Leticia Calderón

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Leticia Calderón (Spanish pronunciation: [leˈtisja kaldeˈɾon] born Carmen Leticia Calderón León on July 15, 1968 in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico) is a Mexican actress.[1]

Leticia Calderón
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Calderón in 2015, alongside Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo
Born
Carmen Leticia Calderón León

(1968-07-15) July 15, 1968 (age 52)
Other namesLety Calderón
OccupationActress
Years active1983-present
Spouse(s)
Marco Lopez
(
m. 1997; div. 1999)

Juan Collado
(
m. 2002; div. 2010)
Children2
Parent(s)Mario Calderón
Carmen León

She lived in Alvarado, Veracruz, Guaymas, Sonora, La Paz and Mexico City, where she studied at the Centro de Capacitación de Televisa (Televisa Educational Training Centre).

She has taken part in several theatrical plays and telenovelas. One of her most popular roles was in Esmeralda, a telenovela which was very successful, especially in Eastern European countries.[2]

CareerEdit

1980sEdit

In 1983, aged 14, Leticia made appearances in telenovelas such as Bianca Vidal, Amalia Batista, Principessa, El ángel caído, and Monte Calvario.

She started taking mature roles in 1986 with the telenovela El camino secreto as an antagonist. Her first protagonist role was in 1987 when she starred in La indomable as María Fernanda Villalpando.

1990sEdit

In the 90s, Leticia starred in a number of telenovelas such as Yo compro esa mujer, Valeria y Maximiliano, Entre la vida y la muerte and made special appearances in Prisionera de amor and Lazos de amor.

In 1997, she was a protagonist in Esmeralda alongside Fernando Colunga where she played blind.[3]

In 1998, she made a special appearance in the telenovela El diario de Daniela

In 1999, she starred as main heroine in Laberintos de pasión together with Francisco Gattorno and César Évora. She won the Premios TVyNovelas for Best Lead Actress for 2000 due to this role.[4]

2000sEdit

During 2000-2008, she withdrew from telenovelas to dedicate more time to her children, one of whom suffers from Down syndrome.[5]

In 2003, she made a special appearance in Amor Real as Hanna de la Corcuera.

In 2006, she also had a special appearance in Heridas de amor as a younger version of the Nuria Bages character.

In 2008, Leticia participated in the series Mujeres asesinas, in the first episode of the show originally titled "Sonia desalmanda" next to Juan Soler and Grettel Valdéz.[6][7]

In 2008, she starred as antagonist in En nombre del amor. She played the sister of Victoria Ruffo's character.[8]

2010sEdit

In 2011, she made a special appearance in Rosy Ocampo's La fuerza del destino as Alicia Villagómez, mother to younger version of David Zepeda's character.[9]

In 2012, she worked in the telenovela Amor bravío, in which she played the antagonist together with Silvia Navarro, Flavio Medina, Cristian de la Fuente and César Évora. Due to her performance she won the "Best Female Antagonist" award at the 31st TVyNovelas Awards in 2013.[10]

In 2015, she was confirmed to star in another Carlos Moreno production, A que no me dejas, alongside Arturo Peniche, Camila Sodi and Osvaldo Benavides.[11]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Noches de ronda Rosita Film debut
1998 Angelito mío
2008 Plaza Sésamo: Los monstruos feos más bellos Lety

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1982 Chispita Television debut
1982 Bianca Vidal
1983 Amalia Batista Leticia
1984 Principessa Vicky
1985 El ángel caído
1986 Monte calvario Tere
1986 El camino secreto Alma
1987 Tal como somos Meche
1987 La indomable María Fernanda
1989 La casa al final de la calle Teresa Altamirano Najera
1990 La hora marcada Lucía Episode: "El taxi"
1990 Yo compro esa mujer Ana Cristina
1991 Valeria y Maximiliano Valeria Landero
1993 Entre la vida y la muerte Susana Trejos
1994 Mujer, casos de la vida real Various roles
  • "Holocausto" (Season 10, Episode 5)
  • "Te olvidaré" (Season 10, Episode 17)
1994 Prisionera de amor Consuelo
1995 Lazos de amor Asistente de Silvia Pinal
1996 La antorcha encendida Teresa de Muñiz
1997 Esmeralda Esmeralda Rosales-Peñarreal Main role
1999 El diario de Daniela Leonor Monroy
1999 Laberintos de pasión Julieta Valderrama
1999 Cuento de Navidad Spirit of Christmas Yet to Come
2003 Amor real Hanna De La Corcuera
2006 Heridas de amor Young Fernanda de Aragón
2006 Plaza Sésamo Lety "Me da pena" (Season 10, Episode 15)
2008 Mujeres asesinas Sonia Quevedo "Sonia, desalmada" (Season 1, Episode 1)
2008-2009 En nombre del amor Carlota Espinoza de los Monteros Main Antagonist
2011 Cuando me enamoro Carlota Espinoza de los Monteros Archive footage
2011 La fuerza del destino Alicia Villagómez Special Appearance
2012 Amor bravío Isadora Viuda de Lazcano Main Antagonist
2015 A que no me dejas Inés Urrutia de Murat Co-protagonist (season 1)
2016 Mujeres de negro Irene Palazuelos Main Antagonist
2019 El corazón nunca se equivoca Elsa Reynoso Vargas Co-protagonist
2020 Soltero con hijas Carmina Ríos/ de Montero Special Appearance
2020 Imperio de mentiras Victoria de Cantú Co-protagonist

Awards and nominationsEdit

Premios TVyNovelasEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
1984 Best Actress Debut Amalia Batista Won
1987 Best Young Lead Actress La indomable Won
1991 Best Lead Actress Yo compro esa mujer Nominated
1993 Valeria y Maximiliano Nominated
1994 Entre la vida y la muerte Nominated
1997 La antorcha encendida Nominated
1998 Esmeralda Nominated
2000 Laberintos de pasión Won
2007 Best Presenter Hoy Nominated
2010 Best Female Antagonist En nombre del amor Won
2013 Amor bravío Won[12]
2016 Best Lead Actress A que no me dejas Won

Los Favoritos del PúblicoEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2013 Favorite Antagonist Amor bravío Won[13]

People en EspañolEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2009 Best Female Villain En nombre del amor Won
2012 Amor bravío Won[14]

Premios ACEEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
1998 International Women's Figure of the Year Esmeralda Won
2010 Best Actress En nombre del amor Won[15]
2013 Best Co-Star Actress Amor bravío Won[16]

Galardón a los 30 grandes de TVyNovelasEdit

Year Category Result
2009 Special Recognition for Artistic Career Won

Cocktail de la modaEdit

Year Category Result
2012 Special Recognition for Artistic Career Won[17]

Microfono de OroEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2009 Artistic Excellence En nombre del amor Won[18]

Premios Viktor (Slovenia)Edit

Year Category Telenovela Result
1998 Best telenovela Esmeralda Won[19]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Leticia Calderón
  2. ^ Leticia Calderón
  3. ^ "Leticia Calderón no quería protagonizar la telenovela Esmeralda pero se llevó una sorpresa, ¡descubre qué fue lo que pasó!" (in Spanish). Univision Videos. May 16, 2014. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  4. ^ "Déjate llevar por sus "Laberintos de Pasión"" (in Spanish). Univision Videos. July 11, 2014. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  5. ^ "Leticia Calderón denuncia discriminación contra su hijo" (in Spanish). People en Espanol. April 8, 2015. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  6. ^ "Mujeres asesinas capitulo 1" (in Spanish). Las Noticias Mexico. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  7. ^ "Mujeres asesinas imewasilishwa" (in Swahili). Fanpop. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  8. ^ "Victoria Ruffo y Leticia Calderón en "En nombre del amor"" (in Spanish). Todo TNV. June 9, 2008. Retrieved August 25, 2015.
  9. ^ "Leticia Calderon se une a la fuerza del destino" (in Spanish). TV Nota. January 3, 2011. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  10. ^ "Leticia Calderón es Isadora Lazcano en Amor bravio" (in Spanish). Univision videos. July 12, 2012. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  11. ^ "Leticia Calderon regresa en las telenovelas" (in Spanish). Televisa. Retrieved August 30, 2015.
  12. ^ "Los ganadores de los Premios TVyNovelas" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2013-06-30. Retrieved 2014-06-13.
  13. ^ "NOTA: Estos fueron los Favoritos del público" (in Spanish). 2013-04-27. Archived from the original on 2013-06-15. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
  14. ^ People en Espanol 2012 los ganadores
  15. ^ Ganadores de los Premios ACE 2010
  16. ^ Ganadores de los Premios ACE 2013
  17. ^ Otorgan a personalidades el premio Cocktail de la moda 2011-2012
  18. ^ Premios Microfono de Oro ganadores
  19. ^ Viktor for Leticia Calderon

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