Marimar Vega

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Vega and the second or maternal family name is Sisto.
Marimar Vega
Born María del Mar Vega Sisto
(1983-08-14) August 14, 1983 (age 31)
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000-present
Partner(s) Víctor García (2004-2008)
Adrian Uribe (2009-2012)
Luis Ernesto Franco (2013-present)
Parents Gonzalo Vega
Leonora Sisto
Relatives Zuria Vega (sister)
Gonzalo Vega (brother)
Gabriela Vega Tovar (half-sister)

Marimar Vega (born María del Mar Vega Sisto on August 14, 1983 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress. Vega studied acting in Centro de Formacion Actoral of TV Azteca.[1]

Biography[edit]

Vega was born August 14, 1983 in Mexico City, Mexico. She a daughter of actor Gonzalo Vega and Leonora Sisto has a Spanish ancestry. Vega she has a sister who is also actress Zuria Vega and a brother Gonzalo. Also has a half-sister Gabriela.

She practiced flamenco dance for twenty years, she studied acting at the CEFAC, acting school of TV Azteca. She debuted in theater at age 17 with his father, actor Gonzalo Vega Don Juan Tenorio playing the role of Doña Inés. Also acted on stage in the Perras. In movies, she has participated in Amor, Dolor y Viceversa and recently appeared at the Cannes Film Festival with Daniel and Ana she was protagonist of this film with Dario Yazbek and José María Torre.

Her television career started in Enamórate in 2003, her first TV Azteca telenovela, where she played Fedra a a young millionaire woman obsessive, manipulative, seductress and selfish who is not willing to give up the love of her life and will do almost anything to get it. In 2007 she was played Gina Montero in Mientras haya vida. In 2008 played as Karen in series Noche Eterna.

In 2011 she played as Elisa Mendoza del Real in Emperatriz. In 2012 she played as protagonist in the telenovela Amor cautivo as Alejandra Santacruz Bustillos.

Filmography[edit]

Telenovelas, Series, Theater, Films
Year Title Role Notes
2000 Don Juan Tenorio Doña Inés Theatrical Performance
2003 Enamórate Fedra Young Antagonist
Lo que callamos las mujeres Viridiana TV Series
2004 La vida es una canción Azul (young) TV Series
Soñarás Susana Supporting Role
2005 Los Sánchez Pilar Manzini Supporting Role
2006 Campeones de la vida
Perras La Tora Theatrical Performance
2007-08 Mientras haya vida Georgina "Gina" Montero Supporting Role
2008 Fresas en Invierno Sofía Theatrical Performance
Noche Eterna Karen García TV Series
2009 Capadocia Gala TV Series
Doce mujeres en pugna Marimar Theatrical Performance
Eternamente tuya[2] Sara Castelán Protagonist
Daniel & Ana Ana Torres Film
Amor, dolor y viceversa Film
2010 Cinco mujeres usando el mismo vestido Meredith Theatrical Performance
No se si cortarme las venas o dejarmelas largas Andrea Theatrical Performance
2011 Aladino El Musical Theatrical Performance
Emperatriz[3] Elisa Mendoza del Real/Luna Co-protagonist
2012 Amor cautivo Alejandra Santacruz Bustillos/Alejandra del Valle Bustillos Protagonist
2013 No se si cortarme las venas o dejarmelas largas Andrea Film
2013-14 Las Trampas del Deseo Aura Luján Velázquez Protagonist

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