Kelchie Arizmendi

Kelchie Arizmendi (born Kelchie Arizmendi Castellanos on March 6, 1977 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress. In 1998 debut as Panchita in the telenovela Vivo por Elena.[1]

Kelchie Arizmendi
Born
Kelchie Arizmendi Castellanos

(1977-03-06) March 6, 1977 (age 44)
OccupationActress
Years active1998–present
RelativesRoxana Castellanos (cousin)

BiographyEdit

Arizmendi was born on March 6, 1977 in Mexico City, Mexico. At 18 years old, begin her career as an actress and entering CEA (Centro de Educación Artística de Televisa),[2] where on the basis of effort manages to graduate with successful actors and actresses with Claudia Troyo, Adriana Nieto, Susana González, Arleth Terán and Miguel Ángel Biago. His television debut was at age 21 in a production of Juan Osorio as part of the youth cast in the telenovela Vivo por Elena.

FilmographyEdit

Telenovelas, Television
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Vivo por Elena Panchita "La Risitas" Supporting role
1998/99 ¿Qué nos pasa? Herself TV show
1999 Alma rebelde Graciela Antagonist
2000 Carita de ángel Lorena "Lore" Supporting role
2001 Amigas y rivales Gisela Supporting role
Salomé Natalia Special appearance
2001/07 Mujer, casos de la vida real Herself Various episodes
2002 Así son ellas Violeta Carmona (young) Special appearance[3]
Clase 406 Antonia "Toña" Recurring role
2003 De pocas, pocas pulgas Cristina Supporting role[4]
Velo de novia Patricia "Patty" Supporting role[5][6]
2005 Vida tv Herself TV show
Los perplejos Herself TV show
Contra viento y marea Fuensanta Recurring role[7]
2006 La fea más bella Azáfata Special appearance
2007 Yo amo a Juan Querendón Nurse Recurring role
Destilando Amor Eduvina Recurring role
Tormenta en el paraíso Brisa Recurring role
2008 Juro Que Te Amo Irma Supporting role
2008–present La rosa de Guadalupe Various characters 24 Episodes
"Volver a verte" (2008)
"Reina de Belleza" (2009)
"La Menos culpable" (2011)
"La Amistad no tiene nombre" (2011)
"Una Salida falsa del dolor" (2012)
"Niña Problema" (2013)
"El Amor nunca tiene la Culpa" (2014)
"Un viento en la ventana" (2014)
"La Ambición" (2015)
"Un Lugar en el Mundo" (2015)
"El Principio de la Felicidad" (2016)
"Un Doble Perdón" (2017)
"Cuéntame un cuento" (2017)
"La Luz de una Estrella" (2018)
"Lavar la Culpa" (2018)
"Hasta Sacarle Brillo" (2018)
"Después de la Oscuridad" (2018)
"Crecer de Golpe" (2019)
"Muñequita de Porcelana" (2019)
"Sanar el Corazón" (2019)
"El Hombrecito de la Casa" (2020)
"Lecciones del Corazón" (2020)
"Un Camino Lleno de Espinas" (2021)
"Torre de Cristal" (2021)
2010 Llena de amor Marilda Recurring role
2011 Ni contigo ni sin ti Tania Special appearance
2012 Un refugio para el amor Norma Special appearance
Se vale Herself TV show
2012/13 Amores verdaderos Anfitriona Special appearance
Porque el amor manda Dr. Elbia Muñiz Special appearance
2013–present Como dice el dicho Various characters 6 Episodes
"Quien Hace un Mal, el Suyo Le Viene Atrás" (2013)
"Quien no conoce a Dios, donde quiere se anda hincando" (2015)
"Celos y Envidia, Quitan al hombre la Vida" (2015)
"Más vale Poco y Bueno, que mucho y Malo" (2016)
"No quieras correr, antes de saber caminar" (2016)
"Poquitos serán los que yerrán queriendo errar" (2017)
2013 Noches con Platanito Herself TV show
2013/14 Quiero amarte Nuria Recurring role
2014 Esto es Guerra Herself TV show
Amordidas Herself TV show
Grandes temas de telenovela Herself TV show
2014/15 Mi corazón es tuyo Dr. Sofía Eguiarte Bosch Special appearance
Hasta el fin del mundo Analía Recurring role
2016 Sueño de amor Felicia Supporting role

TheatreEdit

  • Panal Gastronómico (2006/07)
  • Stand bY Comedy (2013/14)
  • Se busca el hombre de mi vida, porque marido ya tuve (2013/16)
  • Amoratados (2015)
  • Suicidame mi Amor (2017)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Biografia de Kelchie Arizmendi in durangomas.mx
  2. ^ Kelchie Arizmendi at esmas.com
  3. ^ "Así son ellas" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 13, 2003. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  4. ^ "Pocas pulgas, mucha diversión" (in Spanish). El Siglo de Torreón. January 5, 2003. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
  5. ^ "20 Refritos De Telenovelas Que No Debieron Existir" (in Spanish). latintimes.com. December 10, 2014. Retrieved May 24, 2016.
  6. ^ "Velo de novia Telenisa 2003" (in Spanish). todotnv.com. September 3, 2009. Retrieved May 24, 2016.
  7. ^ "Conoce la historia..." archive.org. Archived from the original on May 22, 2013. Retrieved July 25, 2016.CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)

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