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Margarita Isabel

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Margarita Isabel
Born
Margarita Isabel Morales y González

(1941-07-25)25 July 1941
Died9 April 2017(2017-04-09) (aged 75)
OccupationActress
Years active1970-2010
Spouse(s)Mario Iván Martínez (his death)
ChildrenMario Iván Martínez (b. 1962)
RelativesGonzalo Martínez Ortega (brother-in-law) (deceased)
Socorro Bonilla (sister-in-law)
Alma Delfina (sister-in-law)
Evangelina Martínez (sister-in-law)
AwardsAriel Award for Best Actress in a Minor Role:
1992 Like Water for Chocolate:
1996 Mujeres insumisas
Best Supporting Actress:
1995 Dos crímenes

Margarita Isabel (born Margarita Isabel Morales y González; 25 July 1941 – 9 April 2017) was a Mexican Ariel Award-winning film and television actress.[1][2]

She died on 9 April 2017, aged 75, from emphysema.[3]

Filmography

Telenovelas, Series, Films, Theater
Year Title Role Notes
1970 El juego de Zuzanka Selam (voice) Film
1973 Los meses y los días Cecilia's mother Film
1975 La otra virginidad Film
1978 Oye Salomé! Film
Naufragio neighbor Film
1979 Amor Libre Woman at Disco Film
María de mi corazón Film
1980-81 Caminemos Dra. Monroy Supporting Role
1983 Las apariencias engañan Film
1986 Chido Guan, el tacos de oro Carolina Film
1986-87 Cuna de lobos Elena de Cifuentes Supporting Role
1987 Lo que importa es vivir widow Film
1987-88 El pecado de Oyuki Mary Supporting Role
1988-90 La Hora Marcada mpther Episode: "Regalo de navidad"
1989 Teresa Marcela Supporting Role
1990 Alcanzar una estrella Rita del Castillo Supporting Role
1991 Danzón Silvia Film
Contigo en la distancia Lina Film
1992 Baila conmigo Catalina Supporting Role
Triángulo Special Appearance
Like Water for Chocolate Paquita Lobo Film
Los años de Greta Nora's friend Film
Más que alcanzar una estrella Rosita's mother Film
Tres son peor que una Film
Golpe de suerte Film
1993 Abuelita de Bakman Film
Cronos Mercedes Film
La ultima batalla Director of School Film
1993-94 Valentina Martha Villalón Supporting Role
1994 Perfume, efecto inmediato Film
1994-95 Volver a Empezar Aurora Supporting Role
1995 Me tengo que casar/Papá soltero Film
Dos crímenes Amalia Film
Mujeres insumisas Rosa Film
1995-97 Mujer, casos de la vida real 3 Episodes
1996 Confidente de secundaria Soledad Supporting Role
1996-97 Luz Clarita Verónica Supporting Role
1997 Alguna vez tendremos alas Verónica del Olmo Supporting Role
Reencuentros Lidia Film
1999 Marea brava Lupe Supporting Role
2000-01 Golpe bajo Eugenia Bernal Co-Protagonist
2003 Lucía, Lucía Lucía's mother Film
Dame tu cuerpo Dafne Film
2004 Amarte es mi Pecado Alejandra Madrigal de Horta Antagonist
La mujer de todos Theatrical Performance
2005 La Madrastra Carmela San Román Supporting Role
2006-07 Mundo de Fieras Otilia Álvarez de Velásquez Antagonist
2007-08 Palabra de Mujer Consuelo vda. de Ibarra Supporting Role
2009 Mujeres Asesinas 2 Carmen Episode: "Tita Garza, estafadora"

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1984 Ariel Award Best Supporting Actress Las Apariencias engañan Nominated
1987 Best Actress in a Minor Role Chido Guan, El Tacos de Oro
1992 Best Actress in a Minor Role Como agua para chocolate Won
1995 Best Supporting Actress Dos Crímenes
1996 Best Actress in a Minor Role Mujeres Insumisas
1998 TVyNovelas Awards Best Co-star Actress Alguna vez tendremos alas Nominated
2006 La Madrastra

References

  1. ^ Sorensen, Diana (2007). A turbulent decade remembered: scenes from the Latin American sixties. Stanford University Press. p. 74. ISBN 978-0-8047-5662-4. Retrieved 26 June 2011.
  2. ^ Mustazza, Leonard (May 2006). The Literary Filmography: Preface, A-L. McFarland. p. 310. ISBN 978-0-7864-2503-7. Retrieved 26 June 2011.
  3. ^ "Muere la actriz Margarita Isabel" (in Spanish). El Universal. 10 April 2017. Retrieved 10 April 2017.

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