Elizabeth Gutiérrez

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Elizabeth Gutiérrez
Gutiérrez at a premiere in a pink dress and fishnet stockings
Gutiérrez at the premiere of El Rostro de Analía in 2008
Born Elizabeth Gutiérrez Nevárez
(1978-04-01) April 1, 1978 (age 38)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2003–present
Partner(s) William Levy (2003–2011)[1]
Children 2

Elizabeth Gutiérrez (/iˈlɪzəbəθ ɡᵿtiˈɛrəz/, /əˈ-/; Mexican Spanish pronunciation: [eˈlisaβet ɣuˈtjeres]; born April 1, 1978) is an American actress and model of Mexican descent. She is best known for playing the leading roles in the telenovelas El Rostro de Analía and El fantasma de Elena.


Gutiérrez was born in Los Angeles, California, to Mexican parents.

While working on Protagonistas de Novela 2, she began a relationship with fellow contestant William Levy. She gave birth to their son, Christopher Alexander, in 2006, and to their daughter, Kailey Alexandra, on March 6, 2010. The couple ended their relationship in 2011.[2][1]


Gutiérrez had early work as a model on The Price Is Right. She participated in the second season of the reality show Protagonistas de Novela.

Gutiérrez began her work in telenovelas in 2005, playing the villain Isabela in Venevision International's Olvidarte jamás. She left the production 12 episodes before its end due to her first pregnancy. The next year she began playing Paola in Acorralada but left to take the lead role in Amor Comprado. In 2007, she played the lead role in Isla Paraiso, a mininovela of 15 two-minute episodes produced by Venevisión and published online.

In 2008, she took another female lead role, this time in the Telemundo production El Rostro de Analía. The telenovela was broadcast in more than 50 countries; being on one of Telemundo's most popular telenovelas brought Gutiérrez worldwide recognition.[citation needed] In 2009, she turned down the role of Priscila on Bella Calamidades to play a villain in the fifth remake of Corazón salvaje. Critics responded favorably to Gutiérrez's performance.

She went on to play the lead in El Fantasma de Elena, her third leading role. This telenovela was not as popular as expected in the United States but was more successful elsewhere. It has been sold in 70 countries. She filmed the pilot episode for La Mala, La Buena y La Tonta but left the project in favor of El Fantasma de Elena. She also appeared on the dancing show ¡Mira Quien Baila! on Univision. In 2012, she accepted the role of a woman who swung between a father and a son, Mariana San Lucas in El Rostro de la Venganza, from which telenovela she left early in its presentation.


Gutiérrez in 2009
Year Title Character Notes
2008 Fotonovela Melanie Debut film / Protagonist[3]
Year Title Character Notes
2003 Protagonistas de Novela Herself Season 2
2004 Lingerie Bowl Herself Team Dream
2005 The Price Is Right Herself Model
2006 Olvidarte jamás Isabella Neira Antagonist
2007 Acorralada Paola Irazábal Supporting role
2008 Amor comprado Mariana Gómez Lead role
2008 El rostro de Analia Mariana Andrade de Montiel / Ana Lucía "Analía" Moncada Lead role
2009–2010 Corazón salvaje Rosenda Montes de Oca Antagonist
2010 El fantasma de Elena Elena Lafé Lead role
2011 ¡Mira quién baila! Herself Show (Dancing Competition); finished fourth
2012 El rostro de la venganza Mariana San Lucas[4] Co-lead role[5]


  1. ^ a b Pastorizo, Dennis (May 10, 2011). "William Levy And Elizabeth Gutierrez Split; Love Child To Blame?". Celebrity Gossip. Retrieved June 20, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Elizabeth Gutiérrez, sobre su relación con William Levy: "Me encanta la vida que llevamos juntos"". PeopleenEspanol.com. Retrieved 12 April 2015. 
  3. ^ "Fotonovela in Amazon". Amazon.com. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 
  4. ^ Fridmann, Mandy (August 1, 2012). "Elizabeth Gutiérrez miedo a que la odien por 'El Rostro de la Venganza'" (in Spanish). The Huffington Post. Retrieved April 13, 2015. 
  5. ^ Fridmann, Mandy (August 10, 2012). "Elizabeth Gutiérrez abandona 'El Rostro de la Venganza'. ¿Entra Marlene Favela?" (in Spanish). The Huffington Post. Retrieved August 19, 2014. 

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