Danna García

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is García and the second or maternal family name is Osuna.
Danna García
Born Danna María García Osuna
Medellín, Colombia
Other names Dannita
Occupation Actress and model
Years active 1987–present
Height 5' 3"
Website
www.dannagarcia.com

Danna Maria García Osuna (born February 4, 1978 Medellín, Colombia) is an actress and model best known for her roles in telenovelas.

Biography[edit]

She began her career shooting television commercials and at seven and drove Notituticuanti and the serial starring Imagínate, Tantas Cosas and Seres querido. Then came more than 25 appearances on television and soap operas as Al final del Arcoiris, Azúcar, Zarabanda, "Perro Amor", La Casa de las dos Palmas, La otra raya del tigre and Victoria.

Career[edit]

Since Marcela Vallejo played in the soap opera, Café con aroma de mujer, Danna was screened internationally. With their performances reached millions of households throughout Latin America, U.S., Spain, Serbia, Italy, Indonesia and even Japan. Alongside her performance in Café con aroma de mujer, debuted as a singer in the Colombian band of Cafe Moreno, next to her sister the actress and singer Claudia Garcia, Carolina Angel and Zulu. This group called 'Tropical Pop' popular folk songs rescued from Colombia, but with the idea of positioning among young audiences in 1994 were received with great acceptance. The group released the albums 'Momposina' (1994) and 'Cafe Moreno' (1995) under the label 'Rodven Records'. In 1995, this quartet dissolves. Since then Danna consolidate her acting career, but has not been completely removed from the song to play songs from two of its soap operas Perro Amor and Háblame de amor.

In 1996 she became the first Colombian to play the lead role of a soap opera in Mexico, Al norte del corazón of TV Azteca. After several months of work, she returned to Colombia in 1997 to play the role of Sofia Santana in the soap opera Perro Amor, with which he received several awards and nominations. Danna return to Mexico after two years the country to star in the soap opera of Háblame de amor. At the end of the recordings, traveled to New York City to continue his theater studies at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. After several months, she accepted the offer to star in La revancha, where Soledad and would represent surrounded by an international cast. The telenovela aired in the U.S. on Univision getting excellent ratings as in Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Mexico, Spain, Netherlands, Greece and other European countries.

After starring in Passion of hawks completed two projects with high ratings, I'm going to teach Split Heart Will and transmitted by Telemundo and Caracol / RTI (Colombia). Later, he starred in Telemundo's Betrayal a period novel, full of romance, giving life to solitude, and repeating artistic partnership with Mario Cimarro as they did in Pasión de Gavilanes. Recently, she worked in the Televisa telenovela A hook to the heart, where Valentina Lopez stars as a young boxer.

Since 2009 she starred Bella Calamidades Telemundo's new novel by the Argentine heartthrob Segundo Cernadas, Katie Barberi, Maria Helena Doering and Diana Quijano, among others. Bella Calamidades is the first telenovela from Telemundo that is released first in Latin American countries rather than in the United States leading the fringes times the countries where the novel is issued. In 2010 Mexico star in the remake of Cradle of wolves whose tentative name for blood right next to William Levy (actor) and produced by Salvador Mejía and star in the remake of One look at you with Christian Meier Telemundo.

In 2012, she made casting Qué bonito amor the soap opera producer Salvador Mejía, a remake of La hija del mariachi Televisa in which she won the role of history along with Jorge Salinas and Pablo Montero.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Character Notes
2012 El cielo en tu mirada Angélica María Film debut
2012 Carrusel Maria Cristina
Television
Year Title Character Notes
1987 Imaginate TV Mini-Series
1989 Azúcar Caridad Solaz TV Debut
1993 Café, con aroma de mujer Marcela Vallejo Cortez Cast secondary
1995 Victoria Victoria Protagonist
1996 El día es hoy Milena Protagonist
1997 Al norte del corazón Eloísa Antagonist
1998 Perro amor Sofía Santana Protagonist
1999 Háblame de amor Julia / Jimena Protagonist
2000 La Revancha[clarification needed] Soledad Santander / Mariana Ruiz Protagonist
2002 Lo que callamos las mujeres Lety Episode: "Amor que mata"
2003-2004 Pasión de gavilanes Norma Elizondo Protagonist
2004-2005 Te Voy a Enseñar a Querer Diana Maria Rivera Protagonist
2005-2006 Corazón Partido Aura Echarri Medina Protagonist
2007 Decisiones Francisca Episode: "Mecanismo ilusión"
2008 La Traición Soledad de Obregón Protagonist
2008 Tiempo final Ana Episode: "Lesbianas"
2008-2009 Un gancho al corazón[1] Valentina López "La Monita" Protagonist
2009-2010 Bella Calamidades Dolores "Lola" Carrero Protagonist
2010-2011 Alguien te mira [2] Piedad Estévez Protagonist
2012-2013 Qué bonito amor[3] María Protagonist
2014 Camelia la Texana Rosa Short

Awards[edit]

  • TV y Novelas award for best leading actress of novel, Dog Love
  • Caracol Award for Best Lead Actress for, Pasion de Gavilanes.
  • Two Gold Award for Best Lead Actress Venezuela (shared with Paola Rey and Natasha Klauss) by, Pasion de Gavilanes.
  • Orchid Award for Best Lead Actress use (shared with Paola Rey and Natasha Klauss) by, Pasion de Gavilanes.
  • Plaque presented by the program to be Sweet actress of the year, Pasion de Gavilanes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Danna y Sebastián te darán "Un Gancho Al Corazon" con "Univision tlnovelas"" (in Spanish). Univision.com. Retrieved July 15, 2014. 
  2. ^ Terra Network. "Danna García y Christian Meier protagonizarán 'Alguien te mira'" (in Spanish). Entretenimiento Terra. Retrieved July 15, 2014. 
  3. ^ Martha Sarabia (June 11, 2013). "Danna García vive metamorfosis en 'Qué bonito amor'" (in Spanish). La opinión. Retrieved July 15, 2014. 

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