Adriana Ozores

Adriana Ozores Muñoz (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈðɾjana oˈθoɾes]; born 21 May 1959 in Madrid) is a Spanish actress.

Adriana Ozores
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Adriana Ozores at Málaga Spanish Film Festival, 2009.
Born
Adriana Ozores Muñoz

(1959-05-21) 21 May 1959 (age 62)
OccupationActress
AwardsGoya Award for Best Supporting Actress
1999 La hora de los valientes
Cinema Writers Circle Awards for Best Actress
2005 Hector
Montreal World Film Festival Award for Best Actress
2005 Heroina
Malaga Spanish film festival Award for Best Actress
2005 Hector
Ondas Award for Best Actress
2000 Pleniulunio
Peñíscola Comedy Film Festival for Best Actress
1999 La Primera Noche de Vida
2000 Ataque Verbal
Spanish Actors Union Award
2005 Hector
2006 El Metodo
Seminici Award for Best Actress
2002 La Vida de Nadie
Zapping Awards for Best Actress
2008 Los Hombres de Paco
2012 Iris Award Best Actress "Gran Hotel"

BiographyEdit

Adriana Ozores is the daughter of the actor José Luis and Concepción Muñoz. Her father died when she was 9 years old. She is the niece of the actor Antonio Ozores and the director Mariano Ozores and cousin of the actress Emma Ozores.

She won the Goya Award for her role in La hora de los valientes directed by Antonio Mercero.[1]

She has a son, Adrián Climent Ozores, by ex-husband Joaquín Climent.

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Film Director
1979 Los energéticos Mariano Ozores
1980 El liguero mágico Mariano Ozores
1980 El canto de la cigarra José María Forqué
1981 Queremos un hijo tuyo Mariano Ozores
1981 Los chulos Mariano Ozores
1981 Brujas mágicas Mariano Ozores
1982 Es peligroso casarse a los 60 Mariano Ozores
1986 Cristóbal Colón, de oficio... descubridor Mariano Ozores
1996 ¿De qué se ríen las mujeres? Joaquín Oristrell
1998 La hora de los valientes Antonio Mercero
1999 Cuando vuelvas a mi lado Gracia Querejeta
2000 Plenilunio Imanol Uribe
2000 Pidele Cuentas al Rey José Antonio Quiros
2001 El palo Eva Lesmees
2002 La vida de nadie Eduard Cortés
2002 En la ciudad sin límites Antonio Hernández
2003 La suerte dormida Ángeles González Sinde
2004 Héctor Gracia Querejeta
2005 Heroína Gerardo Herrero
2005 El método Marcelo Piñeyro

TheatreEdit

TelevisionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Galán, Diego (10 May 2003). "Tierna ficción histórica". El País (in Spanish). Prisa. Retrieved 30 November 2019.
  2. ^ Mantilla, Daniel (15 February 2021). "'Alba', la versión española de la serie turca 'Fatmagül', llegará a Atresplayer Premium en marzo". El Español.

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