Karyme Lozano

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Lozano and the second or maternal family name is Carreno.
Karyme Lozano
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Born Karyme Lucía Virginia Lozano Carreno
(1978-04-03) April 3, 1978 (age 36)
Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
Other names Kary
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994-present
Spouse(s) Aitor Iturrioz (1999-2002)
Partner(s) Rodrigo Abed
Jorge Luis Pila
Children Angela Iturrioz Lozano
Relatives Jaime Lozano (uncle)
Jaime Lozano (cousin)

Karyme Lozano (Spanish pronunciation: [kaˈɾime loˈsano]; born Karyme Lucía Virginia Lozano Carreno on April 3, 1978 in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico) is a Mexican actress.

Biography[edit]

Lozano was born April 3, 1978 in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico. She is niece of Mexican actor Jaime Lozano and cousin of former Mexican footballer Jaime Lozano. Since childhood loved to sing, dance and act. Her studies were conducted at the American college, however, to take lessons with director José Luis Ibáñez, realized that whenever she liked the action and that was her true profession, situation proved to be part of the Televisa's la escuela de actuación (CEA).

She is best known as a star of telenovelas Amar Sin Límites, 1999-2000 Televisa series Tres mujeres,[1] El Manantial, Niña amada mía and the Venevisión telenovela Soñar no Cuesta Nada, entirely shot in Miami, Florida and was also chosen to take part of the series Mujeres Asesinas, in its second season. also a hit series in Mexico City. She also sang the latter series' theme song. Lozano also starred in several theatrical plays in Mexico City.

Filmography[edit]

Series, Films
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Mujer, casos de la vida real
2003 El hecho imposible Film
Ladies' Night Policewoman Film
2004 Desnudos Diana Film
Bandido Rosalía Film
2009 Pepe & Santo vs. América Isabel Film
Mujeres Asesinas 2 Ana Beltran Episode: "Ana y Paula, ultrajadas"
2012 Cristiada Doña María del Río Film
2014 Hijo de Dios[2] Santa Claudia Prócula Film-Mexican version
Telenovelas
Year Title Role Notes
1994-95 Volver a Empezar Liliana Supporting Role
1995 Si Dios Me Quita La Vida Esther "Teté" Román Sánchez Supporting Role
1996 Confidente de secundaria Marilú Supporting Role
1997 Pueblo chico, infierno grande Braulia Felícitas María de la Salud Serna Supporting Role
El secreto de Alejandra Vanessa Supporting Role
1999-00 Tres mujeres Fátima Uriarte Saraldi Protagonist
2001-02 El Manantial Bárbara Luna Ramírez Main Antagonist
2003 Niña amada mía Isabela Soriano Rivera Protagonist
2005-06 Soñar no Cuesta Nada Emilia Olivares Alvarez Protagonist
2006–07 Amar Sin Límites Azul Toscano/Azucena Protagonist
2012 El Talismán[3] Mariana Aceves de Ibarra Supporting Role
2013-14 Quiero Amarte Amaya Serrano Martínez vda. de Espinoza de Montesinos/Florencia Martínez de Serrano Protagonist

Awards & Nominations[edit]

Premios TVyNovelas[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2000 Best Young Lead Actress Tres mujeres Won
2002 Best Female Antagonist El Manantial Nominated
2003 Best Lead Actress Niña amada mía
2007 Amar Sin Límites

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sadlier, Darlene Joy (2009-09-03). Latin American melodrama: passion, pathos, and entertainment. University of Illinois Press. pp. 167–. ISBN 9780252076558. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  2. ^ Entrevista con Eduardo Verastegui productor ejecutivo de la versión en español de "Son of God" altar7.com - Retrieved on 28-04-2014
  3. ^ Vuelve Karyme Lozano a las telenovelas con Talismán. Informador.com.mx (2011-11-02). Retrieved on 2012-04-17.

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