Jacqueline Obradors

Jacqueline Danell Obradors (born October 6, 1966) is an American actress. She has appeared in films such as Six Days, Seven Nights (1998), Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999), Tortilla Soup (2001), A Man Apart (2003) and Unstoppable (2004).[1] She is also the voice of Audrey Rocio Ramirez in Atlantis: The Lost Empire. On television, Obradors is known for her role as Det. Rita Ortiz in the ABC crime drama series NYPD Blue (2001–2005).

Jacqueline Obradors
Jacqueline Danell Obradors

(1966-10-06) October 6, 1966 (age 56)
Years active1990–present

Early lifeEdit

Obradors was born in the San Fernando Valley, the daughter of Argentine immigrants Angie, a church worker, and Albert Obradors, an office cleaning business owner. Before becoming an actress, Jacqueline was a cashier at Hughes Market in Canoga Park, California.[2]


Obradors is best known for playing supporting roles in Six Days, Seven Nights (as Angelica) and A Man Apart, and for her role as Detective Rita Ortiz on the ABC crime drama NYPD Blue (2001–2005). In 2001, Obradors voiced Audrey in Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire and its sequel, Atlantis: Milo's Return. In 2003's A Man Apart, she played Stacy Vetter, the murdered wife of Vin Diesel's character DEA Agent Sean Vetter. She appeared on Freddie as Sofia, Freddie's sister, during the 2005–2006 television season. She appeared in one episode of George Lopez as Angie's sister, Gloria. In 2010, she played the recurring role of Paloma Reynosa on NCIS. In 2015, Obradors appeared in an episode of Castle as villainess Allison Hyde. She joined the cast of the Amazon Studios series, Bosch during the fifth season, in the recurring role of Detective Christina Vega.[3]

Partial filmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Soldier Boyz Vasquez
1998 Six Days, Seven Nights Angelica Nominated - Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Supporting Actress - Comedy/Romance
1999 Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo Elaine Fowler
2001 Tortilla Soup Carmen Naranjo Nominated - ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
Atlantis: The Lost Empire Audrey Rocio Ramirez (voice)
2003 A Man Apart Stacy Vetter
Atlantis: Milo's Return Audrey Rocio Ramirez / Nurse (voices)
2004 Unstoppable Detective Amy Knight
2009 Crossing Over Special Agent Phadkar
2014 Bad Asses Rosaria Parkes
2020 Palm Springs Pia Wilder
2022 Catwoman: Hunted La Dama (voice) Direct-to-video


Year Title Role Notes
1990–1993 Parker Lewis
1995 Live Shot Sonya Lopez (uncredited)
1995 Diagnosis Murder Anita Episode: "My Baby Is Out of This World"
1995 Problem Child 3: Junior in Love Conchita Television film
1996 Murder She Wrote Patricia Decalde Episode: "Death Goes Double Platinum"
1996 The John Larroquette Show Myra Episode: "The Train Wreck"
1996 Sliders Carol Episode: "Season's Greedings"
1996–1997 The Burning Zone Marion (uncredited)
1997 Silk Stalkings Maria Martine Episode: "Silent Witness"
1992–1997 Renegade Teresa Romero Episode: "Sawed-off Shotgun Wedding"
1998 L.A. Doctors Autumn
1999–2000 Jesse Irma
2000 Battery Park Elena Ramirez
2000–2006 Strong Medicine Dolores Rivera (uncredited)
2001 Kate Brasher Mary Elizabeth Rodriguez
2001 Some of My Best Friends Michelle
2001–2005 NYPD Blue Detective Rita Ortiz 80 episodes
Nominated—ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Television Series
2003 George Lopez Gloria Episode: "A Kiss Is Just a Kiss"
2005–2006 Freddie Sofia Series regular
2009 Cold Case Dr. Julie Ramirez (uncredited) Episode: "Mind Games"
2010 NCIS Paloma Reynosa Episodes: "Borderland", "Rule Fifty-One", "Spider and the Fly"
2011 The Glades Marisol Sanchez Episode: "Dirty Little Secrets"
2012 Young Justice: Invasion Alanna Episode: "Earthlings"
2014 Grimm Ava Diaz Episode: "Cry Luison"
2015 Castle Allison Hyde Episode: "XX"
2016 Lopez Alita 4 episodes
2018 Mayans M.C. Marisol Reyes Episode: Pilot
2019-2021 Bosch Detective Christina Vega


Year Title Role
2015 Rain of the Ghosts Marina Cortez


  1. ^ "Jacqueline Obradors - Biography and Filmography - 1966". Hollywood.com. 3 February 2015. Retrieved 8 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Jacqueline Obradors profile at". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2010-04-29.
  3. ^ Petski, Denise (2018-08-30). "'Bosch': Jacqueline Obradors To Recur In Season 5 Of Amazon Drama Series". Deadline. Retrieved 2021-01-21.

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