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Eugenia Cauduro

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Eugenia Cauduro
Born
Eugenia Cauduro Rodriguez

(1968-12-20) December 20, 1968 (age 55)
Occupation(s)Actress, former model & dancer
Years active1997-present
ChildrenLuciana
Patricio
Parent(s)Ernesto Cauduro Gemoets
Silvia Rodríguez Porras
RelativesAdriana Cauduro (Sister)

Eugenia Cauduro (Spanish pronunciation: [ewˈxenjakawˈðuɾo]) (born Eugenia Cauduro Rodríguez on December 20, 1968, in Mexico City, Distrito Federal) is a Mexican actress and former model.

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Career

Ever since she was a small child, Cauduro studied classical ballet and jazz. Cauduro participated in ballet as a child and spent six years with the National Mexican Dance Company (in Spanish, Compañía Nacional de Danza de México) until she was 20 years old.[1]She began modeling at the age of 15 and later studied acting in Televisa's Centro de Educación Artística. In 1988, she was chosen to represent Mexico in a calendar from Japan Air Lines.[citation needed]

In 1990, Cauduro represented Mexico in an international beauty pageant held in Panama and was second place as "La Mejor Modelo Latina" in a group of thirty participants from many countries. From 1992 to 1995, she represented the image of Televisa in a series of appearances that showcased many of Mexico's marvels. While being the image of Televisa, she studied acting with actor/director Sergio Jimenez and the actress Adriana Barrasa. From there, Cauduro continued studying with Patricia Reyes Espindola.[2] After acting in plays,[1] she made her small-screen debut in 1997 with the telenovela Alguna vez tendremos alas, in which she played Magdalena Arredón.

Cauduro studied industrial design in the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).[citation needed]

Since that time, Eugenia has become one of the most recognizable actresses in Mexico. Eugenia's recent work includes a telenovela, Quererlo Todo, which has been awaiting release in 2020.[3]

Personal Life

Eugenia Cauduro is the daughter of Ernesto Cauduro Gemoets and Silvia Rodríguez Porras, and the sister of Adriana Cauduro. Her mother had been a ballerina and her maternal grandfather, Dagoberto Rodriguez, had been a well-known Mexican actor. Eugenia's uncle, Rafael Cauduro [es], is a painter who is recognized internationally.

She has two children, Patricio and Lucina.[1]

Filmography

Year Telenovela Role Notes
1997 Alguna vez tendremos alas Magdalena Arredón Mejía Main cast
1998 Una luz en el camino Luisa Fernanda Supporting role
1999 Nunca te olvidaré Silvia Requena Ortiz Main cast
1999-2000 DKDA: Sueños de juventud Angela Rey de Arias/Kara Giacometti Main role
2000-01 El precio de tu amor Gabriela Galván Main role
2003 Niña Amada Mia Julia Moreno Supporting role
2003-04 Alegrijes y rebujos Mercedes Goyeneche de Dominguez #1 Main cast
2005-06 El Amor no Tiene Precio Araceli Montalbán Main cast
2007-08 Tormenta en el Paraiso Analy Mayú de Lazcano Guest role
2008-09 Un Gancho al Corazon Gabriela "Gabi/Gabiro" Palacios de Ulloa Supporting role
2010-11 Teresa Vanesa Coronel de Alcázar Supporting role
2011 Como dice el dicho Berta 3 episodes
2012 Abismo de pasion Dolores "Lolita" Martínez de Chinrios Main cast
2012-13 Qué Bonito Amor Gloria Reyes Supporting role
2013 Gossip Girl Acapulco Leonora Fuenmayor Recurring role
2014 El color de la pasión Magdalena Murillo Main cast
2016 Un camino hacia el destino Marissa Ruiz de Gomez Supporting role
2017 Papá a toda madre Aurora Silvetti de López-Garza Guest role
2018 Hijas de la luna Teresa Pérez Supporting role
2019-2020 Médicos, línea de vida Patricia Antúnez de Guerrero Recurring role
2020-2021 Quererlo todo Esmeralda Santos Coronel Supporting role
2022 Amor dividido Cielo Sanchez Supporting role
2023 Pienso en ti Loreta Ortiz Supporting role
2024 Vivir de amor[4] Cristina Rivero Cuéllar

References

  1. ^ a b c "Eugenia Cauduro confiesa que subió 66 libras y dejó de tener pareja desde hace 10 años por depresión". UNIVISION (in Spanish). 2019-02-05. Retrieved 2024-04-05.
  2. ^ "Biografia: Un poco de su vida". Eugenia Cauduro Pagina Oficial. Retrieved 5 July 2020.
  3. ^ González, Moisés (5 June 2020). "Quererlo todo, todo sobre la nueva telenovela de Televisa". People EN ESPAÑOL. Retrieved 5 July 2020.
  4. ^ González, Moisés (11 October 2023). "Primeros confirmados para la telenovela Vivir de amor". People en Español (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 November 2023.

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