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Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress

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Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
CountryMexico
Presented byAMACC
First awarded1947
Currently held byMónica del Carmen,
Asfixia (2020)
Websitepremioariel.com.mx

The Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress (Spanish: Premio Ariel a Mejor Coactuación Femenina) is an award presented by the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas (AMACC) in Mexico. It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role while working within the Mexican film industry. In 1947, the 1st and 2nd Ariel Awards were held, with Lilia Michel winning in both ceremonies for the films Un Beso en la Noche and Vértigo, respectively. With the exception of the years 1959 to 1971, when the Ariel Awards were suspended, the award has been given annually.[1] Nominees and winners are determined by a committee formed every year consisting of academy members (active and honorary), previous winners and individuals with at least two Ariel nominations; the committee members submit their votes through the official AMACC website.[2]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 47 actresses. Ana Ofelia Murguía and Isela Vega had received the most awards in this category with three Ariels each. Angélica Aragón, Katy Jurado, Ofelia Medina, Lilia Michel, Angelina Peláez, and Eileen Yáñez have been awarded twice; Jurado was also the first Mexican actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the film Broken Lance (1954).[3] Murguía is the most nominated performer, with eight nominations, followed by Aragón with six. In 2019, Cassandra Ciangherotti became the first performer to be nominated twice the same year, with their supporting roles in the films El Club de los Insomnes and Las Niñas Bien.

Nineteen films have featured two nominated performances for Best Supporting Actress, Una Familia de Tantas (Eugenia Galindo and Martha Roth), Fin de Fiesta (Ana Martín and Helena Rojo), Actas de Marusia (Silvia Mariscal and Patricia Reyes Spíndola), Las Poquianchis (Ana Ofelia Murguía and María Rojo), El Lugar Sin Límites (Ana Martín and Lucha Villa), Que Viva Tepito (Leonor Llausás and Rebeca Silva), Vidas Errantes (Eugenia D'Silva and Josefina González de la Riva), Los Motivos de Luz (Murguía and Dunia Zaldívar), Como Agua Para Chocolate (Pilar Aranda and Claudette Maillé), Novia Que Te Vea (Angélica Aragón and Verónica Langer), Dos Crimenes (Leticia Huijara and Margarita Isabel), Mujeres Insumisas (Regina Orozco and Lourdes Elizarrarás), Profundo Carmesí (Julieta Egurrola and Verónica Merchant, Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver (Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez and Angelina Peláez), Un Embrujo (Luisa Huertas and Mayra Sérbulo), Mezcal (Aída López and Sérbulo), Fuera del Cielo (Martha Higareda and Isela Vega), Cinco Días Sin Nora (Langer and Peláez), and Las Oscuras Primaveras (Margarita Sanz and Cecilia Suárez); Roth, Helena Rojo, Reyes Spíndola, María Rojo, Villa, Murguía, Maillé, Aragón, Isabel, Egurrola, Vega, and Peláez won the award. As of the 2020 ceremony, Mónica del Carmen is the most recent winner in this category for her role in Asfixia.

Winners and nominees

Color photo of Marga López.
Marga López was nominated twice winning for Soledad in 1948.
Color photo of Columba Domínguez.
Columba Domínguez won in 1949 for her role in Maclovia.
Color photo of Diana Bracho.
Diana Bracho won the award twice for El Castillo de la Pureza (1973) and El Infierno de Todos Tan Temido (1980).
Color photo of Lucha Villa.
Lucha Villa received the award for El Lugar Sin Límites in 1978.
Color photo of Vanessa Bauche.
Vanessa Bauche was nominated three times and won for De La Calle in 2002.
Color photo of Ofelia Medina.
Ofelia Medina won the award twice for the films Voces Inocentes (2005) and Las Buenas Hierbas (2011).
Table key
Award winner Indicates the winner
Year Actress Film Ref.
1947
(1st)
Lilia MichelAward winner Un Beso en la Noche [4]
María Douglas El Monje Blanco
Amparo Morillo La Barraca
1947
(2nd)
Lilia MichelAward winner Vértigo [5]
Pituka de Foronda Sinfonía de una vida
Marga López Mamá Inés
1948
(3rd)
Marga LópezAward winner Soledad [6]
Fanny Schiller A Media Luz
Blanca Estela Pavón Vuelven los García
1949
(4th)
Columba DomínguezAward winner Maclovia [7]
Carmen Molina Las Mañanitas
1950
(5th)
Martha RothAward winner Una Familia de Tantas [8]
Eugenia Galindo Una Familia de Tantas
1951
(6th)
Stella IndaAward winner Los Olvidados [9]
Patricia Morán Otra Primavera
Rosaura Revueltas Un Día de Vida
1952
(7th)
Carmen MontejoAward winner Mujeres Sin Mañana [10]
Rita Montaner Negro es Mi Dolor
Natalia Ortíz Doña Perfecta
1953
(8th)
Silvia PinalAward winner Un Rincón Cerca del Cielo [11]
María Douglas La Ausente
Carmen Montejo Sor Alegría
1954
(9th)
Katy JuradoAward winner El Bruto [12]
Miroslava Las Tres Perfectas Casadas
Amanda del Llano Reportaje
1955
(10th)
Amanda del LlanoAward winner La Rebelión de Los Colgados [13]
Magda Guzmán La Duda
Carmen Montejo La Infame
1956
(11th)
Blanca de CastejónAward winner Escuela de Vagabundos [14]
Rita Macedo Ensayo de un Crimen
Amparo Villegas Una Mujer en la Calle
1957
(12th)
Sara GarcíaAward winner La Tercera Palabra [15]
Silvia Derbez El Rey de México
Hortensia Santoveña Talpa
1958
(13th)
Lucy GallardoAward winner Bambalinas [16]
Gloria Lozano La Culta Dama
Maricruz Olivier Esposa Te Doy
19591971 Not awarded [1]
1972
(14th)
Helena RojoAward winner Fin de Fiesta [17]
Rocío Brambila Muñeca Reina
Ana Martín Fin de Fiesta
1973
(15th)
Diana BrachoAward winner El Castillo de la Pureza [18]
Anita Blanch Los Días del Amor
Gloria Marín Mecánica Nacional
1974
(16th)
Lina MontesAward winner El Principio [19]
Carolina Barret Calzonzin Inspector
Mercedes Carreño Los Perros de Dios
1975
(17th)
Mercedes CarreñoAward winner La Choca [20]
Anita Blanch Presagio
Rosenda Monteros Rapiña
1976
(18th)
Patricia Reyes SpíndolaAward winner Actas de Marusia [21]
Graciela Doring Coronación
Silvia Mariscal Actas de Marusia
1977
(19th)
María RojoAward winner Las Poquianchis [22]
Ana Ofelia Murguía Las Poquianchis
Adriana Roel Renuncia por Motivos de Salud
1978
(20th)
Lucha VillaAward winner El Lugar Sin Límites [23]
Ana Martin El Lugar Sin Límites
Yara Patricia Los Pequeños Privilegios
1979
(21st)
Ana Ofelia MurguíaAward winner Cadena Perpetua [24]
Blanca Guerra Pedro Páramo: El Hombre de la Media Luna
Ana Martin Los Indolentes
1980
(22nd)
Diana BrachoAward winner El Infierno de Todos Tan Temido [25]
Isabela Corona El Infierno de Todos Tan Temido
Gloriella Morris En la Cuerda del Hambre
1981
(23rd)
Beatriz SheridanAward winner Misterio [26]
Leonor Llausás Que Viva Tepito
Rebeca Silva Que Viva Tepito
1982
(24th)
JulissaAward winner Distrito Federal [27]
Viridiana Alatriste La Seducción
Ana Ofelia Murguía ¡Ora Si Tenemos Que Ganar!
1983
(25th)
Patricia RiveraAward winner Tiempo de Lobos [28]
Gloria Marín Aquel Famoso Remington
1984
(26th)
Carmelita GonzálezAward winner Motel [29]
Margarita Isabel Las Apariencias Engañan
Beatriz Marín Bajo la Metralla
1985
(27th)
Margarita SanzAward winner Frida [30]
Eugenia D'Silva Vidas Errantes
Josefina González de la Riva Vidas Errantes
1986
(28th)
Ana Ofelia MurgíaAward winner Los Motivos de Luz [31]
Gina Romand Gavilán o Paloma
Dunia Zaldívar Los Motivos de Luz
1987
(29th)
Claudia GuzmánAward winner Terror y Encajes Negros [32]
Ana Ofelia Murguía Chido Guan: El Tacos de Oro
Alejandra Peniche Noches de Califas
1988
(30th)
Saby KamalichAward winner Mariana, Mariana [33]
Angélica AragónAward winner La Furia de un Dios
Patricia Reyes Spíndola Los Confines
1989
(31st)
Dolores BeristáinAward winner El Secreto de Romelia [34]
Claudia Guzmán Violación
Patricia Pereyra Largo Camino a Tijuana
1990
(32nd)
Laura ForastieriAward winner El Homicida [35]
Claudia Guzmán Violencia de Domicilio
Alma Delfina Martínez Casos de Alarma I: Sida
1991
(33rd)
Claudia FernándezAward winner Por Tu Maldito Amor [36]
Angélica Aragón Pueblo de Madera
1992
(34th)
Claudette MailléAward winner Como Agua Para Chocolate [37]
Pilar Aranda Como Agua Para Chocolate
Malena Doria La Mujer de Benjamín
1993
(35th)
Meche BarbaAward winner Los Años de Greta [38]
Angélica Aragón Gertrudis
Lilia Aragón Ángel de Fuego
1994
(36th)
Angélica AragónAward winner Novia Que Te Vea [39]
Ada Carrasco Un Año Perdido
Luisa Huertas Principio y Fin
Verónica Langer Novia Que Te Vea
Regina Orozco Dama de Noche
1995
(37th)
Margarita IsabelAward winner Dos Crímenes [40]
Vanessa Bauche Hasta Morir
Leticia Huijara Dos Crimenes
Tiare Scanda El Callejón de los Milagros
Ana Ofelia Murguía El Jardín del Edén
1996
(38th)
Ana Ofelia MurguíaAward winner La Reina de la Noche [41]
Delia Casanova Sobrenatural
Lourdes Elizarrarás Mujeres Insumisas·
Blanca Guerra Salón México
Gina Morett Sin Remitente
Regina Orozco Mujeres Insumisas
Leticia Perdigón Doble Indemnización
1997
(39th)
Julieta EgurrolaAward winner Profundo Carmesí [42]
Angélica Aragón De Muerte Natural
Verónica Merchant Profundo Carmesí
1998
(40th)
Martha NavarroAward winner De Noche Vienes, Esmeralda [43]
Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver
Angelina Peláez Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver
1999
(41st)
Katy JuradoAward winner El Evangelio de las Maravillas [44]
Luisa Huertas Un Embrujo
Mayra Sérbulo Un Embrujo
2000
(42nd)
Isela VegaAward winner La Ley de Herodes [45]
Ángeles Cruz Rito Terminal
Mónica Dionne Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas
2001
(43rd)
Arcelia RamírezAward winner Perfume de Violetas (Nadie Te Oye) [46]
Ana Ofelia Murguía Su Alteza Serenísima
Fabiana PerzabalAward winner Crónica de un Desayuno
2002
(44th)
Vanessa BaucheAward winner De la Calle [47]
Diana Bracho Las Caras de la Luna
Mayra Sérbulo Cuento de Hadas Para Dormir Cocodrilos
2003
(45th)
Angélica AragónAward winner El Crimen del Padre Amaro [48]
Leticia Huijara Ciudades Oscuras
Arcelia Ramírez Francisca... De Qué Lado Estás?
2004
(46th)
Clarisa RendónAward winner Mil Nubes de Paz Cercan el Cielo, Amor, Jamás Acabarás de Ser Amor [49]
Regina Blandón El Misterio del Trinidad
Maite Embil La Tregua
2005
(47th)
Ofelia MedinaAward winner Voces Inocentes [50]
Yuriria del Valle Manos Libres (Nadie te Habla)
Paloma Woolrich Santos Peregrinos
2006
(48th)
Gina MorettAward winner Noticias Lejanas [51][52]
Aída López Mezcal
Mayra Sérbulo Mezcal
2007
(49th)
Isela VegaAward winner Fuera del Cielo [53]
Alejandra GollásAward winner Efectos Secundarios
Martha Higareda Fuera del Cielo
2008
(50th)
María PankratzAward winner Luz Silenciosa [54]
Miriana Moro Drama/Mex
Mayra Sérbulo La Zona
2009
(51st)
Eileen YáñezAward winner Desierto Adentro [55]
Adriana Paz Rudo y Cursi
Daniela Valentine Lake Tahoe
2010
(52nd)
Angelina PeláezAward winner Cinco Días Sin Nora [56]
Sonia Couoh Norteado
Verónica Langer Cinco Días Sin Nora
2011
(53rd)
Ofelia MedinaAward winner Las Buenas Hierbas [57]
Luisa Huertas La Mitad del Mundo
Carolina Politti Hidalgo: La Historia Jamás Contada
María Rojo El Infierno
2012
(54th)
Eileen YáñezAward winner Días de Gracia [58]
Norma Angélica Acorazado
Nailea Norvind La Otra Familia
2013
(55th)
Angelina PeláezAward winner La vida precoz y breve de Sabina Rivas [59]
Mari Carmen Farías El Sueño de Lú
Sharon Herrera El Premio
2014
(56th)
Lisa OwenAward winner Los Insólitos Peces Gato [60]
Sonia Couoh Potosí
Mariana Gajá No Quiero Dormir Sola
Linda González Heli
Rebecca Jones Tercera Llamada
2015
(57th)
Isela VegaAward winner Las Horas Contigo [61][62]
Mercedes Hernández La Tirisia
Margarita Sanz Las Oscuras Primaveras
Cecilia Suárez Las Oscuras Primaveras
Mima Vikovic La Guerra de Manuela Jankovic
2016
(58th)
Adriana PazAward winner Hilda [63]
Vanessa Bauche Elvira, te daría mi vida pero la estoy usando
Cassandra Ciangherotti Tiempos Felices
Alicia Quiñonez Las Elegidas
Isela Vega El Jeremías
2017
(59th)
Adriana Paz La Caridad [64]
Carmen Beato Los Parecidos
Xochiquetzal Rodríguez La Carga
Tiaré Scanda El Cumple de la Abuela
Mariana Treviño La Vida Inmoral de la Pareja Ideal
2018
(60th)
Verónica Toussaint Oso Polar [65]
Simone Bucio La Región Salvaje
Tessa Ia Los Adioses
Joanna Larequi Las Hijas de Abril
Fátima Molina Sueño en Otro Idioma
2019
(61st)
Marina de Tavira Roma [66]
Cassandra Ciangherotti El Club de los Insomnes
Cassandra Ciangherotti Las Niñas Bien
Paulina Gaitán Las Niñas Bien
Teresa Sánchez La Camarista
2020
(62nd)
Mónica del Carmen Asfixia [67]
Dolores Heredia Chicuarotes
Dolores Heredia Sonora
Bárbara Mori El Complot Mongol
Ximena Romo Esto no es Berlín
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