Maia Reficco

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Maia Reficco - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career
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Maia Reficco is an Argentinian-American actress and singer. She rose to prominence due to her appearance as Kally Ponce in Kally’s Mashup (2017–2019).

Other notable acting works she’s involved in are including Do Revenge (2022) and Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (2022).

Career

She made her acting debut in 2017 by starring in Nickelodeon’s adolescent series titled Kally’s Mashup. She auditioned for her role by singing a song by Ariana Grande and passed.

Around the same year, she also played out the signature song for the series titled Key of Life at the Youngster’s Choice Awards Argentina, flexing her vocal abilities to the audience.

In 2018, she declared that she was working on her own project and would like to debut as a soloist whose music focuses on pop and R&B genres.

Despite her hectic schedule as a singer, she still appeared in several acting projects such as the movie Do Revenge (2022) and the TV series Club 57 (2019).

Besides that, she also has impressive experience in acting on the stage. Her past theater works include #REDES (2021), Juegos: la obra (2020), and Next to normal (2020).

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Profile

  • Real Name: Maia Reficco Viqueira
  • Stage Name: Maia Reficco
  • Also Known as: –
  • Nickname: Maia
  • Birthday: July 14, 2000
  • Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Cancer
  • Nationality: Argentinian-American
  • Religion: –
  • Professions: Actress, Singer
  • Education: Berklee College of Music (Young Performers Program)
  • Hobbies: Music, singing, and playing instruments
  • Facebook: Maia Reficco Official
  • Twitter: @maiareficco
  • Instagram: @maiareficco
  • TikTok: @maiareficco
  • YouTube: Maia Reficco Official

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance

  • Height: 160 cm (5’3”)
  • Weight: 47 Kg (104 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Brown
  • Eye Color: Dark brown
  • Body Measurements: 33-24-33 (Bust -33, Waist -24, and Hips -33 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 6 (US)
  • Dress Size: –

Family

  • Father: Ezequiel Reficco
  • Mother: Katie Viqueira
  • Brother: Joaquín Reficco Viqueira 
  • Sister: –

Boyfriend & Dating History

Kit Connor

Around November 2022, rumors of her being in relationship with Kit started to spread as both were captured holding hands.

However, neither of them has ever addressed the speculations. It appeared to not likely to be true as some said they got close from being co-stars in  A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow.

Moreover, Kit has came out as gay since then.

Net Worth

While how much her net worth is not a publicly known information, some sources estimated it to be anywhere between $1 million and $5 million.

Maia appeared to earn her income primarily from her profession as an actress.

Facts

  • Maia was born in America. However, she and her family had to move to Argentina when she was a kid, so she was raised there.
  • Her mother, Katie Viqueira, is a singer as well as a respected vocal coach.
  • She likes hanging around the beach.
  • Maia can play a few instrumentals like piano, ukulele, guitar, and saxophone.
  • She knows how to arrange an outfit for the day very well.
  • Maia is very popular on TikTok.
  • She used to act on stage and has good theater experience.
  • Maia likes to be present on all kinds of social media platforms.
  • As a kid, she liked to compose a song and put her work in the botanical book her mother bought for her.
  • She grew up having a strong passion for music, singing, and playing instruments.
  • Maia practiced acrobatics for 11 years.
  • She moved back to America from Argentina when she was 15 years old.
  • Maia likes to change her hair color frequently.
  • Maia once lived with the Argentinean composer Claudia Brant and studied singing with the famous vocal coach Eric Vetro.
  • Her vocal coach, Eric Vetro, is famous for teaching vocals to top stars like Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Katy Perry, Camila Cabello, and so on.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around…

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Movies

  • One Fast Move (TBA), as Camila
  • Do Revenge (2022), as Montana
  • Kally’s Mashup ¡Un cumpleaños muy Kally! (2021), as Kally Ponce
  • Sometimes I Feel Like Dying (2019), as Lucky

TV Series

  • Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (HBO Max | 2022) Noa Olivar
  • Club 57 (Rai | 2019), as Kally Ponce
  • Kally’s Mashup (Nickelodeon | 2017), as Kally Ponce

TV Shows

  • Broadway.com #LiveatFive (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Meus Prêmios Nick 2018 (Nickelodeon | 2018), as a guest

Theaters

  • #REDES (2021), as self
  • Juegos: la obra (2020), as Susana
  • Next to normal (2020), as Natalie
  • Evita (2019), as Eva joven

Awards

  • 2018 Meus Prêmios Nick – Favorite TV Artist – Kally’s Mashup

Nominations

  • 2020 Kids’ Choice Awards México – Favorite Style – Maia Reficco
  • 2019 Kids’ Choice Awards México – Best Actress – Kally’s Mashup
  • 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards Argentina – Best Actress – Kally’s Mashup
  • 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards México – Best Actress – Kally’s Mashup

Quotes

“My brother, he’s literally the most stylish person I know. Ever since I was a little girl, that’s something that we always bonded over.”

“The older I got, I progressively got more and more comfortable with trying new things and being more adventurous with [dressing].”

“At the end of the day, [your clothes] are the way you’re presenting to the world. It can be whatever you want it to be. There’s literally no limitation as to what you can wear and how you can wear it.”

“This generation, we’ve all had some sort of awakening in terms of what we know we deserve and what we want in terms of acceptance. That also translates into judging yourself less and daring to wear stuff that maybe wasn’t meant to be worn the way that we’re wearing it. It’s such a cool feeling to get to experience how this freedom in ourselves or in our sense of identity has allowed us to express ourselves in a different way that feels way more allowing.”

“I feel like there’s always something so beautifully light hearted about going to set and giving into love. Always telling Latino stories is what moves me the most and what makes me the happiest to play as an actor. It was really important for me that I started taking on roles that felt like it moved me in some capacity.”

“Shooting One Fast Move was such a special moment for me. It really did make me so happy. I felt so fulfilled in so many different ways that it was such a dream come true. Everybody involved— our director Kelly Blatz, our lead KJ Apa, Eric Danes— everybody was so incredible. It was just a constant learning experience and I felt so honored to be a part of it.”

“I love acting with my whole heart, but music is who I am and it’s the most vulnerable and the most personal thing I’ve ever done. I really am equally as terrified and excited for people to start listening to it all.”

“When I was a little girl, I always dreamed of being Hannah Montana.”

“I could not identify more with my Argentinian side now. I speak Spanish in my day-to-day life. I still live there. It’s honestly what’s kept me grounded all of my life. Speaking in Spanish and being home feels so nurturing to me.”

“Whenever I’m really anxious or whenever I’m really nervous, the first thing to go is my voice.”

“You’re exposed to not only criticism and all the things that you know you’re exposed to whenever you embark upon this career, this journey, but it was also a lot of people who feel like they had the power to comment on who you were as an actor, as a human, and as a performer.”

“Getting to find myself amidst everyone’s opinion of myself was really tough. I feel like I’m a little bit bulletproof after that. I mean, don’t get me wrong. I get really sensitive. I’m a Cancer. I don’t really take criticism really well when it’s coming from a place of hate, to be honest. But, I think I’ve really grown into accepting who I am.”

“I’m a super sociable person, and I used to feel like I needed that as fuel.”

“I think in that loneliness and in that mental noise and turbulence that I was going through, it made me connect with myself in a way that I’d never allowed myself to.”

Maia Reficco has a lot of potential and aspirations she has yet to show to her fans. Let’s all wait for her to venture more into the limelight and showcase her many skills.

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