Alejandra Borrero

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Alejandra Borrero
Alejandra-borrero.jpg
Born
María Alejandra Borrero Saa

(1962-04-25) April 25, 1962 (age 57)
Popayán, Colombia
OccupationActress
Years active1986–present
ChildrenMaria José Numa

María Alejandra Borrero Saa (born April 25, 1962) is a Colombian actress of film, stage and television.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Born of a traditional family from Popayán, Borrero establishes a liberal life, where she manifests to be very different from the traditional standards which involved her in the world of acting.

In 1998, after years of work in Colombian television, she came out as lesbian, an issue that according to her was not well accepted by the country and caused her depression for four years. She decided to move to the United States, questioning how in Colombia there was no respect for difference. Four years after announcing her homosexuality, she returned to her homeland and agreed to interview her sexual orientation, concluding that little by little, society was already accepting sexual diversity.[2] In 2015, she stated that she had a relationship with Katrin Nyfeler, is engaged to get married.[3]

While occasionally described as an atheist by the Colombian media, Borrero has publicly stated that while she is against organized religion, she does believe in God.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Production Character Notes
2018 La ley del corazón 2 Adela Zambrano
2016 Azúcar Tía Raquel Antagonist
2014 Conflicto en la televisión N/A Presenter
2013 Protagonistas de nuestra tele (3ª Temporada) N/A Jury
Allá te espero Magnolia Jaramillo de Restrepo Antagonist
2012 CM& N/A Guest Host
Protagonistas de nuestra tele (2ª Temporada) N/A Jury
Puro teatro N/A Presenter, in the framework of the International Festival of Bogotá
2010 Protagonistas de Nuestra Tele N/A Jury
A corazón abierto Helena Cavalier Special and recurring cast
2009 Amor en custodia Paz Delucci/ Mónica Martínez Protagonist
2008 El último matrimonio feliz Antonia Palacio
Tiempo final Irene
2007 Mujeres asesinas Emilia – La Carnicera Protagonist
Pura sangre Genoveva Lagos
2006 La hija del mariachi Raquel de Guerrero Main cast
2005 Merlina, mujer divina Soledad Carbó
2004 Protagonistas de novela 3, El juicio final N/A Teacher
2003 Punto de giro Estefanía Braun / Katherine Braun Protagonist-Antagonist
2002 Vale todo Helena Roitman
2001 Esta boca es mía Ella misma Presenter
Solterita y a la orden Amalia
1999 Me muero por ti Julia
Francisco el matemático Adriana Pineda Co-Protagonist
El Fiscal Tatiana Toledo de Valencia
1998 Amores como el Nuestro Carmen Elvira
1997 Perfume de agonía Helena Protagonist
1996 Hombres María Fernanda Acosta combers Padilla Co-Protagonist
La otra mitad del sol Diana Protagonist
1994 Café, con aroma de mujer Lucía Sandoval Portocarrero de Vallejo Main antagonist
1993 Crónicas de una generación trágica Doña Francisca Villanova Series
La maldición del paraíso
1992 Espérame al final
Escalona Ana Belén
La María La madre
1989 LP loca pasión Laura
Azúcar Caridad Solaz Protagonist-Antagonist
1988 Al final del arco iris
Décimo grado
1987 La otra cara de la moneda
Las muertes ajenas
Marcela
Por amor
Cuentos del domingo Dramatizados

Film[edit]

Year Production Character Notes
2014 Gente de bien María Isabel Film selected in the week of the critique of the Cannes festival
Anina Voz rectora Animated film
2009 Poker Jefe de la Mafia
Del amor y otros demonios
2008 Miradas urgentes Alicia
2007 El amor en los tiempos del cólera Doña Blanca
Hacia la oscuridad Marta Gutiérrez
2005 Rosario Tijeras Doña Ruby
Cuando rompen las olas Helena
2001 Bolívar soy yo vicepresidenta
1999 Soplo de vida mujer en las escaleras
1997 La deuda Eugenia Alfaro
1987 La noche que nos visitó Sonia
1986 La madremontes
Debajo de las estrellas

Theater[edit]

Year Work
2014-5 Ella en Shakespeare
2013-5 Pharmakon
2013 Menáge à Trois
A 2.50 la Cuba Libre
2012-4 Cinco mujeres un mismo trato
2012 Habitación 3.3.3
Pharmakon
2011 Pharmakon
2010 A 2.50 la Cuba Libre
2008 Bajo el volcán
Pharmakon
2006 A la sombra del volcán
2003-6 Frankie y Johnny al claro de luna
2002 Púrpura
1995 La Clepsidra

References[edit]

  1. ^ León Giraldo, Diego (August 5, 2008). "Confesiones: Alejandra Borrero cuenta cómo vivió la rumba dura". El Tiempo. Retrieved October 30, 2012.
  2. ^ Punto Colombia, 2014
  3. ^ [1], Noviembre 15 2015
  4. ^ "Colombianos y famosos, ¿pero ateos?". March 27, 2013. Retrieved December 4, 2018.

External links[edit]