Television is a very demanding industry as far as traditional beauty standards are concerned. There are many actresses who throughout their careers suffer the pressure of having to look thin and with a body 'ten' to be able to appear on screen and have a job.
This is what happened, for example, to Michelle Renaud, the protagonist of successful Televisa soap operas such as The Shadow of the Past, Daughters of the Moon and The Queen is Me.
The Mexican actress recently told in the program D Generaciones (Unicable) that she leads together with Arath de la Torre that on several occasions the producers have asked her to modify her body in order to obtain a character, including what would be her first leading role.
"I had just had surgery [on the breasts] and I was going to be in my first role and they spoke to me to tell me that they wanted me to have the bubbies and buttocks and I did 'but I already had them done,'" said Renaud, who has more than 3 million followers on Instagram alone.
This was not, however, the only experience of that style that the current couple of the Ecuadorian heartthrob Danilo Carrera has lived within the competitive artistic medium.
The actress said that on another occasion another producer told her that she looked too 'cachetona' to be able to interpret the character that could be for her.
“A producer also came one day with me and said 'you are vegan, right?' And I 'yes',' but what do you eat pure potatoes or what? You are really good, so the character doesn't work for me. ' I stayed like this and I said 'look, if you don't want a cachetona, you're not wasting my time with castings' And what do you think? She gave the role to me,”Michelle recalled without giving names.
Recall that a few months ago Renaud went through the operating room to remove his breast implants, which he put on 9 years ago, driven by the pressure of the environment in which he works.
"There is nothing more important than health and this society has taught us that we have to have bubbies to be happy and the truth is that no," was the message the actress wanted to send.