Patricia de Leon (actress)

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Patricia de Leon (actress)
Patricia De León.jpg
Patricia De León in 2010
Born Patricia Michelle De León
Panama City, Panama
Nationality Panamanian
Occupation Actress, model, television host
Years active 1990–present
Website
patriciadeleon.com

Patricia Michelle De León (born in Panama City, Panama) is an actress, model and television host. She started working as a model at a very early age. After being crowned Miss Panama (1995), her career started blossoming, getting major breaks hosting Corte del Juez Franco on TV Azteca, and the Billboard Latino. From her work on Univision, de Leon obtained roles on American TV, including Lincoln Heights, Cold Case, and Crossing Jordan. Her movie role comes in The Pool Boys, where she plays the sexy Latina Julia.

Early life and education[edit]

Was crowned Miss Panama (now Señorita Panamá) [1] when she was just turning 19. Her debut on TV was doing the weather for a local station in Panama TVN-Channel 2. After that she was able to developed what she had passion for, the news for the same network, being an anchor and a reporter. Right after accomplishing her dream, she created, produced and hosted a turism show for RPC TV/MEDCOM.[2]

She became an actor in Hollywood [3] by accepting the role of "La Llorona del Río". She has been able to pursue both the Hispanic and American market. She has been featured on shows like Cold Case, Crossing Jordan, Lincoln Heights for ABC Family, La Corte del Pueblo for Telemundo, Perro Amor for the same network, and The chicago Code for Fox Network. And in films like "How the Garcia Girls spent their summer", "All in", "Love Orchard" and "Pool Boys".

Philanthropy[edit]

Patricia de Leon is a big supporter for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) [4] in the Hispanic community and believes in spreading the word about the benefits of being a vegetarian. [5] She currently plays an active role in stopping bullfights around the world and was recently the image for PETA's campaign against bullfights.[6]

She is also the spokes person for "One Love Foundation", which defends the rights and fights against the discrimination of the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Community. [7]

Filmography[edit]

  • Calligraphy (pre-production)
  • Fighting for Freedom (2013) Maria
  • Bad Ass (post-production) (2011) as Marissa
  • The Chicago Code (1 episode)
    • Black Hand and the Shotgun Man (21 March 2011) - as Beatrice Romero
  • Men of a Certain Age (6 episodes )
    • Father's Fraternity (1 January 2009) - as Fantasy woman
    • Pilot (7 December 2009) - as Fantasy woman
    • Let It Go (14 December 2009) - as Fantasy woman
    • Back in the Sh*t (23 February 2010) - as Fantasy woman
    • Same as the Old Boss (13 December 2010) - as Fantasy woman
    • Whatever Gets You Through the Night (29 June 2011) - as Fantasy Woman
  • Lincoln Heights (4 episodes )
    • No Way Back (16 October 2007) - as Sofia
    • Eye for an Eye (23 October 2007) - as Sophia Munoz
    • The Vision (6 November 2007) - as Sophia Munoz
    • Home Again (14 September 2009) - as Sophia Munoz
  • Crossing Jordan (1 episode)
    • Isolation (14 March 2007) - as Magda Garcia
  • Cold Case (1 episode)
    • Baby Blues (15 October 2006) - as Marta Chavez - 1982
  • Ghost Whisperer (1 episode)
    • Drowned Lives (6 October 2006) - as Policewoman
  • All of Us (1 episode)
    • Wedding Dance (30 March 2004) - as an Actress
  • Perro amor (23 episodes)
    • Promesa Final (2011) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 53 (1 January 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode #1.1 (11 January 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 62 (9 April 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 65 (13 April 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 72 (22 April 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 27 April 2010 (27 April 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 80 (5 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 79 (5 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 12 May 2010 (12 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 14 May 2010 (14 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 17 May 2010 (17 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 18 May 2010 (18 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 19 May 2010 (19 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 24 May 2010 (24 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 25 May 2010 (25 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 28 May 2010 (28 May 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 104 (14 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Aliado de trampas (17 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Venganza mortal (18 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Capitulo 112 (24 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 28 June 2010 (28 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
    • Episode dated 29 June 2010 (29 June 2010) - as Jennifer Lopez
  • The Pool Boys (2010) as Julia
  • Mr. Sadman (2009) as Maria
  • Crossing Jordan (TV series) (2007) as Magda Garcia
  • Blue Lake Massacre (2007)
  • Cold Case (TV series) (2007) as Marta Chavez - "1982"
  • Ghost Whisperer (TV series) (2006) as Policewoman
  • Drowned Lives (2006) as Policewoman
  • All In (2006) as Maria
  • Cloud 9 (2006) as Corazon
  • How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer (2005) as soap opera actress
  • All of Us (TV series) (2004)
  • The Master of Disguise (2002) as Waitress
  • La llorona del río (short) (2001) as Esperanza
  • A Design for a Life (short) (2001) as The Wife
  • La Corte de Familia (TV series) (2001) Interviewer
  • La Corte del Pueblo (TV series) (2003) Interviewer
  • Juez Franco (TV series) (2008) Interviewer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maxim (magazine) (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia de Leon: Former Miss Panama adds some spice to our life". Maxim (magazine). Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. 
  2. ^ TV Notas (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia de Leon, sexy y talentosa: la explosiva combinación". TV Notas. Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. (Spanish)
  3. ^ Univision (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia de Leon and Eric Roberts working together in Hollywood/Patricia de Leon junto a Eric Roberts". Univision. Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. 
  4. ^ People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia De Leon Slams Bullfighting". (PETA). Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. 
  5. ^ AOL Latino (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia De León en contra del toreo". AOL Latino. Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. (Spanish)
  6. ^ Terra (Sep 23, 2011). "Patricia de León lidera campaña de PETA contra las corridas de toros". Terra. Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. (Spanish)
  7. ^ Latino Voices, lives and soul (Los Angeles, California) (Oct 14, 2010). "One Love Foundation Hosts Premios Libertad at Circus Disco". LatinoLA. Retrieved Sep 23, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Media offices
Preceded by
Jose Luis Gonzalez
Interviewer on La Corte de Familia
2001–2003
Succeeded by
Fidel Juarez Garcia
Preceded by
Fidel Juarez Garcia
Interviewer on La Corte del Pueblo
2003–2005
Succeeded by
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