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|Born||Silvia Angélica Navarro Barva
September 14, 1976
Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico
|Height||5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
Silvia Angélica Navarro Barva (born September 14, 1976) is a Mexican actress of film, television, and theatre, primarily known for starring in several telenovela. 2012 The Spanish People magazine named her one of "50 Most Beautiful".
Silvia Angelica Navarro Barva was born on September 14, 1978 in Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico, is a Mexican born actress. She attended and graduated from the Centro de Formacion Actoral (CEFAC), TV Azteca’s acting school in Mexico City. She studied with accomplished instructors such as Raul Quintanilla and Hector Mendoza.
She also has had some appearances in theater, she has participated in Plays Mar Muerto, El Tenorio Comico and Quimicos Para El Amor. Her film roles include Dragones: Destino de Fuego (2006), Esperanza (2005) and Mujer Alabastrina (2005).
Dragones: Destino de Fuego is a 3-D, animated film in which she lends her voice to Marina.
In television, she was the host of a kids game show, A La Cachi, Cachi Porra in 1997. Her IMDb profile shows that her first TV appearance was in 1975, which would be impossible, since she was not born until 1978. In her first starting role in a telenovela Perla, Silvia played a dual role of Julieta/Perla alongside Leonardo Garcia in 1998.
Her next three roles, also for TV Azteca, were in the telenovelas Catalina y Sebastian (1999) and La Calle de Las Novias, and Cuando Seas Mia (2001). All three novelas also starred Sergio Basañez who played the lead male character in both Catalina Y Sebastian and Cuando Seas Mia. In La Calle de Las Novias, he was the lead antagonist to Juan Manuel Bernal, who played the lead and romantic interest of Silvia's character, Aura Sanchez. In 2002, Silvia started in the telenovela La Duda, alongside Omar Germenos.
Silvia did not return to the small screen until 2005, playing the lead role of Maria Claudia in the telenovela La Heredera, again with Sergio Basañez.
She filmed Mujeres Asesinas in the spring of 2009, which will premiere in fall this year. In 2010, she returned to Televisa and starred in Cuando Me Enamoro, where she portrays the main protagonist, Renata Monterrubio alongside Juan Soler and Jessica Coch.
|1998||Perla||Perla Santiago/Julieta Santiago|
|1999||Catalina y Sebastian||Catalina Negrete Rivadeneira|
|2000||La calle de las novias||Aura Sánchez|
|2001/2002||Cuando seas mía||Paloma / Teresa Suárez / Elena Olivares / Margot|
|2002||La Duda||Victoria Altamirano|
|2004||La Heredera||María Claudia Madero Grimaldi|
|2006/2007||Montecristo||Laura Ledezma/Laura Sáenz/Laura Lombardo|
|2008/2009||Mañana es para siempre||Fernanda Elizalde Rivera de Juárez||Premios People en Español 2009 for Best Couple with (Fernando Colunga)
Premios People en Español for Best Revelation
nominated -Premios People en Español for Best Actress
|2010||Cuando me enamoro||Renata Monterrubio Álvarez/Regina Gamba Soberón de Linares||Premios "La Maravilla" 2011 for Best Female Performance
nominated -Premios People en Español 2011 for Best Actress
|2012||Amor Bravío||Camila Monterde Santos de Díaz Acosta||Premios TV Adicto Golden 2013 for Best Lead Actress
nominated -Premios People en Español 2012 for Best Actress
nominated- Premios Juventud 2013 for Girl of my dream/Chica que me quita el sueño!
nominated -Premios Los Favoritos del Público 2013 for Favorite Couple with (Cristian de la Fuente)
nominated -Premios Los Favoritos del Público 2013 for Favorite
Kiss with (Cristian de la Fuente)
- Silvia Navarro at the Internet Movie Database
- Official Website of Silvia Navarro
- Silvia Navarro Biography on EsMas