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María Sorté
Maria Sorte.jpg
Born
María Harfuch Hidalgo

(1955-05-11) May 11, 1955 (age 66)
OccupationActress, singer
Years active1974-present
Spouse(s)Javier García Paniagua (1978-1998) (his death)
ChildrenOmar & Adrian García Harfuch
Parent(s)José Harfuch Stefano
Celia Hidalgo
RelativesSix grandchildren

María Sorté (born María Harfuch Hidalgo[1] on May 11, 1955[1] in Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico)[1] is a Mexican actress and singer.

Biography

Sorté was born May 11, 1955 in Camargo, Chihuahua, Mexico. Her parents were José Harfuch Stefano and Celia Hidalgo.[1] She came to Mexico City to study medicine.[1] With her husband, Javier García Paniagua (a politician), she has two sons – Omar and Adrian. Javier died of a heart attack. Omar García Harfuch is the Chief of Police in Mexico City. She has six grandchildren.

Filmography

Film

List of appearances and roles in feature films
Year Title Role Notes
1976 Zona Roja
1978 Los triunfadores
1978 No tiene la culpa el Indio Viuda
1979 Mexicano hasta las cachas Mauro's Wife
1979 El fuego de mi ahijada
1981 El testamento Martha
1982 El barrendero Chipinita
1983 Con el cuerpo prestado Carlota Beltrán
1985 El embustero
1985 El hombre de la mandolina
1986 Como si fuéramos novios Mamá
1986 El hijo del viento Ana Luisa
1990 La jaula de la muerte
1993 Un ángel para los diablillos Aurora; Isabel Martinez
1996 En las manos de Dios Writer/producer
2000 Religión, la fuerza de la costumbre
2000 Milenio, el principio del fin
2000 Drogadicto
2005 La hacienda del terror
2006 Bienvenido Paisano Cenobia[2]
2011 La estampa del escorpión 2 Doña María
2013 Siete años de matrimonio Edna

Television

List of appearances in television series and specials
Year Title Role Notes
1974 Mundo de juguete Television debut
1979 Amor prohibido
1980 Colorina Mirna
1982 Por amor Belén
1983 El maleficio Patricia
1985 Abandonada María
1989 Mi segunda madre Daniela Lorente
1991-04 Mujer, casos de la vida real Various roles
  • "No quiero que sufran" (Season 7, Episode 2)
  • "El regalo" (Season 13, Episode 5)
  • "Nunca es tarde para el perdón" (Season 13, Episode 37)
  • "El dolor de la belleza" (Season 18, Episode 59)
  • "Días grises" (Season 21, Episode 2)
1992 De frente al sol Alicia Sandoval
1993–94 Más allá del puente Alicia Sandoval
1995 Lazos de amor Herself
1997 El secreto de Alejandra María / Alejandra
1998–99 El privilegio de amar Vivian del Ángel
1999 Cuento de Navidad María TV mini-series
2000 DKDA: Sueños de juventud Rita Martínez 6 episodes
2000 Mi destino eres tú Amparo Calderón de Rodríguez
2001 Mujer bonita Sol
2001 Sin pecado concebido Amparo Ibáñez
2002 Entre el amor y el odio María Magdalena Moreno
2003 Amor real Rosaura
2004 Mujer de madera Celia de Gómez
2005 Don Francisco Presenta Herself Archive footage
2006 La verdad oculta Yolanda Rey 20 episodes
2006 Amar sin límites Clemencia Huerta de Morán
2008 Fuego en la sangre Eva Rodríguez
2009 Mujeres asesinas María González "María, pescadera" (Season 2, Episode 11)
2009–10 Mar de amor Aurora de Ruiz 9 episodes
2012 Amor bravío Amanda 135 episodes
2013 La Tempestad Beatriz de Reverte
2015 Que te perdone Dios Helena Fuentes 93 episodes
2016 Corazón que miente Carmen Oceguera
2019- 20 Soltero con hijas Úrsula
2021 Diseñando tu amor Consuelo

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "María Sorté cumple 60 años inmersa en "Que te perdone Dios... yo no"" (Spanish), Radio Formula, May 10, 2015.
  2. ^ "Filmmakers begin taking in Brownsville - Brownsville Herald: Community". Wayback Machine/The Brownsville Herald. 2005-04-05. Archived from the original on 2020-01-20. Retrieved 2020-11-09.


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