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|Born||Martha Elba Higareda Cervantes
August 24, 1983
Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico
|Occupation||Actress, producer, writer|
|Parent(s)||José Luis Higareda
|Relatives||Miriam Higareda (sister)
José Luis Higareda (brother)
Martha Higareda (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmarta iɣaˈɾeða]; born Martha Elba Higareda Cervantes; August 24, 1983) is a Mexican actress, producer and writer.
Life and career
Higareda was born in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico, the daughter of actress Martha Cervantes and artist Jose Luis Higareda, and sister of the actress Miriam Higareda. Her debut was participating in various plays like Bang, Don Juan Tenorio, La Fonda de las Siete Cabrillas, La Casa de Té en la Luna de Agosto, Mujercitas, Muerte Que Te Quiero Muerte, La Corbata, Flores Para Chava Flores and Niñas Mal.
She also appeared in diverse advertising campaigns and video clips. It was not until 1999, when she received her professional debut as a show hostess in the Disney Channel’s Zapping Zone. After that she also appeared in other Mexican soaps like Carita de Ángel and Cara o Cruz.
In 2002, Higareda finally appeared in her first movie as a protagonist. The movie Amarte Duele, directed by Fernando Sariñana, in which she shares credits with Luis Fernando Peña and Alfonso Herrera. A year later, she debuted as a protagonist in the Mexican soap opera Enamórate on TV Azteca, next to Yahir, where she also shared credits with María Inés Guerra, Martha Cristiana, Fernando Sarfati, and Amara Villafuerte.
In 2004, she participated in another protagonist for Las Juanas another of TV Azteca’s soap opera. In 2005, Higareda returned with the movie Siete Días next to Jaime Camil, in which she played a girl whose dream is to make U2 come to the city of Monterrey in less than a week. She also appeared in the Mexican movie Fuera del Cielo, which was first named El Malboro y el Cucú. In 2007, she came with her latest production Niñas Mal, directed by Fernando Sariñana where she shared credits with Camila Sodi and Ximena Sariñana.
She also finished the production of Borderland where she shared credits with Brian Presley and Beto Cuevas. In 2008, she appeared in the film Street Kings, sharing credits with Keanu Reeves, Hugh Laurie, and Forest Whitaker. In 2010, she appeared in the prequel to the crime/action film Smokin' Aces, Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball, as a deadly female assassin with poisonous lips. In 2012, she appeared in Hello Herman with Norman Reedus as an American reporter.
|2003||El Sueño de Elias||Maria, age 18|
|2003||Casa de los Babys||Celia|
|2003||Mujer Dormida||Mariana||Short Film|
|2004||Al Otro Lado||Erendira|
|2004||Volver, Volver||Monica||Short Film|
|2006||Sexo, Amor y Otras Perversiones||María|
|2006||Fuera del Cielo||Elisa|
|2006||Así del precipicio||Cristina|
|2007||Niñas Mal||Adela León|
|2007||La leyenda de la Nahuala||Xochitl (voice)|
|2007||Hasta el viento tiene miedo||Claudia|
|2008||Skip Tracer||Jennifer Orellana||TV Movie|
|2008||Street Kings||Grace Garcia|
|2010||Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball||Ariella Martinez|
|2010||Los Dos Perez||Short Film|
|2010||Lluvia de Ideas|
|2010||Lies in Plain Sight||Sofia Delgado||TV Movie|
|2010||Te Presento a Laura||Laura|
|2011||Stiff||Luisa Romero||CSI: Miami|
|2012||Hello Herman||Isa Luz|
|2014||Casese quien pueda||Ana Paula|
|2014||Royal Pains||Viviana||TV Series|
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