Amparo Noguera

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Amparo Noguera
Born María Amparo Noguera Portales
(1965-03-06) March 6, 1965 (age 49)
Santiago de Chile
Alma mater Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Occupation Actress, Theatre director
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s) Marcelo Alonso

María Amparo Noguera Portales (born March 6, 1965 in Santiago), is a Chilean television, theatre and film actress.

Amparo is the daughter of the actor Héctor Noguera Illanes and Isidora Portales. Her grandfather, Héctor Noguera Prieto was descendant of the former President of Chile José Joaquín Prieto Vial[1] and her mother is descendant of Diego Portales,[2] Chilean politician of Basque descent.[3] Studied acting at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and in Escuela de Teatro Imagen.[4] Her half-sister, Emilia is also an actress.[5]

She is one of the most recognized actresses in Chile. She is best known for the films El Ciclista de San Cristóbal, El País de Octubre and Mi Último Hombre. And won the Altazar Award for best actress thanks to Un Ladrón y su Mujer. In 2009 appeared in the TV serie ¿Dónde está Elisa? as Amanda Goldstein.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1988 Der Radfahrer von San Cristóbal Amparo
1988 Ángeles Claudia
1990 El País de Octubre
1992 Archipiélago
1996 Mi Último Hombre Rosalia
2001 Un Ladrón y su Mujer Ana Lopez Altazor Award of the National Arts for Best Actress on Cinema
2002 Tres Noches de un Sábado Victoria
2004 Days in the Country Miss Chazal / Rosita Renard
2006 Padre Nuestro Meche
2007 Casa de Remolienda Nicolasa
2007 La Vida me Mata Margarita
2007 Radio Corazón Maria Pilar PAOA Award for the Best Actress on Movie
2008 Secretos Judge Vilma
2008 Tony Manero Cony
2010 Post Mortem Sandra
2012 Las Mujeres de Neruda Laura Reyes
2012 No Psychologist Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
2013 Carne de Perro Laura
2014 Desastres Naturales Lucia Post-production
2014 Hotel Valdivia Post-production
2014 Aurora Sofia Post-production

Soap opera roles[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989 La Intrusa Susana "Texia" Gonzalez
1990 Te Conte? Antonieta
1991 Ellas por Ellas Ema Pereira
1994 Champaña Verónica Valdes
1994 Rojo y Miel Lucia Castellanos
1995 Estúpido Cupido Marta Davis
1996 Sucupira Norma Ordenes
1997 Oro Verde Adela Moraga
1998 Iorana Ingrid Astudillo
1999 La Fiera Rosa Espejo
2000 Romané Maria Magdalena / Angela Braun
2001 Pampa Ilusión Elisa Pereira
2002 El Circo de las Montini Olga III del Carmen Montini
2003 Puertas Adentro Monica Barrera
2004 Los Pincheira Luisa Sotomayor
2005 Los Capo Concetta Esposito
2006 Cómplices Rita Cifuentes
2007 Corazón de María Dalila Peñafiel
2007 Alguien Te Mira Maria Gracia Carpenter Special Participation (4 episodes)
2008 Viuda Alegre Kathy Meneses / Julieta Moreno
2009 Los Exitosos Pells Lily Tokmann
2009 ¿Dónde está Elisa? Amanda Goldstein Special Participation (16 episodes)
2010 Martín Rivas Engracia Nuñez
2011 El Laberinto de Alicia Sofia Gallagher
2012 Pobre Rico Virginia Donoso
2014 Vuelve temprano Clara

TV series roles[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 La Buhardilla Anita
1997 Historias de Sussy 1 episode
1997 Brigada Escorpión 1 episode
1998 Sucupira, The Comedy Norma Órdenes
2011 Prófugos Natalia Ricci "The Red"

Theatre[edit]

  • Ardiente Paciencia
  • Diálogo de Fin de Siglo
  • La Manzana de Adán
  • Historias de Sangre
  • Los Días Tuertos
  • Dédalo en el Vientre de la Bestia
  • El Paseo de Buster Keaton
  • ´´Hechos Consumados´´
  • La Gaviota (Melodrama Del Fracaso)
  • Numancia
  • Infamante Electra
  • Casa de Muñecas
  • Las Brutas

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