American actress-writer, Roberta Colindrez first grabbed the audience attention for her role of Tako in the HBO series Girls (2012). Not only that, but she is well-known for her work in the musical Fun Home, a lesbian-themed musical.
Roberta’s choice of characters and her full-fledged lesbian roles in the most of the movies has fueled the rumors about her sexual orientation. Also, her absence of boyfriend in her life has even give speculations in her sexual preference.
Roberta’s Short Wiki-Bio
Roberta already lived three decades of her life, and her age is 31. She is from New York and has risen to this great height as an American actress born in Mexico and possesses a white ethnicity.
Roberta Colondrez, who stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches tall looks beautiful and has a gorgeous personality. Roberto never talked about her birthday, family and siblings. She loves to keep a picture of a mysterious person in the show business.
Traveling back to the time when Roberta initially entered the entertainment industry, we remember her debut in Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. This debut gave her an idea of her interest in the acting business and thus led her to many short films and theatre productions.
Later in 2011, Roberta acted in the movie; Otis Under Sky; she even wrote the scripts for the film. Then 2013 came as a life-changing year for her where she got to join the musical Fun Home.
Roberta at the gathering with the cast of Fun Home posted on 25 August 2016 (Photo: The New York Times)
In her career, Roberta worked with several award-winning artists like Emily Skeggs, Sydney Lucas, Judy Kuhn, and Beth Malone.
Roberta Colindrez has also made her guest appearances on television series including Unforgettable (2014), Broadway Empire (2014), Late Night with Seth Meyers (2015). She also does voice acting work, most notably for her role in the podcast, Alice Isn't Dead (2017). In Broadway Empire, she played the role of Cuban prostitute.
Roberta Colindrez Has Husband? Or Is Lesbian?
In today’s world of entertainment, one’s work matters more than the gender. Among the names of artists whose work has changed people’s perception of sexuality and its effect on performance on the stage, we absolutely can't miss Roberta’s name.
Her performance in the Tony-winning musical Fun Home where she played a formative lesbian character named Joan is considered as one of the best musical with lesbian subcontext. Because of her appearance with her short black hair and with a punk looks fueled the rumors about her sexual orientation.
The filmmaker of movie I Love Dick (2017) first heard about the actress via her performance in the Tony-winning musical Fun Home, cast her in his film. She played the role of a Devon, a butch cowboy who is attracted to women, has furthered claimed about her being a lesbian.
In an interview with Bitch Media on 13 October 2016, Roberta was being asked about her sexuality whether she is straight or a Lesbian and in response, she replied that she had not discovered yet.
The missing information of her dating and married life has further added to question about her sexuality. However, until and unless the actress comes with her sexuality nothing can be said or assumed in this matter.