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Mara Hautea Schnittka known professionally as Julia Montes is a Filipino actress of German descent. She began acting as a child on television by playing guest roles and starring in Goin’ Bulilit.
Montes gained widespread recognition with her first significant role and breakthrough playing the mean and spoiled Clara del Valle in the remake of Mara Clara (2010–11), following which she made her film debut in the family drama Way Back Home (2011).
Julia Montes was born Mara Hautea Schnittka on March 19, 1995, in Pandacan, Manila, Philippines, to a Filipino mother, Gemma Hautea, and German father, Martin Schnittka. Schnittka left them when Montes was still a baby, and only her deaf mother raised her with the help of her grandmother, Flory Hautea. She has two younger brothers, Patrick and Paolo.
She describes education as one of the tools to have a good life and she hopes to continuously work not just for herself but for her family as well. Montes has other relatives in Germany. In 2011, she finished high school with good grades at the Blessed Hope Christian School.
At the age of 5, Montes began attending auditions and modeling agencies. She recalls the struggles she and her grandmother went through: commuting to castings, hurrying from school to shoots and missing a lot of family time in the process until she was cast in a milk brand, chocolate snack and fast food chain endorsements.
However, she said she never competed with anyone and was just in the entertainment industry out of needs. Describing her ambitions as a child, Montes has said, “Since I was a child, I only had three dreams: to become a soldier, a chef and a flight attendant.
Julia Montes Net Worth
Montes has been described in the media as one of the most talented actresses of her generation, and frequently referred to as “Royal Princess of Drama”, and “Daytime Drama Queen”.
She is noted for playing in a range of material from horror to drama and has played roles in both high-profile, mainstream productions, and low-budget independent films.
Directors Emmanuel Palo and Trina Dayrit, who directed her in different Dreamscape Entertainment releases such as Walang Hanggan, A Moment in Time, Ikaw Lamang, and Doble Kara, have praised her versatility and maturity
Montes has received one FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination, two PMPC Star Award nominations, and one Young Critics Circle Award for Best Performance nomination. From these, she has won a FAMAS Award for the German Moreno Youth Achievement. In addition, Montes won two Gawad Tanglaw Awards for Best Actress for her performances in Ikaw Lamang (2014) and Doble Kara (2015–17). She also won a Princess of Philippine Television Award for Walang Hanggan (2012). Her other accolades include four FMTM Awards for Walang Hanggan and a TV Series Craze Award for Doble Kara.