Leticia Calderón

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Calderón and the second or maternal family name is León.
Leticia Calderón
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Leticia Calderón
Born Carmen Leticia Calderón León
(1968-07-15) July 15, 1968 (age 46)
Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico
Occupation Actress
Years active 1983-present
Spouse(s) Marco Lopez (1997-1999)
Juan Collado (2002-2010)
Children Luciano & Carlos Collado (b. 2005)
Parents Mario Calderón
Carmen León
Relatives Mario, Miguel, Alejandro (brothers)

Leticia Calderón (Spanish pronunciation: [leˈtisja kaldeˈɾon] Carmen Leticia Calderón León on July 15, 1968 in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico) is a Mexican actress.[1]

She lived in Alvarado, Veracruz, Guaymas, Sonora, La Paz and Mexico City where she studied at the Centro de Capacitación de Televisa (Televisa Educational Training Centre).

She has taken part in several theatrical plays and soap operas (telenovelas). One of her most popular roles was Esmeralda in a telenovela which was a great success, especially in Eastern Europe an countries.[2]

Career[edit]

In 1983 and only 14 years, Leticia received her first opportunity in the hands of Valentín Pimstein in Amalia Batista. Next came Principessa, where she played the blind daughter of Angélica Aragón, brief appearances in Bianca Vidal and Mount Calvary and her first villain: Alma in The secret path.

In 1987 he auditioned for The wild, which would give birth to her first starring Maria Fernanda Villalpando. In 1989 came his second protagonist: The house at the end of the street. Gothic story that would work with Héctor Bonilla and Angelica Aragon, as well as being directed by filmmaker Jorge Fons. The recordings were made without notes and extras were graduates of the INBA.

Ernesto Alonso Leticia starred in "I buy that woman", also the historic torch on and Labyrinth of Passion, which won the award for best actress TVyNovelas. Leticia Alonso said he is very good actress and a very professional person and I enjoy working with people like that. I think people with talent is disciplined.

Aired in 1997 "Esmeralda" .2 Leticia has been involved in plays like "The Royal Family", by Jacqueline Andere, and "Trees die standing" with Ofelia Guilmain and John Ferrara. His films are "Angelito Mio" with Daniela Lujan and "Noche de Ronda."

Dedicated to his two sons, especially Luciano, who has Down syndrome, Leticia was withdrawn more than 8 years of telenovelas (2000–2008), making appearances only in real love where she had a role that was very talk and the remake of "Valeria y Maximiliano": "Wounds of Love." Leticia led for nearly a year the magazine show today along with Jorge Poza, Andrea Legarreta, and Vielka Martha Carrillo Valenzuela. However, in September 2007 decided to resign "for personal reasons" 3

In 2008, Jennifer participated in the series Women Killer (Mexican version starring in the episode "Sonia, Cruel") next to Juan Soler and Gretchen Valdes.4 The episode opened the series on June 17, 2008, being the highest-rated program in the history of cable TV to record a 17 point rating. In 2008 he worked in the soap in the name of love, remake of Chain of bitterness, in which she played the antagonist of the story, which won the award for Best Actress TVyNovelas antagónica.5

On August 21, 2009 debuted in the play "12 women competing, playing for juror number 4, the wife of a lawyer. She debuted as a writer with "Luciano, an angel in my life". In 2012 she worked in the soap Amor Bravío, remake of De Pura Sangre and "En los cuernos del amor, in which she played the antagonist of the story.

Filmography[edit]

Telenovelas, Series, Theater, TV Programs
Year Title Role Notes
1982-83 Chispita
Amalia Batista
1983 Bianca Vidal Leticia Supporting Role
1984-86 Principessa Vicky Supporting Role
1985 El ángel caído
1986 Monte calvario Tere Supporting Role
1986-87 El Camino Secreto Alma Antagonist
1987 La Indomable María Fernanda Villalpando Protagonist
1987-88 Tal como somos Margarita Cisneros Young Protagonist
1989 La casa al final de la calle Teresa Altamirano Nájera Protagonist
1990 Yo compro esa mujer Ana Cristina Montes de Oca Protagonist
1991-92 Valeria y Maximiliano Valeria Landero de Riva Protagonist
1993 Entre la vida y la muerte Susana Trejos Protagonist
1994 Prisionera de amor Consuelo Co-protagonist
1995-96 Lazos de amor Special Appearance
1996 La Antorche Encendida Teresa de Muñiz Protagonist
1997 Esmeralda Esmeralda Rosales/Esmeralda Peñarreal de Velasco de Peñarreal Protagonist
1998 Angelito mío Series
1998-99 El diario de Daniela Leonor de Monroy Special Appearance
1999-00 Laberintos de pasión Julieta Valderrama de Valencia Protagonist
Cuento de Navidad Spirit of Christmas Future TV Mini-series
2003 Amor Real Hanna de la Corcuera Special Appearance
2006 Heridas de Amor Fernanda de Aragón (Young) Special Appearance
2006-07 Hoy Herself/Presenter TV Show
2008 Mujeres Asesinas Sonia de Quevedo Episode: Sonia, desalmada
2008-09 En Nombre Del Amor Carlota Espinoza de los Monteros Main Antagonist
2009 12 Mujeres en pugna Theatrical Performance
2011 La Fuerza del Destino Alicia Villagómez Special Appearance
2012 Amor Bravío Isadora González Vda. de Lazcano Main Antagonist
2014 Que te perdone Dios

Awards & Nominations[edit]

Premios TVyNovelas[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
1984 Best Actress Debut Amalia Batista Ganadora
1987 Best Young Lead Actress La Indomable Won
1991 Best Lead Actress Yo compro esa mujer Nominated
1993 Valeria y Maximiliano
1994 Entre la vida y la muerte
1997 La Antorche Encendida
1998 Esmeralda
2000 Laberintos de pasión Won
2007 Best Presenter Hoy Nominated
2010 Best Female Antagonist En Nombre Del Amor Won
2013 Amor Bravío[3]

Los Favoritos del Público[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2013 Favorite Antagonist Amor Bravío Won[4]

People en Espanol[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2009 Best Female Villain En Nombre Del Amor Won
2012 Amor Bravío[5]

Premios ACE[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
1998 International Women's Figure of the Year Esmeralda Won
2010 Best Actress En Nombre Del Amor [6]
2013 Best Co-Star Actress Amor Bravío[7]

Galardón a los 30 grandes de TV y Novelas[edit]

Year Category Result
2009 Special Recognition for Artistic Career Won[8]

Cocktail de la moda[edit]

Year Category Result
2012 Special Recognition for Artistic Career Won[9]

Microfono de Oro[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2009 Artistic Excellence En Nombre Del Amor Won[10]

References[edit]

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