Maritza Rodríguez

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Maritza Rodríguez
Maritza Rodríguez.jpg
Rodríguez in 2008
Born Maritza Rodríguez Gómez
(1975-09-01) September 1, 1975 (age 43)
Barranquilla, Colombia
Other names Sarah Mintz
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 1991–2016
Spouse(s)
Joshua Mintz (m. 2005)
Children 3

Sarah Mintz (born Maritza Rodríguez Gómez; September 1, 1975 in Barranquilla, Colombia) is a retired Colombian telenovela actress and model.[1][2] In January 2018, she announced that she had changed her name to Sarah Mintz and left her acting career.[3]

She is best known for her roles as Cristal Covarrubias in Venevisión's telenovela Ángel Rebelde (2003), as Marfil Mondragon de Irázabal; Deborah Mondragón de Dávila in Venevisión's telenovela Acorralada (2007); Sara Andrade in Telemundo's telenovela El Rostro de Analia (2008); Pilar and Raquel Arismendi in Telemundo's telenovela La Casa de al Lado (2011),; Antonia Villarroel in Telemundo's telenovela El Rostro de la Venganza (2012); Teresa Cristina Palmer in Telemundo's telenovela Marido En Alquiler (2013); and Silvana Rivapalacios in Telemundo's telenovela Silvana sin lana.

Personal life[edit]

Mintz has three brothers. She speaks English and Spanish. She has been married since June 2005 to Jewish Mexican TV executive Joshua Mintz, who is Executive Vice President of Scripted Programming and General Manager of Telemundo Studios. She currently lives in Miami, Florida. Mintz announced on November 11, 2013 on Telemundo's Al Rojo Vivo that she and her husband were expecting twins. On April 13, 2014, she gave birth to twin boys, Akiva and Yehuda.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2000 Vuelo 1503 Actress

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
1995 Mascarada
1997 Perfume de agonía Carmen
1997 La mujer en el espejo
1997 Dios se lo pague Irene Richerdson
1999 Marido y mujer Lucía Méndez
2000 La revancha Mercedes Riverol
2001 Amantes del desierto Bárbara Santana
2002 Milagros de amor Milagros viuda de amor
2004 Ángel Rebelde Cristal Covarrubias
2005 Vuelo 1503 Ángela Granda
2007-2008 Acorralada Débora Mondragónn / Marfil Mondragónn
2007 Pecados Ajenos Karen Vallejo
2008-2009 Doña Bárbara Asunción Vergel de Luzardo
2008 El Rostro de Analía Sarah Andrade
2010 Perro amor Camila Brando
2011-2012 La casa de al lado Pilar Arismendi / Raquel Arismendi
2012 El rostro de la venganza Antonia Villarroel
2013 Rafael Orozco, el ídolo Marta Mónica Camargo
2013-2014 Marido en alquiler Teresa Cristina Palmer
2015-2016 El Señor de los Cielos Amparo Rojas
2016-2017 Silvana sin lana Silvana "Chivis" Rivapalacios de Villaseñor

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Telenovela or series Result
2003 Premios India Catalina Outstanding Lead Actress Telenovela Milagros de amor Nominated
2002 Amantes del desierto Won
2000 Marido y mujer Nominated
2003 Premios TVyNovelas Milagros de amor Won
2002 Amantes del desierto Nominated
2000 Marido y Mujer Nominated
2011 Miami Life Awards Best Villain of Telenovela Perro Amor Won
2012 Premios People en Español Best Actress El Rostro de la Venganza Nominated[5]
Miami Life Awards Telenovela Best Female Lead La Casa de al Lado Nominated
Premios tu mundo 2012 Favorite Lead Actress La Casa de al Lado Won
The Best Bad Girl La Casa de al Lado Nominated
2013 Premios 2013 Favorite TV Villain Rafael Orozco, el ídolo Won
Premios tu mundo 2013 The Perfect Couple with David Chocarro El Rostro de la Venganza Nominated
Premios People en Español 2013 Best Female Antagonist Marido en Alquiler Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El drástico cambio de vida de Maritza Rodríguez que tiene sorprendidos a sus fans - Caracol TV". caracoltv.com. Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  2. ^ En Colombia "Ficha de Maritza Rodríguez" Archived 2010-03-11 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "Maritza Rodríguez deja de actuar y no puede dar abrazos". Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Nacieron los mellizos de Maritza Rodriguez". People en Espanol.
  5. ^ Nominadas a Mejor actriz en los Premios People en Español 2012 Archived 2012-11-22 at the Wayback Machine.

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