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Florinda Meza
Meza in May 2019
Born
Florinda Meza García

(1949-02-08) 8 February 1949 (age 75)
NationalityMexican
Occupations
  • Actress
  • television producer
  • screenwriter
Years active1969–present
Notable workDoña Florinda in El Chavo del Ocho
Spouse
(m. 2004; died 2014)

Florinda Meza García (born 8 February 1949) is a Mexican actress, comedian, television producer, and screenwriter.[1] She is best known as Doña Florinda and Popis in El Chavo del Ocho, La Chimoltrufia in Chespirito, and other various roles in El Chapulín Colorado.

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Early life and career

Meza was born in Juchipila, Zacatecas, the daughter of Emilia García and Hector Meza.[2] She was cast by Roberto Gómez Bolaños to play "Doña Florinda" (and later "La Popis") in the Televisa sitcom El Chavo del Ocho, which would become a major international hit. The show would last from February 26, 1973 to January 7, 1980 (although the sketch would continue until 1992), during which she and Gómez Bolaños began a lifelong romance that never produced any children. During her tenure on the Chespirito television series, she was also known to have played Édgar Vivar's character "Botija"'s wife "María Expropiación Petronila Lascuráin y Torquemada", famously known as "La Chimoltrufia" in the sketch "Los Caquitos" (along side Gómez Bolaños who played the role of Chómpiras). Meza would also participate prominent roles in Chespirito's other main sitcom, El Chapulín Colorado.

After production of Chespirito ended in 1995, she and Gómez Bolaños began touring extensively. The couple would eventually get married in a civil ceremony on 19 November 2004 after a 27-year relationship.

Meza would also participate in several movies, as well as produced telenovelas including La Dueña, Alguna Vez Tendremos Alas, and Milagro y Magia, in which she also acted.

Filmography

As actress

Films
Year Title Role Notes
1979 El chanfle Tere Debut film
1982 El chanfle II Tere
1983 Don ratón y don ratero Aftadolfa
1984 Charrito Hija del Sheriff
1988 Música de viento Valentina
2019 Dulce familia Verónica
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1970 Chespirito Doña Florinda Lead role
1972–1980 El Chavo del Ocho Doña Florinda / La Popis Lead role
1973–1979 El Chapulín Colorado Novia / Esposa / La Popis
1973 La tierra
1974 Mundo de juguete
1979 La chicharra Cándida Episode: "Llegó el play boy Narciso Fajardo"
1980–1995 Chespirito Doña Florinda / Cándida / Enfermera Lead role
1991 Milagro y magia Elisa Lead role

As a producer

Year Title Notes
1985 María de nadie
1995 La dueña Executive producer
1997 Alguna vez tendremos alas Executive producer

References

  1. ^ (in Spanish) Esmas - Biografia de Florinda Meza Archived 2010-10-14 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Florinda Meza-garcia United States Border Crossings from Mexico to United States". FamilySearch. Retrieved 19 October 2014.

External links

This page was last edited on 6 June 2024, at 21:23
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