Edith González

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Edith González
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Gonzalez in September 2018
Born
Edith González Fuentes

(1964-12-10)10 December 1964
Died13 June 2019(2019-06-13) (aged 54)
Mexico City, Mexico
Burial placeParque Memorial Gayosso
Naucalpan de Juárez
OccupationActress, dancer
Years active1970–2019
Spouse(s)
Lorenzo Lazo Margáin (m. 2010)
Children1

Edith González Fuentes (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈðit gonˈsales]; 10 December 1964 – 13 June 2019) was a Mexican actress and dancer. She is best remembered and known for her works on multiple telenovelas produced by Televisa, TV Azteca and Telemundo. inc González made her acting debut on the telenovela produced by Televisa Cosa juzgada in 1970. She would later start a prominent career on multiple telenovelas produced by the same company, with her most famous works including Los ricos también lloran (1979), Bianca Vidal (1982), Corazón salvaje (1993), Salomé (2001), Mundo de fieras (2006), Palabra de mujer (2007) and Camaleones (2009–2010). In 2011, she moved to TV Azteca, the second best-known multimedia company in Mexico, where she starred in the telenovelas Cielo rojo (2011), Vivir a destiempo (2013) and Las Bravo (2014).

She also starred in the telenovelas produced by Telemundo Doña Bárbara (2008) and Eva la Trailera in 2016, with the latter being her last leading acting role. Her last televised work was in 2019 as judge on the fashion program produced by TV Azteca, Este es mi estilo.

In film, she made her debut in the television film Un cuento de Navidad (1974). Beggining in films, she had little roles as an uncredited or extra actress in movies such as Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977), Cyclone (1978) and Guyana: Crime of the Century. Continuing her carrer in films her most famous works included Trampa Infernal (1989), Salón México (1996), Señorita Justice (2004), Poquita ropa (2011) and Deseo (2013).

As well as being actress of television and films, she also participated on plays such as Aventurera (theatrical adaptation of the film with the same name) produced by Carmen Salinas. For her work as an actress in films and telenovelas, she was nominated and awarded with prizes such as the Diosas de Plata and Heraldo de México.

Life and career[edit]

1964–1981: Childhood and early acting works[edit]

González was born on 10 December 1964 in Monterrey.[1] She participated in school plays since her childhood.[2] González studied acting in New York, London and Paris.[3] She was part of the academy of theater director Lee Strasberg, as well as studying at the Neighborhood Playhouse and the Actors Institute.[3] González was also part of the Sorbonne University, where she studied English and art history, and jazz in Great Britain.[3] Aged 5 and during a visit to the Siempre en Domingo program, she was chosen by the public to play a role with actor Rafael Baledón.[1] From then on she appeared as a child actress in several films and TV series from the 70s.[2] According to IMDb, her first acting credit role was on the 1970 telenovela produced by Televisa, Cosa juzgada.[1] Her early papers on telenovelas included on Lucía Sombra (1971), La maldición de la blonda (1971), El amor tiene cara de mujer (1971),[4] El edificio de enfrente (1972), Mi primer amor (1973),[5] Los miserables (1973), for which she was awarded in 1974 with an Heraldo award in the category of "revelation artist"[6][7] and Lo imperdonable (1975).[8]

She made her film debut in 1974 on the television film Canción de Navidad.[9] Following this, some of her early films included El rey de los gorilas (1977), Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977),[10] Cyclone (1978), Guyana: Crime of the Century (1979),[9] Fabricantes de pánico (1980)[11] and Cosa fácil (1982).[10]

González would continued working in multiple telenovelas produced by Televisa.[3] At the age of 15, she had her first important paper on television participating on the telenovela Los ricos también lloran of 1979 sharing credits with Verónica Castro and Rogelio Guerra,[3][12] and in which she also met and acted along Christian Bach with whom she had a longtime friendship until Bach's death.[13] As a teenager, her works in telenovelas included Ambición (1980),[12] Soledad (1980), in which she shared credits with Libertad Lamarque[14] and El hogar que yo robé (1981), in which she shared credits with Angélica María.[15]

1982–1989: Rising star on television and films[edit]

In 1982, González had her first leading role in the telenovela Bianca Vidal[16][17] and the same year she also appeared on the telenovela Chispita.[18] The next year in 1983, she participated on the telenovela La fiera.[19][20] In 1984, she appeared on the film Adiós Lagunilla, adiós[21][22] and had another leading role in the telenovela Sí, mi amor.[11] In 1986, she appeared on the anthology series La hora marcada[23] as well as appearing on the telenovelas Monte Calvario, in which she had the leading role[24] and Lista negra.[25] In 1987 she made an appearance as herself on the program Papá soltero[26] and had her first villain role on the telenovela Rosa salvaje, she participated in this project until episode 48 and at the time several versions for her exit were woven. It was said that she had been fired, but in the words of González herself, she actually resigned because of the alleged mistreatment she received from the production of the series.[27][28]

In an interview, González defended her version of the events, explaining that at that moment in her career she could not afford an antagonistic role after having starred in other fictions. In her opinion, she was not going to endure any "humiliation" stating the following:

The actress also pointed out that during the filming she experienced "unpleasant experiences" and denounced that she was not treated properly, so she decided to give up the series. González assured that she was not fired for the production by stating:

In an infamous scene of the telenovela, the lead character Rosa García (played by Verónica Castro) throws noodles to her face,[28] which was reported to be for many fans the straw that broke the camel's back.[27] Her character was replaced by Felicia Mercado.[28] In 1988 she participated on the films Pero sigo siendo el rey and Central camionera[11] while she also returned to the telenovelas on Flor y canela.[11][29] She acted on the horror film Trampa Infernal (1989), sharing credits with Pedro Fernández.[11]

1990–2009: Telenovela star in Televisa[edit]

In 1990, González was part of the films El motel de la muerte,[30] Sentencia de muerte and Atrapados.[11] This same year, she had the leading role on the telenovela En carne propia.[14] Her filmography continued in 1991 with the films El muerto,[31] El jugador and El descuartizador.[11] In 1993, she starred on the telenovela Corazón salvaje along with Eduardo Palomo, who died in 2003 due to a heart attack.[32][33] This same year, she appeared on the episode "La heredera" (Spanish for, "The heiress") of the program Videoteatros: Véngan corriendo que les tengo un muerto[34] as well as appearing on the program Televiteatros.[35] She appeared on the film Los cómplices del infierno (1995), in which she shared credits with Maribel Guardia and Alfredo Adame.[36] In 1995 and 1996 and under various roles, González made appearances for the anthology telenovela Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real, hosted by Golden Age of Mexican cinema actress, Silvia Pinal.[15] In 1996, she had the lead role on the telenovela La sombra del otro.[37][38] She also appeared on the film Salón México (1996).[11] In 1997, she had another leading role on the telenovela La jaula de oro, sharing credits with Saúl Lisazo and René Casados.[11][39]

In 1998, González participated on the play Aventurera produced by actress Carmen Salinas, this was the play depiction of the 1950 film of the same name.[40] On the play she had the leading role and was the first to portrayed Elena Tejero (the main character), as well as being recognized by Salinas, the producer, as the best "Aventurera" for the play, even though after González, there were other portrayers for the leading role, such as Niurka Marcos, Ninel Conde, Susana González, among other more actresses.[41][42] In 1999, she had the leading role in the telenovela Nunca te olvidaré, sharing credits with actor Fernando Colunga[43][44] and also had a role on the telenovela Cuento de Navidad.[45]

Returning to films in 2000, she took part on the short film Rogelio.[46] In 2001, she had the leading role on the telenovela Salomé, sharing credits with María Rubio, Guy Ecker and Niurka Marcos.[43][47] In 2002, she appeared on the comedy program XHDRbZ.[48][49] In 2003, she made an special appearance on the program La hora pico.[48][50] In 2004, she starred in the telenovela Mujer de madera, by producer Emilio Larrosa, but had to stop working that same year due to becoming pregnant.[51] She was replaced by Ana Patricia Rojo in the production.[52] Her next film role was in the movie Señorita Justice (2004), in which she shared credits with Eva Longoria.[53] Returning in 2006, she took an antagonist role in the telenovela Mundo de fieras, of producer Salvador Mejía, where she shared credits with César Évora and Gaby Espino.[54][55] This same year, she had another guest appearance on the program La hora pico.[48][56] In 2007, she had a guest role on the black comedy program La familia P. Luche, in which she shared credits with Eugenio Derbez and Consuelo Duval.[48] This same year, she had another leading role in the telenovela Palabra de mujer[57] and also traveled to Romania for an acting role in the telenovela Inimă de țigan.[57] In 2008, she traveled to Colombia to play the role of Bárbara Guaimarán in Doña Bárbara, based on the Venezuelan novel of the same name written by Rómulo Gallegos, acting alongside Christian Meier and produced by Telemundo.[58] And this same year, she also made an appearance on a Plaza Sesamo short film entitled Plaza Sésamo: Los monstruos feos más bellos (Sesame Square: The most beautiful ugly monsters).[59] In 2009, she appeared with a role on the psychological thriller series Mujeres asesinas[57] and this same year, she also had a co-leading role on the telenovela Camaleones, with this marking her last telenovela on the channel.[60]

2010–2019: TV Azteca telenovelas, final films and works[edit]

In 2010, González switched to TV Azteca, the second main Mexican broadcaster.[61] She made her first appearance for the company during a program of the 2010 edition of la Academia La Academia Bicentenario.[62] This same year, she appeared during the Mañanitas a la Virgen program, an special yearly transmission done by TV Azteca on December 12, in which different artists sing at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe celebration day.[63]

In 2011, she had her first leading role for the company on the telenovela Cielo rojo by Eric Vonn, sharing credits with Regina Torné and Mauricio Islas.[64][65] She also returned to films on the television film Poquita ropa (2011), starred by singer Ricardo Arjona.[53] This same year, she also had an special role on the telenovela A corazón abierto[65] and led the Mañanitas a la Virgen program.[66] In 2013, she had another leading role on the telenovela Vivir a destiempo, in which she shared credits with Humberto Zurita.[65][67] This year, she also co-produced and acted in the film Deseo along with her longtime friend Christian Bach.[53][68] In 2014, she had the leading role on the telenovela Las Bravo, in which she shared credits one more time with actor Mauricio Islas.[69]

In 2016, she returned with the leading role on the telenovela produced by Telemundo, Eva la trailera.[70] The telenovela and Telemundo were sued by Rolando Fernández, who accused them of plagiarism of his 1983 film Lola the Truck Driver.[71] The lawsuit was ultimately won by Fernández.[72] Despite this, the telenovela was retransmitted by Telemundo in 2019 following González's passing as a tribute in her memory.[73]

González in 2017

In 2017, she returned with a recurring role on the telenovela 3 familias[74] she appeared one more time on the yearly Mañanitas a la Virgen program[75] and filmed her last film entitled Un sentimiento honesto en el calabozo del olvido.[76] In 2019, González re-appeared as a judge on the fashion program of TV Azteca Este es mi estilo, with this being her last work and television project.[77]

Theater[edit]

As well as being an actress for multiple films and television productions, González was also an actress of multiple plays such as Los árboles mueren de pie, Un día particular, Magnolias de acero, Buenas noches mamá,[78] Entre mujeres,[79] among others. Her most famous theater work was in the play Aventurera produced by Carmen Salinas for which she was the first actress to portray the lead character, Elena Tejero.[80]

Personal life[edit]

González had a daughter, Constanza (born 17 August 2004). Initially she did not disclose the father's name and decided to raise Constanza alone. In 2008, Mexican politician Santiago Creel recognized that he was Constanza's father.[2][81][82][83] During an interview in August 2012, González shared that she had lost a baby previously without any further explanation by simply stating the following:

She kept an strong longtime friendship with Argentine-Mexican actress Christian Bach,[13][85] whom died on February 26, 2019, due to respiratory failure.[86] As an actress in TV Azteca, she was noted for being adverse to doing bed scenes, asking for a body double to replace her in sex scenes.[87][88] In 2010, González married Lorenzo Lazo Margáin.[2][89]

Illness and death[edit]

In 2016, González was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer. She underwent surgery to have her ovaries, uterus and lymph nodes removed,[90] and, in the words of the actress herself, she had overcome the cancer.[91] In April 2019, it was rumored that he had suffered a cancer relapse; which the actress denied, adducing a trip to Guatemala.[92]

On 13 June 2019, González died of the disease. She was declared medically brain dead[93] and was later taken off life support by her family at noon, passing away at the age of 54.[94][95][96][97] Hours before her passing, the Mexican television daily morning program Hoy erroneously reported that she had already died, which was wrong since González's official hour of death was at 12:00 p.m. when her family decided to disconnect her, with this incident causing annoyance to her family.[98] Also on 13 June, González's funeral was held at the Panteón Francés where she was accompanied by her family and famous colleagues of her acting career.[99] On 14 June, her body was moved to the Jorge Negrete theatre where a tribute was held for her with the attendance of fans, friends and family.[100] After the tribute, she was moved to the Parque Memorial Gayosso in Naucalpan de Juárez, where she was buried alongside her father.[101]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1974 Canción de Navidad Fanny, sister of Scrooge Television film
1977 Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas Village Girl Uncredited
1977 El rey de los gorilas Betty
1978 Cyclone Tiersa
1979 Guyana: Crime of the Century Commune member
1980 Fabricantes de pánico Jéssica
1982 Cosa fácil Elena's Friend Uncredited
1984 Adiós Lagunilla, adiós Mariela
1988 Pero sigo siendo el rey Laura
1988 Central camionera
1989 Trampa Infernal Alejandra
1990 El motel de la muerte Television film
1990 Sentencia de muerte
1990 Atrapados Flor
1991 El muerto
1991 El jugador Romy
1991 El descuartizador Dr. Verónica Arizméndi
1995 Los cómplices del infierno Sandra
1996 Salón México La Jaibita
1998 Las noches de aventurera Elena Tejeda / Herself Television film
2000 Rogelio Short film
2004 Señorita Justice Detective Christine Garcia English-language role
2008 Plaza Sésamo: Los monstruos feos más bellos Herself
2011 Poquita ropa Television film
2013 Deseo Actriz Associate producer
2017 Un sentimiento honesto en el calabozo del olvido Isabelle Batun

Telenovelas[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1970 Cosa juzgada Television debut
1971 Lucía Sombra Erika as a Child
1971 La maldición de la blonda
1971 El amor tiene cara de mujer
1972 El edificio de enfrente Martha
1973 Mi primer amor Lucía
1973 Los miserables Cosette as a Child
1975 Lo imperdonable Gloria as a Child
1979 Los ricos también lloran Marisabel
1980 Ambición Charito
1980 Soledad Luisita Sánchez Fuentes
1981 El hogar que yo robé Paulina
1982 Bianca Vidal Bianca Vidal Lead role
1982 Chispita
1983 La fiera Julie
1984 Sí, mi amor Susana Lead role
1986 Monte Calvario Ana Rosa Lead role
1986 Lista negra Mary
1987 Rosa salvaje Leonela Villarreal
1988 Flor y canela Florentina
1990 En carne propia Estefanía Muriel / Natalia de Jesús Ortega Lead role
1993 Corazón salvaje Mónica de Altamira Lead role
1996 La sombra del otro Lorna Madrigal Lead role
1997 La jaula de oro Oriana / Carolina Lead role
1999 Nunca te olvidaré Esperanza Gamboa Martel / Isabel Clara Martel Lead role
1999 Cuento de Navidad Josefina Coder
2001 Salomé Fernanda "Salomé" Quiñónez Lavalle Lead role
2004 Mujer de madera Marisa Santibáñez Villalpando Lead role
2006 Mundo de fieras Joselyn Rivas del Castillo Arizmendi de Cervantes-Bravo Main antagonist
2007 Palabra de mujer Vanessa Noriega Lead role
2007 Inimă de țigan Rumanian telenovela
2008 Doña Bárbara Doña Bárbara Guaimarán Lead role
2009 Camaleones Francisca Campos Co-lead role
2011 Cielo rojo Alma Durán de Molina Lead role
2011 A corazón abierto Andrea Carranti Special participation
2013 Vivir a destiempo Paula Duarte de Bermúdez Lead role
2014 Las Bravo Valentina Díaz de Bravo Lead role
2016 Eva la trailera Eva Soler Lead role
2017, 2018 3 familias Katy Recurring role

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1986 La hora marcada
1987 Papá soltero Actriz Invitada 1 episode
1993 Videoteatros: Véngan corriendo que les tengo un muerto Episode: "La heredera"
1993 Televiteatros Leomela Villarreal
1995, 1996 Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real Various roles 2 episodes
2002 XHDRbZ Chulieta
2003 La hora pico Edith / Niña Salomé / Clienta enojada
2006 La hora pico Edith Adventure
2007 La familia P. Luche María Josefina
2009 Mujeres asesinas Clara Soler "Clara, fantasiosa" (Season 2, Episode 1)
2010 La Academia Bicentenario Herself
2010 Mañanitas a la Virgen Herself
2011 Mañanitas a la Virgen Herself
2017 Mañanitas a la Virgen Herself
2019 Este es mi estilo Herself Judge

Awards and nominations[edit]

Diosas de Plata awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2014 Best actress Deseo Nominated[102]

Heraldo de México awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1974 Revelation Artist Los miserables Won[6]

People en Español awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2009 Best actress Doña Bárbara Won[103]
Best couple (with Christian Meier) Nominated
2010 Best TV Series Performance Mujeres Asesinas 2 Won[102][104]

TVyNovelas awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1994 TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress Corazón salvaje Won[103]
2000 TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress Nunca te olvidare Nominated[103]
2002 TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress Salomé Nominated[103]
2005 TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress Mujer de madera Nominated
2007 TVyNovelas Award for Best Antagonist Actress Mundo de fieras Won[104]
Special award to the public's favorite star Won

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