Edith González

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Edith González
Born Edith González Fuentes
(1964-12-10) December 10, 1964 (age 52)
Residence Mexico DF
Occupation Actress, dancer
Years active Actress
Spouse(s) Lorenzo Lazo Margáin (2010-present)
Children Constanza (b. 2004)

Edith González (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈðit ɣonˈsales]; born Edith González Fuentes on December 10, 1964 in Monterrey, Mexico is a Mexican actress and dancer.[1]

Work[edit]

González has worked for the Spanish-language television networks Televisa, Telemundo, and TV Azteca. It was while working for Televisa that she played some of the most important roles in Mexican telenovelas. In 2010 she switched from Televisa to TV Azteca.[2] Her first telenovela with TV Azteca was Cielo Rojo; her first appearance on TV Azteca was in the reality show La Academia.

Personal life[edit]

González has a daughter, Constanza (born August 17, 2004), whose father is Mexican politician Santiago Creel.[1][3]

In 2010, González married Lorenzo Lazo Margáin.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Films[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 Ciclón Tiersa
1979 Guayana, el crimen del siglo 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
1990 El motel de la muerte Television film
1990 Fabricantes de pánico
1990 Trampa infernal Alejandra
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
2008 Plaza Sésamo: Los monstruos feos más bellos Herself
2011 Poquita ropa Television film
2013 Deseo Actriz Associate producer

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
1973 Mi primer amor Lucía
1974 Los miserables Cosette as a Child
1975 Lo imperdonable Gloria as a Child
1979 Los ricos también lloran Marisabel
1980 Ambición Charito
1981 Soledad Luisita Sánchez Fuentes
1981 El hogar que yo robé Paulina
1983 Chispita
1984 Sí, mi amor Susana Lead role
1985 Bianca Vidal Bianca Vidal 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
2001 Salomé Fernanda "Salomé" Quiñónez Lavalle Lead role
2004 Mujer de madera Marisa Santibáñez Villalpando Lead role
2006-2007 Mundo de fieras Joselyn Rivas del Castillo Arizmendi de Cervantes-Bravo Lead antagonist
2007-2008 Palabra de mujer Vanessa Noriega Lead role
2008-2009 Doña Bárbara Doña Bárbara Guaimarán Lead role
2009-2010 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
2014-2015 Las Bravo Valentina Díaz de Bravo Lead role
2016 Eva la trailera Eva Soler Lead role

Special appearances[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1983 Nataly Julie
1986 Hora marcada
1987 Papá soltero Actriz Invitada 1 episode
1993 Videoteatros: Véngan corriendo que les tengo un muerto Episode: "La heredera"
1993 Televiteatros Leonela Villarreal
1995-1996 Mujer, casos de la vida real Various role 2 episodes
2007 XHDRbZ María Josefina "Sueño de telenovela" (Season 1, Episode 23)
2009 Mujeres asesinas Clara Soler "Clara, fantasiosa" (Season 2, Episode 1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Edith González biography" "Esmas"
  2. ^ "Edith González deja Televisa y firma con TV Azteca" Informador, 27 Jul 2010 [1]
  3. ^ "SANTIAGO CREEL HABLA DE LA HIJA DE EDITH GONZALEZ" "DailyMotion"

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