Gabriela Goldsmith

Gabriela Goldsmith (born Ruth Gabriela Goldschmied Guasch on September 11, 1963 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress, former beauty queen, teacher and doctor in innovation and social responsibility and president of two civil society organizations.

Gabriela Goldsmith
Born
Ruth Gabriela Goldschmied Guasch

(1963-09-11) September 11, 1963 (age 57)
OccupationActress, former beuaty queen, doctor, teacher, organization president
Years active1982–present

Goldsmith was born September 11, 1963 in Mexico City, Mexico, into a Jewish family, with German ancestry. Her mother was Cuban descent and her father was Mexican descent.

She began her artistic career by winning a modeling contest in the year of 1982, was able to make her way into the competitive world of entertainment. Within the theatrical stages, Goldsmith, participated in Mujeres frente al espejo, work with which she won the Dramatic Theater Revelation Prize awarded by the Group of Theater Critics and Journalists, in addition to acting in Engáñame si quieres.

While in the field of cinematography the actress has to his credit more than 50 films, among which are La mujer del tahúr (1985), El hijo de Pedro Navaja (1985), Gavilán o paloma (1985), Federal de Narcóticos (1991) and Reclusorio (1997).

In 1996, Gabriela Goldsmith graduated as a dental surgeon from the Autonomous University of Mexico and years later she became a teacher in social responsibility by the Universidad Anáhuac. She is currently a doctor candidate for innovation and social responsibility since she is in the research process.

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

  • (1985) Terror y encajes negros - Neighbor
  • (1985) Narco terror
  • (1985) La mujer del tahúr
  • (1985) Gavilán o paloma*(1986) El hijo de Pedro Navaja - Snadra
  • (1986) Yako, cazador de malditos
  • (1986) Un macho en la cárcel de mujeres
  • (1986) Lavadores de dinero
  • (1987) Policía salvaje
  • (1988) Su destino era matar
  • (1988) Pandilla de cadeneros
  • (1988) Los hermanos machorros
  • (1988) El virus del poder
  • (1988) Ladrón
  • (1988) Taquito de ojo
  • (1988) Muertes anunciadas - Maru
  • (1989) Si mi cama hablará
  • (1989) Las calenturas de Juan Camaney II
  • (1989) El vampiro teporocho - Roxana
  • (1989) Si mi cama hablara
  • (1990) Lo inesperado
  • (1990) Jack el vigilante
  • (1990) Dios se lo pague
  • (1990) La mujer del tahúr
  • (1990) Las travesuras de Super Chido - Luisa Lana
  • (1990) La vengadora implacable - Sofía
  • (1990) Los Pelotones y Juan Camaney
  • (1990) Inesperada venganza
  • (1991) Federal de narcóticos (División Cobra)
  • (1992) Más allá del deseo
  • (1992) Ramiro Sierra
  • (1992) El gato con gatas - Ángela
  • (1993) Al filo de la muerte - López
  • (1994) Una luz en la escalera - Georgina
  • (1995) Sobredosis de violencia
  • (1996) Metiche y encajoso III
  • (1996) Del robo al paraíso
  • (1996) Trebol negro
  • (1996) Lluvia de diamantes - Leonor
  • (1997) No le bailes de caballito - Silvia
  • (1997) Metiche y encajoso IV
  • (1997) La camioneta azul de la mafia
  • (1997) El poder del narco
  • (1997) El ejecutor - Adriana Farres
  • (1997) Capos de almoloya
  • (1997) Ataque contra las pandillas
  • (1997) Reclusorio - Olga
  • (1997) Cacería de judiciales
  • (1999) Fiesta privada
  • (2003) Venganza de un terrorista
  • (2004) Animales en peligro
  • (2005) Matador

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1986 El engaño Rocío Peña Supporting role
1987 Quinceañera Special appearance
1987 El precio de la fama Cecilia Supporting role
1988 Encadenados Iris Supporting role
1988 Papá soltero Joanna Series
1989 Trying Times Series
1989/90 Simplemente María Lorena Del Villar De Rivera Main antagonist
1990 Mi pequeña Soledad Ana Silvia De Arizmendi Antagonist
1991 Alcanzar una estrella II Cristina Carrillo Antagonist
1991 La pícara soñadora Gladys De Rochild Supporting role
1992 María Mercedes María Magnolia González De Mancilla Supporting role
1994 Prisionera de amor Isaura Durán Antagonist
1996 Confidente de secundaria Sonia Recurring role
1997 El alma no tiene color Zafiro Anabelle Fabré Dzul Recurring role
1997 Hotel Paraíso Series
1997/98 Sin ti Prudencia Supporting role
1998 ¿Qué nos pasa? Giovanna Series
1998 Camila Ana María De Iturralde Co-protagonist
1999 Por tu amor Sonia Narváez Supporting role
1999/00 Cuento de navidad Katia Mini-TV series
2000 Siempre te amaré Ariana Vda. De Granados Supporting role
2001 El derecho de nacer Adriana Drigani De Rivera Main antagonist
2001 Güereja de mi vida Miss Alberta Caña Series
2002 Así son ellas Narda Mareca Amaya Protagonist
2004 Amarte es mi Pecado Kathy De Quiroga Recurring role
2004 Big Brother México Herself Reality show
Contestant
2004 Mujer, casos de la vida real Series
2004/05 Misión S.O.S Vivian Johnson De Martínez Main antagonist
2005 Bajo el mismo techo Elisa Series
2006/07 Código Postal Minerva Carvajal Co-protagonist
2007 Destilando Amor Cassandra Santoveña Special appearance
2007 Amor sin maquillaje Elena Main antagonist
2008 Mañana es para siempre Special appearance
2008/16 La rosa de Guadalupe Ninfa / Antonia / Isolda / Juliette Series
2009 Tiempo final Pamela Series
2010 Llena de amor Fedra De Curiel Special appearance
2011 Dos hogares Verónica Larrazábal De Garza Supporting role
2012/13 Amores verdaderos Doris Orol De Pavia Recurring role[1][2][3]
2012/16 Como dice el dicho Elena / Ines Series
2013/14 Quiero Amarte Emma Recurring role
2015 Lo imperdonable Montserrat Vivanco Vda. De De La Corcuera Supporting role[4][5]

Awards & nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
1990 TVyNovelas Awards Best Antagonist Actress Simplemente María Nominated
1993 Best Supporting Actress María Mercedes

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Univision Delivers Newest Blockbuster Novela About True Love and Betrayal – “Amores Verdaderos”
  2. ^ "Elenco se reúne para misa de Amores verdaderos". Televisa.com. 2012-07-23. Retrieved 2012-09-27.
  3. ^ "'Amores Verdaderos' y 'Amor en Custodia' pelearán audiencia". Entretenimiento.terra.com.mx. Retrieved 2012-09-27.
  4. ^ "'Lo imperdonable', historia de venganza y pasión" (in Spanish). informador.com. Retrieved April 17, 2015.
  5. ^ "Unforgivable". televisainternacional.tv. Retrieved 16 November 2015.

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