Yolanda Andrade

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Yolanda Andrade
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Born Yolanda Josefina Andrade Gómez
(1970-12-28) December 28, 1970 (age 47)
Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico
Occupation Actress, television presenter

Yolanda Andrade (born Yolanda Josefina Andrade Gómez; December 28, 1970) is a Mexican actress and television presenter born in Culiacán, Sinaloa. Her career started at the telenovela Yo no creo en los hombres (1991), along with Gabriela Roel and Alfredo Adame, which allowed her to work in bigger productions such as Las secretas intenciones (1992) with Cristian Castro.


Andrade was born Yolanda Josefina Andrade Gómez on December 28, 1970 in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico After completing high school there, she moved to Mexico City started acting studies at CEA (Centro de Educación Artística) in Televisa for 3 years. Upon completion of her acting studies, she obtained her first role in a soap opera Yo no creo en los hombres. Her next role was as Larissa in Las Secretas Intenciones acting next to Cristian Castro, for which she obtained a TVyNovelas award as best young actress.

She then continued towards other soap operas until she obtained a leading role. Her first starring role was in Buscando el Paraíso (1993) with Karla Alvares and Alex Ibarra, then Retrato de Familia (1995); Sentimientos Ajenos (1996) with Carlos Ponce and Chantal Andere, Los Hijos de Nadie (1997) with Silvia Derbez and Ramón Abascal. On that same year she also participated in the Mexican movie ¿Quién Diablos es Juliette?.

Along her career, "Joe" -as her friends know her- earned the sympathy of the public and also the media, which gave her with various awards as best actriz.

On March 1, 2000, Yolanda hosted the TV show Hijas de la Madre Tierra with her friend Montserrat Oliver. The show was very successful and they even did a special transmission from the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia

Like many other Mexican celebrities, in 2003 she entered Big Brother VIP where she won second place after the winner Omar Chaparro.


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