Vanessa Bauche

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Vanessa Bauche
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Born Alma Vanessa Bauche Chavira
(1973-02-18) February 18, 1973 (age 44)
Mexico
Occupation Actress

Vanessa Bauche (Spanish pronunciation: [baˈnesa ˈβautʃe]) (born 18 February 1973) is a Mexican television and film actress.

Early life[edit]

Bauche was born Alma Vanessa Bauche Chavira, named after actress Vanessa Redgrave. Her father was a Gypsy who married her mother, a woman who aspired to be a dancer and singer. At the time of the marriage, her mother was sixteen years old and her father was a junior in high school. The couple divorced when Bauche was seven years old. After the divorce, she and her brother, Tito, spent three years traveling with their father. Eventually, she and her brother settled down with their mother in Mexico City.[1] Bauche went to the Centro de Educación Artística. In 2012, she was on the cover of Playboy Mexico.

Career[edit]

She received her starring role in a film as a drug-addicted prostitute in El Patrullero (Highway Patrolman) (1991). After starring in a number of telenovelas she played a lead role in the international success Amores Perros (2000).

While Bauche has found success in both film and television, she also maintains a steady career in theater.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Other notes
1991 La negra flor Short film
El Patrullero Maribel Alternative title: Highway Patrolmen
1992 El amor de todos los días
Como cualquier noche Short film
Murallas de silencio Short film
1993 Hoy No Circula Segment: Jueves
Un año perdido
1994 Hasta morir Adela Alternative title: 'Til Death
1995 La ley de las mujeres Ana Alternative title: The Law of the Women
1996 La Crisalida Short film
1997 Le jour et la nuit Muchacha Alternative title: Day and Night
1998 The Mask of Zorro Indian Girl
Un embrujo Magda Alternative title: Under a Spell
1999 Cupo limitado
One Man's Hero Flor
Un Dulce Olor a Muerte Alternative title: A Sweet Scent of Death
2000 Noche de bodas Short film
Un ojo al gato y otro al garbato Short film
Amores perros Susana
Mexico City Woman Kidnapper
2001 La historia de la historia que no se dejó contar Short film
Piedras verdes Marianna Alternative title: Green Stones
De la Calle Amparo Alternative title: Streeters
2004 A Silent Love Gladys
Al otro lado Vicenta (the mother)
Digna... hasta el último aliento Digna Ochoa
2005 The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada Mariana
Dios te salve Sor María Short film
2006 Imitation Teresa
Las Vueltas del citrillo Alternative title: The Citrillo's Turn
2008 Todos Hemos Pecado Magdalena La Trenzuda
2009 Cabeza de buda Meche
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1989 Simplemente María Julia Episode: 1.1
1996 Morir dos veces Carla
1997 La Jaula De Oro Cristina Valdés
2000 Ramona Margarita Episode: 1.1
2000–2003 Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real Various characters 10 episodes
2008 Mujeres Asesinas Julia Episode: Ana, corrosiva
2009 Gregoria la cucaracha
Ellas son... la alegría del hogar Carmela
Hermanos y Detectives Doctora Episode: El Caso Peralta
2016 Eva la trailera Soraya Luna de Mogollón
Rosario Tijeras Ruby Morales
2017 La doble vida de Estela Carrillo Leticia Jiménez

Awards and nominations[edit]

Ariel Award

  • 1995: Nominated, "Best Supporting Actress" - Hasta morir
  • 1999: Won, "Best Actress in a Minor Role" - Un embrujo
  • 2002: Won, "Best Supporting Actress" - De la calle
  • 2005: Nominated, "Best Actress" - Digna: Hasta el último aliento

Lleida Latin-American Film Festival

  • 2006: Won, "Best Actress" - Al Otro Lado and Las vueltas del citrillo

Western Heritage Awards

  • 2006: Won, "Outstanding Theatrical Motion Picture" - The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

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