Adriana Barraza

Born: Mar 03, 1956 AD
Currently alive, at 59 years of age.

Nationality: Spanish
Categories: Theatre Manager

1956 - Born on the 3rd of March in Toluca, Estado de Mexico.


1995 – Adriana directed and acted in the long-running series of “Mujer, casos de la vida real”


1998 – She played a great role in the feature film “La Primera Noche (The First Night)”


1999 - Starred in the Mexican feature “La Paloma de Marsella” and also in the sequel, “La Segunda Noche (The Second Night)”


2000 - Did the Mexican soap opera “Locura de Amor” at the same time, she made her international debut with a supporting role in director Alejandro González Iñárritu's critically acclaimed ensemble film “Amores Perros”


2001 – Made the Mexican soap opera “El Manantial” and on the next year, she made another soap opera entitled “Complices al Rescate”


2005 – She worked as a Spanish dialect coach on the Adam Sandler flick, “Spanglish”


2006 – Once again, she teamed up with Alejandro Iñárritu for the well-received ensemble “Babel”; received Golden Globe and SAG nominations for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

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