EFEBy David Villafranca Los Angeles

After triumphing around the world with meticulous and thrilling heists in the Netflix series "La casa de papel," Spanish actress Ursula Corbero is now making her Hollywood debut in "Snake Eyes," a spinoff of "G.I. Joe" in which she is now at the pinnacle - so far - of her career.

"I've always been pretty much an enemy of false modesty. So, I'm feeling proud of myself," she said in an interview with EFE.

"It's very good and I think it's very healthy to feel proud of oneself, although it seems to me that sometimes it's not viewed well to say it openly like that. But I feel that I've made a big effort to achieve what I want, which is to be able to devote myself to my vocation," she added.