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Julieta Rosen
Rosen in 2015
Born
Julieta Rosen

(1962-11-08) 8 November 1962 (age 61)[1]
OccupationActress
Years active1983–present

Julieta Rosen ((Spanish pronunciation: [xuˈljetaˈrosen]); born 8 November 1962 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress. Her father is Mexican and her mother is Swedish.[2]

Biography

She started her career at the age of 16 with the play Fulgor y Muerte de Joaquín Murrieta, at the University Theater "Carpa Geodésica", then started in her first professional role at the famous Teatro de la Ciudad with Don Juan Tenorio.

Her first telenovela was as "Julieta" in Un Solo Corazón with Daniel Martin. Many other telenovelas followed, like Encadenados with Christian Bach, Madres Egoístas with Orlando Carrio, and Infierno en el Paraíso with Juan Ferrara. She also played important roles in the historical television series Senda de Gloria and La Antorcha Encendida.

She was a series regular on the Columbia Tri-Star sitcom Viva Vegas starring Daniel Celario, Mario Celario, Ludo Vika, Mike Robelo, and Jossara Jinaro. In 2006 Rosen appeared in the telenovela Mi Vida Eres Tu, produced by Venevision. Since 2008, she co-stars as (Bree Van de Kamp) in the US Spanish language adaptation of Desperate Housewives.

In film, Rosen played the role of Esperanza de la Vega, wife of Diego de la Vega/Zorro in the 1998 movie The Mask of Zorro.

She is a former student of the Centro Universitario Anglo Mexicano.[citation needed]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1984 La traición Julia Supporting Role
1987 Senda de gloria Andrea Álvarez Protagonist
1988-89 Encadenados Blanca Lazcano Main Antagonist
1989 Acorralado Aurora Film
1991 Madres egoístas Raquel Rivas Cantú Protagonist
1991 Mi querido viejo María Luisa Film
1993 Colmillos, el hombre lobo Tara Film
1996 La antorcha encendida Manuela de Soto Main Antagonist
1996 Confidente de secundaria Cristina Protagonist
1997 Perfect Target Isabela Santiago Casillas wife of President Casillas
1998 The Mask of Zorro Esperanza De La Vega Film
1999 Infierno en el paraíso Fernanda Prego de Valdivia Antagonist
2005–06 El amor no tiene precio Coralia de Herrera Supporting Role
2006 Mi vida eres tú Ángela Borgia Main Antagonist
2007 Bajo las riendas del amor Eloísa Corcuera Antagonist
2009 Vuélveme a querer Valeria Special Appearance
2010 Pecadora Ámbar Special Appearance
2010-11 Cuando me enamoro Regina Soberón de Monterrubio Adult Protagonist
2012 El Talismán Elvira Nájera Supporting Role
2015 Amor de barrio Blanca Estela Bernal Adult Protagonist

References

  1. ^ Julieta Rosen en Amas de Casa Desesperadas, Las Noticias México
  2. ^ From her biography (Acerca de mí) in the Spanish language version Archived 10 November 2013 at the Wayback Machine of her official website Archived 7 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine

External links

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