Ana Bertha Espín

Ana Bertha Espín (born Ana Bertha Espín Ocampo, October 13, 1958) is a Mexican actress.

Ana Bertha Espín
Born
Ana Bertha Espín Ocampo

(1958-10-13) October 13, 1958 (age 63)
Tehuixtla, Morelos, Mexico
OccupationActress
Years active1981-present
Spouse(s)Jaime Lozano Sr. (?-1992)
ChildrenJaime Lozano Jr. (b. 1978)
Parent(s)Arturo Espín
Altagracia Ocampo de Espín

FilmographyEdit

Films, Telenovelas, Series
Year Title Role Notes
1981 Soledad Pilar Supporting Role
1982 Leona Vicario Adela Camacho Supporting Role
1986-87 Cuna de lobos Mayra Supporting Role
1987 Pobre señorita Limantour Supporting Role
1987-88 Quinceañera Estela Antagonist
1989 Mi segunda madre Amelia Supporting Role
1993 Clarisa Special Appearance
1993-94 Más allá del puente Rosaura Reséndiz Supporting Role
1994 Ya la hicimos Film
Una buena forma de morir Film
1995 Embrujo de rock Film
1995-96 Morelia Magdalena Ríos vda. de Solórzano Supporting Role
1996 Canción de amor Juana Supporting Role
1997 Pueblo chico, infierno grande Rutila Cumbios Supporting Role
Leonela, muriendo de amor Estela Mirabal de Ferrari Supporting Role
Por si no te vuelvo a ver Nominated – Ariel Award for Best Actress in a Minor Role Film
Rastros Film
1998 Embrujo de rock TV Movie
Luces de la noche Film
1999 Santitos Soledad Film
1999-00 María Emilia, querida Yolanda González de Aguirre Supporting Role
Tres mujeres Lucía Sánchez Supporting Role
2000 Su alteza serenísima Film
2001 Sin pecado concebido Flor Gutiérrez de Martorel Supporting Role
2003 Amor Real[1][2] Prudencia Curiel vda. de Alonso Supporting Role
2004 Rubí[3] Elisa de Duarte/de de La Fuente Supporting Role
2005–present Vecinos Lorena Ruiz Main cast
2006-07 Código Postal Jessica Mendoza de González de la Vega Antagonist
2007 Recuérdame Alicia Darien Vda. de Irazaga Supporting Role
2008 Las Tontas No Van al Cielo Gregoria "Goya" Alcalde vda. de Morales Co-Protagonist
2009 Locas de amor Olga TV Series
2009-10 Camaleones[4][5] Guadalupe "Lupita" Ramírez vda. de Morán Supporting Role
2010 Soy tu dueña Enriqueta Bermúdez de Macotela Supporting Role
Mujeres Asesinas 3 Thelma Azuara Martinez Episode: "Thelma, impaciente"[6]
2011-12 La que no podía amar[7][8] Rosaura Flores Nava Antagonist
2013-14 Lo que la vida me robó[9][10] Rosario Domínguez Co-Protagonist
2015 Que te perdone Dios Constanza del Angel vda. de Flores Supporting Role
2016 Tres veces Ana Remedios García Supporting Role
2019 La usurpadora Arcadia Rivas de Miranda Antagonist
2021 Te acuerdas de mí Delia Supporting Role
Mi fortuna es amarte Teresa

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
2004 TVyNovelas Awards Best Co-star Actress Amor Real Won
2007 Best Comedic Performance Vecinos Nominated
2009 Best First Actress Las Tontas No Van al Cielo
2012 La que no podía amar
Premios People en Español Best Villain La que no podía amar

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ""Amor real", la nueva serie romántica de La 1 para la sobremesa estival" (in Spanish). invertia.com. 2012-07-18. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2014-09-14.
  2. ^ "Univision Debuts 'Amor Real' - an Unforgettable Love Story of Epic Proportions; Sweeping Tale Set in Turbulent 19th Century Mexico". Business Wire. October 19, 2004. Retrieved 2013-02-02.
  3. ^ Belleza y ambición, ingredientes de 'Rubí'
  4. ^ "Camaleones - Listado completo capítulos". TVolucion.com. Retrieved January 28, 2010.
  5. ^ Lista de episodios para "Camaleones" IMDb
  6. ^ Ana Bertha Espín es Thelma impaciente en Mujeres Asesinas 3 Retrieved: 2010-06-14. (in Spanish)
  7. ^ "Televisa's La que no podia amar". Archived from the original on 2019-12-13. Retrieved 2014-09-22.
  8. ^ Univision Television Network. "Univision Presents a Tale of Unrequited Love, Betrayal and Triumph with the Premiere of "La Que No Podía Amar'". corporate.univision.com. Retrieved August 12, 2014.[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ "Lo que la vida me robó". Archived from the original on 2014-01-07. Retrieved 2014-09-22.
  10. ^ Prepara Nesma "Bodas de Odio" adaptada a la época actual. Con Maxine Woodside Archived 2014-10-06 at the Wayback Machine

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