One of the most desired women in the establishment, Angela's popularity was second only to Flora de la Cruz, her best friend. A clever girl known for her humor and skill as a cunning conversationalist, it was said that Angela could bring a smile to a dead man's face. Many of the Smiling Queen patrons gave up every secret they had for just one more moment with her.
Through their connection with the Thieves' Guild,, the Assassins approached Angela and asked her to lend her talents to their cause. The Inquisition soldiers' constant pressure and abuse of the courtesans of Seville convinced her to accept the Brotherhood's invitation.
- Angela is ultimately derived from the Greek word angelos (αγγελος), meaning 'messenger'. Carillo is a Spanish word, used colloquially to mean 'a bit expensive'.
- Angela shares her profession and character design with Fiora Cavazza and Fabiola Cavazza, the Courtesans from Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood's multiplayer and Assassin's Creed: Revelations' multiplayer.