Alexandra Jiménez

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Alexandra Jiménez
Alexandra Jiménez 2015.jpg
Born Alexandra Jiménez Arrechea
(1980-01-04) January 4, 1980 (age 37)
Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain
Years active 1998–present
Awards Premio Leche President (won with Alejo Sauras)

Alexandra Jiménez Arrechea (born January 4, 1980 in Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain) is a Spanish actress, who is well-known of portraying África Sanz in television sitcom Los Serrano.

When Jiménez was young, she started dancing ballet and studied dance in many well known schools in Zaragoza and then Madrid. She became professional in ballet when she was 15 years old, but soon after that she hurt her foot and left her dancing career because she wanted to pursue in acting. Jiménez studied acting in Madrid and made small appearances in television series such as Periodistas, Policías, En el corazón de la calle and Compañeros during her studies. Then she get the role in Los Serrano, where she played África Sanz. Jiménez has also acted in films, short films, in theatre and also worked as a model. In 2005 she won Premio Leche President prize with her co-star Alejo Sauras as a "Best TV couple".

Private life[edit]

Alexandra and ex-Los Serrano co-star, María Bonet are good friends though the series is already ended.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Film[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Fin del mundo, todos al tren (2002)
  • Los menecomos (2002)
  • Siete por siete (2003)
  • 5mujeres.com (2004)
  • Hombres, mujeres y punto
  • Un pequeño juego, sin consecuencias (2006)

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