Samadhi Zendejas

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Samadhi Zendejas (born December 27, 1994),[1] also known simply as Samadhi and professionally as Samadhi Zendejas, is a Mexican actress and performer. She got her first role as Amaya on Atrevete a Soñar.

Samadhi Zendejas
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Jill Samadhi Zendejas Adriano

(1994-12-27) December 27, 1994 (age 26)

Personal lifeEdit

Samadhi currently attends classes at Televisa's acting school, CEA in Mexico City.

In 2009, she got her first acting role in Atrevete a Soñar, playing student, Amaya. She also was in a relationship with the actor Alejandro Speitzer, who played the role of Raymundo. She also lent her voice for the show's CDs. She won the award for best female revelation of 2010.

In 2010, she starred in an episode of La rosa de Guadalupe. She was also a part of Mujeres Asesinas 3. She starred in the episode Marta, manipuladora alongside Aislinn Derbez, Manuel Landeta, and Lorena Meritano.

In 2017, Samadhi starred as Jenni Rivera in Mariposa de Barrio for 34 episodes.

Samadhi is the oldest of 3 siblings: Adriano Zendejas , a Mexican actor, and Dassana Zendejas, Mexican actress as well.

Samadhi had a romantic relationship with Jorge Coch, brother of famous actress Jessica Coch , this relationship ended in May.


Year Title Role Notes
2009-2010 Atrevete a Soñar Amaya Villalba
2010 Gritos de muerte y libertad Matilde Episode: El primer sueño: 1808
2011 Mujeres Asesinas 3 Lorena Episode: Marta, manipuladora
2011 La Rosa de Guadalupe Imelda Episode: La trampa
2011-2016 Como dice el dicho Various roles 7 episodes
2011-2012 Esperanza del Corazón Abril Figueroa Guzmán
2016 Un camino hacia el destino Nadia
2017 Mariposa de Barrio Young Jenni Rivera
2017 Milagros de Navidad Candelaria episode "La pesadilla de Candelaria"[2]
2018 Enemigo íntimo Mamba
2018 Falsa Identidad Circe
2018 El Rey del Valle Rosario
2019 Rosario Tijeras Geminis


Premios TVyNovelasEdit

Year Category Telenovela Result
2010 Best Female Revelation Atrevete a Soñar Won


  1. ^ "Samadhi". Espectculos. 2011-07-12. Retrieved 2018-12-09.
  2. ^ "Telemundo presents "Milagros de Navidad" (Christmas Miracles), uplifting emotional stories of hope and triumph starting Monday, November 27 at 8pm/7c". Retrieved 22 November 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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