Coyoacan.
For Eduardo Capetillo’s wife, the world belongs to the youth and she thinks that’s something that needs to continue. Share it He always advises his children to fight and not give up the first time, because he says that this acting life is for disciplined and diligent people.
“It’s very important to give opportunities to young people because they are the future. Someone gave us that opportunity at that time and now it’s their turn; there are people who prepare their whole lives and sometimes don’t get there.”
26-year-old Ana Paula doesn’t take it too seriously. She feels that being the daughter of two famous actors means a lot of responsibility and pressure, as the comparison in the play is inevitable as she plays Maria, a role her mother debuted 20 years ago.
“I have a great privilege to be the daughter of my parents, doors open easily for me because of the last names, but I tried to be as prepared as possible so that the opportunity I had was not wasted. So I feel prepared for the future. Plans to come”Says the actress.
The singer also says that believing in herself, practicing, assembling and enjoying it is the best advice she got from her parents.
“I got perfectionism from my mom, I’m a bit neurotic too, I’m always under a lot of stress. This is my debut and there are a lot of nerves”Ana Paula agreed.
His love knows no bounds
For BB Gaydon, a woman ahead of her time and making her own decisions is God’s gift: Anita, Maria’s mother figure on stage in the late ’50s.
“I made my debut in the theater 20 years ago with the role that Ana Pao plays today. Anita hides Maria without being her mother, she occupies that mother figure, not only to pamper her, but to put you in your place. It’s wrong,” the actress said about the work based on Romeo and Juliet. describes.
It’s about a character she not only identifies with, but from whom she wants to learn more: “As a mother, and like all Mexicans and Latinos, we are very ‘ours'”.