Aylín Mújica

Aylín Mújica Ricard more commonly known as Aylín Mújica (Spanish pronunciation: [ajˈlin ˈmuxika] born November 24, 1974) is a Cuban actress, model, and ballet dancer who lives in Miami, Florida, United States.[1]

Aylin Mujica
Aylin Mujica 2007.jpg
Born
Aylín Mujica

(1974-11-24) November 24, 1974 (age 47)
Havana, Cuba
OccupationActress, Model, Dancer
Years active1996 –present
Spouse
  • Osamu Menéndez (divorced)
    Alejandro Gavira (divorced)
    Gabriel Valenzuela (2010–2012)
Children3

CareerEdit

Aylín began at the age of 8 years old. She studied folk dance, classical ballet, choreography, and music at la Escuela Nacional de Ballet. At 18 years old she began studying at el Instituto Superior de Artes where she studied dramatic art and at 18 years old she studied at la Escuela Internacional de Cine in Havana, Cuba.

In 1992 she traveled to Mexico to start her career. She started to work as a model in commercials for television and videoclips for artists such as Marcelo Cezán, Willy Chirino, Albita Rodríguez, and others.

The actress posed nude in the Spanish magazine Interviú and appeared in a photoshoot in the magazine H para Hombres. In 2010 nude photos came out of her in which she was already pregnant with her daughter Violeta.

In 2006, the actress began working for Telemundo. She was offered the role of the villain in Pecados ajenos, but declined and was replaced by Catherine Siachoque. She worked in the Telemundo soap opera "Aurora" in 2010.

In 2012 she played the main antagonist in Telemundo's Corazón valiente, interpreting Fernanda del Castillo or Victoria when she faked her death.

In 2014 she played the antagonist to Gabriel Porras in the soap opera Los miserables, whose main characters were Aracely Arambula y Erik Hayser.

Personal lifeEdit

On September 24, 2010, Mújica married actor Gabriel Valenzuela with whom she has a daughter, Violeta, born on April 6, 2010. During the summer of 2012 Aylin and Gabriel announced their divorce.[2]

FilmographyEdit

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1994 El jinete de acero Gloria
1995 El castrado Doctora
1995 Los cómplices del infierno
2006 Mi amor secreto
2007 A propósito de Alexa Elisa
2015 Desde dentro Carmen Altamirano
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1995 La dueña Fabiola Hernández Bustamante Recurring Role
1996 Canción de amor Estrella González Recurring Role
1998 Señora Isabel Fernández / Isabel Valencia Santacruz Series regular
1999 Yacaranday Yacaranday / Mónica Robles Main role
1999–2000 Háblame de amor Lucía Velázquez Recurring Role
2002 Agua y aceite Déborah Ríos Series regular
2004–2005 La heredera Lorena Beatriz Madero Grimaldi Co-Protagonist
2006–2007 Marina Laura Saldívar Castaño / Verónica Saldívar Castaño Series regular
2008–2009 Sin senos no hay paraíso Lorena Magallanes Special Participation
2009–2010 Niños ricos, pobres padres Verónica Ríos de la Torre Series regular
2010–2011 Aurora Vanessa Miller Quintana Series regular
2012–2013 Corazón valiente Fernanda del Castillo / Victoria Villafañe Series regular
2014–2015 Los miserables Liliana Durán Monteagudo "La Diabla" Series regular
2018 La bella y las bestias María Estela González "La Madame"[3] Series regular
2020 Como tú no hay 2 Oriana Jasso Murillo Series regular
2022 Amores que engañan Diana Episode: "Derecho a ser feliz"
2023 Juego de mentiras

AwardsEdit

ACE AwardsEdit

Year Category Movie Result
1996 Latin Revelation of the Year La dueña Won[4]

Golden Sun AwardsEdit

Year Category Movie Result
1996 Revelation Youth Actress La dueña Won[4]

New York Latin ACE Awards 1999Edit

Category Telenovela Result
Major Actress Señora Won

Your World AwardsEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2012 The Best Bad Girl Aurora Nominated
Corazón valiente Won
2015 Los miserables Nominated

Premios People en EspañolEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2012 Major Villain Corazón valiente Nominated[5]

Miami Life AwardsEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2013 Best Female Telenovela Villain Corazón valiente Nominated[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Aylín Mújica". IMDb.
  2. ^ "[ Boda Aylin Mujica y Gabriel Valenzuela ] Aylin Mujica and Gabriell Valenzuela Wedding - Aylin Mujica - Zimbio". Archived from the original on 2012-03-19. Retrieved 2011-04-29.
  3. ^ Pacheco, Cone. "Actriz de Televisa vuelve a San Ángel tras su paso por TV Azteca". moreloshabla.com (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 18 June 2018. Retrieved 18 June 2018.
  4. ^ a b Premios para Aylín Mujica por "La dueña"
  5. ^ "Premios People en Español 2012: Los ganadores: MEJOR VILLANA: LETICIA…". Archived from the original on 11 April 2013.
  6. ^ Y NOMINADOS A LOS MIAMI LIFE AWARDS 2013

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