Tessa Ía

Tessa Ía González Norvind (born 3 April 1995), known as Tessa Ía, is a Mexican actress best known for her starring role in After Lucia. Through her mother she belongs to the Norwegian-Mexican Norvind family of actors.

Early lifeEdit

Ía was born Tessa Ía González Norvind. Her father is lawyer Fernando González Parra and her mother is actress Nailea Norvind. She is the granddaughter of Norwegian-Mexican actress Eva Norvind, and through her she is of Finnish and Russian descent.[1][2]

She is the younger half-sister of Camila Sodi through her father.[3] She is also the sister of actress Naian Gonzalez Norvind.



Ía made her film debut in the 2008 film The Burning Plain. In 2012 she starred in the film After Lucia about a teenage girl who is violently bullied by her classmates. For her role Ía was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in an International Feature Film - Young Actress

In 2017 she appeared in a biopic of Mexican feminist Rosario Castellanos in The Eternal Feminine, playing the role of Rosario.[4]

She also had a role in the 2018 TV series Narcos: Mexico which starred her former brother-in-law, Diego Luna.

Ía had the leading role in the TV series "De Brutas Nada" in 2019 currently playing in Pantaya in the USA.

In 2020 Ía had the lead role in the TV series Unstoppable.


Ía released her debut album, Correspondencia, in 2016.


  1. ^ Palmer, Katie (30 March 2020). "Narcos Mexico: Who is Tessa Ía? What Narcos star was she related to?". Daily Express. Retrieved 11 August 2020. She is also the granddaughter of Norwegian-Mexican actress Eva Norvind
  2. ^ Elley, Derek (8 March 1998). "Didn't Do It for Love". Variety. Retrieved 11 August 2020. Norvind ... the daughter of a Russian prince and Finnish sculptress
  3. ^ SOTO, CAROLINA. "Camila Sodi, la más feliz en la boda de su hermana –y sí, ahí estuvo Diego Luna-". Retrieved 11 January 2020.
  4. ^ "THE ETERNAL FEMININE (LOS ADIOSES)". Retrieved 11 January 2020.

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