Rebecca Jones (Mexican actress)

Rebecca Jones (born Rebecca Jones Fuentes Berain on May 21, 1957 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican-American actress. She was married for 25 years to actor Alejandro Camacho with whom she worked sharing credits in many telenovelas such as: El angel caido, Cuna de lobos, Imperio de Cristal, Para volver a amar and Que te perdone Dios. Together they have a son named Maximiliano Camacho Jones.

Rebecca Jones
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Born
Rebecca Jones Fuentes Berain

(1957-05-21) May 21, 1957 (age 64)
OccupationActress
Years active1982–present
Spouse(s)Alejandro Camacho (1986-2011)
ChildrenMaximiliano Camacho Jones

CareerEdit

Beginnings as an actress and scope in the theaterEdit

Jones is the daughter of a father from the United States and a Mexican mother,[1] who moved to California, United States,[1] when she was very small where she studied.[1] After completing high school and the Dramatic Arts career,[1] in addition to courses related to acting, literary analysis, scenography, lighting and make-up, she studied in Laguna Beach High School at Saddleback College, the South Coast Actors Corporation and the University of Southern California.[1] In 1981, after several experiences and working as a waitress, she returned to Mexico,[1] and two years later, she began her debut as an actress, with the work El coleccionista (1983),[2] for this performance she received several awards, among which the award for the Revelation of the Year by the Union of Critics and Theatrical Chronicles.[3] In the theater field, his work in works such as La visita de la bestia,[1] Pelearán a 10 rounds, Víctimas del amor, La declaración, Casémonos juntos, El sexo opuesto, Drácula, Cómo aprendí a manejar and Rosa de dos aromas.[1]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Gringo mojado Lupita Blanco Debut film
1986 Vacaciones separadas Girl #2 at Pool Uncredited
1989 Polvo de luz
1994 Guerrero Negro
1994 Amorosos fantasmas Muchacha cola de caballo
1994 Días de combate Muchacha cola de caballo
2003 El misterio del Trinidad Isabel Aguirre
2006 Alta infidelidad Roxana
2008 Voy a explotar Eva
2012 La Cama Emilia
2013 Tercera llamada Amanda Nominated — Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1982 El amor nunca muere Mary Ann Telenovela, antagonist role
1983-1984 El maleficio Ruth Reyna Telenovela, supporting role
1984 Opération O.P.E.N. Virginia 1 episode: "Le secret d'Armadillo" (Season 1, Episode 4)
1984-1985 La traición Georgina Telenovela, supporting role
1985 Angélica Silvia Telenovela, main antagonist
1985 El ángel caído María de los Ángeles Bustamante Telenovela, antagonistic protagonist
1986-1987 Cuna de lobos Vilma De la Fuente de Larios Telenovela, co-protagonist
1988 Dos vidas Teresa Telenovela, protagonist
1992 La sonrisa del Diablo Déborah San Román Telenovela, antagonistic protagonist
1994-1995 Imperio de cristal Sofía Vidal Telenovela, protagonist
1999 Buenas noches Herself TV-Series
1999-2000 La vida en el espejo Isabel Franco Telenovela, protagonist
2001 Lo que callamos las mujeres Adriana 1 episode: "Doble jornada" (Season 1, Episode 70)
2002 Vivir así TV-Series
2002 El País de las mujeres Bernarda Telenovela, protagonist
2003-2004 El alma herida Catalina Morales Telenovela, protagonist
2004 Passions Lola TV-Series, 5 episodes
2007 Jennifer Lopez Presents: Como ama una mujer Barbara TV mini-series
2010 Grandes finales de telenovelas Vilma Gaxiola de Larios TV documentary, archive footage
2010-2011 Para volver a amar Antonia Palacios Telenovela, protagonist
2013 Mojoe Herself TV-Series, 1 episode
2013 Pasión prohibida Flavia Santillana Telenovela, main antagonist
2014 Sr. Ávila Dra. Mola TV-Series, 9 episodes
2014-2015 Señora Acero Enriqueta Sabido Telenovela, antagonist role
2015 Que te perdone Dios Renata Telenovela, protagonist
2016-2017 La Doña[4] Yesenia Sandoval Ramos Telenovela, main antagonist
2017-2018 Las Malcriadas Catalina Basurto Main role
2019 Doña Flor y sus dos maridos Margarita Canúl Main role
2020 La Casa de las Flores Victoria Aguirre Main role
2021 ¿Te acuerdas de mí? Antonia Solís Main Role

As writer and producerEdit

Year Title Notes
1993 ¡Aquí espaantan! Producer
1994 El tesoro de Clotilde Producer
1994 Guerrero Negro Producer
1998 Huracán Writer/producer

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
1986 TVyNovelas Awards Best Female Antagonist El ángel caído Won
1993 TVyNovelas Awards Best Female Antagonist La sonrisa del Diablo Nominated
1995 TVyNovelas Awards Best Lead Actress Imperio de Cristal Won
1995 Premios El Heraldo de México Best Actress Imperio de Cristal Won
2011 Premios El Heraldo de México Best Actress Para Volver a Amar Nominated
2013 Premios Tu Mundo The Best Bad Girl Pasion prohibida Nominated
2013 Premios Tu Mundo First Actress Pasion prohibida Nominated
2014 Miami Life Awards First Actress Pasion prohibida Nominated
2015 Premios Tu Mundo First Actress Senora Acero Nominated

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Rebecca Jones". 2.esmas.com (in Spanish). Esmas.com. Archived from the original on 7 May 2018. Retrieved 7 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Rebecca Jones celebrará 59 años inmersa en la obra "Mamá por siempre"". mixedvoces.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 7 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Rebecca Jones cumple 57 años en medio de temporada teatral". lineadirectaportal.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 7 May 2018.
  4. ^ "Rebecca Jones regresa a las telenovelas con 'La Doña'". sipse.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 April 2016.

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