Maritza Olivares

Maritza Olivares is a Mexican actress. She appeared in some telenovelas and movies, for example in horror El Retorno de Walpurgis. Her best known rule in telenovelas is the rule of Cayetana in Entre el amor y el odio. She also had appearance in television show Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real.

Maritza Olivares
Born
Maritza Olivares

1956
Tamaulipas
Other namesMaritsa Olivares
OccupationActress
ChildrenValentina Sumavsky

Personal lifeEdit

Olivares studied in London and has worked in Mexico, United States, and France. She was nominated for an Ariel Award for Best Actress for her work in her first movie Los Meses y los Días, for which she also won the Heraldo Award. Olivares lost the Ariel to Lucha Villa, her co-star in the film Mecánica Nacional.[1] She has a daughter Valentina Sumavsky, also an actress.

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1972 Los Perturbados Film
1972 National Mechanics Film
1973 El Retorno de Walpurgis Maria Wilowa Film
1973 Los meses y los días Cecilia Film
1973 El espectro del terror Film
1973 Adios, amor... Film
1974 Adorables mujercitas Film
1975 El caballo del diablo Lupita Film
1975 La venida del rey Olmos Martina Film
1976 La vida cambia Film
1978 Mil millas al sur Nancy Film
1978 Carroña Film
1979 Lágrimas negras Telenovela, supporting role
1979 Border Cop Prostitute Film
1979 Discoteca es amor Chata Film
1979 Tres Mujeres en la Hoguera Susi Film
1979 Discotec fin de semana Chata Film
1980 Perro callejero Film
1981 El hogar que yo robé Florita Telenovela, supporting role
1981 Las braceras[2] Rosario Film
1981 La Chèvre La prostituée Film
1984 Braceras y mojados Film
1985 El ángel caído Remedios Nava Telenovela, supporting role
1986 Pobre juventud Lupita Telenovela, supporting role
1987 Pobre señorita Limantour Telenovela, supporting role
1990 Cartel de la droga Film
1991 Mente criminal Film
1992 De frente al sol Elena Telenovela, supporting role
1994 Máxima violencia Film
1999 Alma Rebelde Almudena's mother Telenovela, special appearance
2002 Entre el amor y el odio Cayetana Telenovela, antagonist
2004 Corazones al límite Amalia Vallardes Telenovela, antagonist
2014 La Malquerida Olga Telenovela, special appearance
2015 Como dice el dicho Nuria Episode:"De todos huí menos de mí..."

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "XV 1973 — Ganadores y nominados" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. 1973. Retrieved May 24, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Michael Dear, Gustavo Leclerc (2013). Postborder City: Cultural Spaces of Bajalta California. Routledge. "In the film Las braceras, for example, Lyn May, Maritza Olivares, and Patricia Rivero develop a dark melodrama about prostitution at the border."

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