Delia Margarita Casanova Mendiola
November 4, 1948
|Awards|| Ariel Award for Best Actress |
1989 Mentiras piadosas
Delia Casanova(born Delia Margarita Casanova Mendiola on November 4, 1948 in Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico) is a Mexican actress.
|1975||El cumpleaños del perro||Secretary||Film|
|1976||The Heist||La Chata||Film|
|El esperado amor desesperado||Baby's mother||Film|
|1980||Algo sobre Jaime Sabines||Film|
|1981||Toda una vida||Moravia Castro||Supporting Role|
|Que viva Tepito||María Luisa Vélez de Ochoa||Film|
|El infierno de todos tan temido||Mariana||Film|
|1982||El día que murió Pedro Infante||Film|
|Alsino y el cóndor||Rosaria||Film|
|Los gemelos alborotados||Film|
|1984||La pasión de Isabela||Natalia "La Peregrina"||Supporting Role|
|1985||El escuadrón de la muerte||Ruth "La Peregrina"||Film|
|Los Motivos de Luz||Dr. Rebollar||Film|
|1985-86||De pura sangre||Laura Blanchet||Supporting Role|
|1986-1987||Cicatrices del alma||Blanca||Supporting Role|
|1988||Pasión y poder||Dolores||Supporting Role|
|1989||Mentiras piadosas||Clara Zamudio||Film|
|Luz y sombra||Marcedes "Meche" de Suárez||Supporting Role|
|1990||Recuerdo de domingo||Film|
|1991||Después del sismo||Film|
|Cadenas de amargura||Natalia Vizcaíno Lara||Protagonist|
|1992||Una moneda en el aire||Film|
|1993||Memoria del cine mexicano||Film|
|Los Parientes Pobres||Eloísa de Olmos||Antagonist|
|1995||El callejón de los milagros||Eusebia||Film|
|Bésame En La Boca||Consuelo||Film|
|La paloma||Elsa||Supporting Role|
|1996||La culpa||Graciela||Supporting Role|
|Entre Pancho Villa y una mujer desnuda||Film|
|1999||En un claroscuro dela luna||Rafaela||Film|
|La ley de herodes||Rosa||Film|
|Nunca Te Olvidaré||Doña Carmen||Supporting Role|
|2000-01||Rayito de luz||Gertrudis Montes||TV Mini-series|
|2001||Sin pecado concebido||Sor Jovita||Supporting Role|
|2005||Como tú me has deseado||Film|
|La esposa virgen||Clemencia||Supporting Role|
|2006||Mujer, casos de la vida real||TV Series|
|Mas que a nada en el mundo||Film|
|2007||S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos||Anciana||TV Series|
|2007-08||Tormenta en el paraíso||Micaela Trinidad||Supporting Role|
|2008||Todos hemos pecado||Doña Chayo||Film|
|Arráncame la vida||Film|
|2008-09||Alma de Hierro||Mother Perpetua||Special Appearance|
|Cuidado con el ángel||Mrs. Márgara Riquelme||Special Appearance|
|2010||Locas de amor||Cruz||Special Appearance|
|2011||La Fuerza del Destino||Doña Carlota vda. de Curiel||Co-protagonist|
|La suerte está echada||Film|
|Así es la suerte||Lidia||Film|
|2015||Lo imperdonable||Matilde||Supporting Role|
|1986||TVyNovelas Awards||Best Young Lead Actress||De pura sangre||Nominated|
|1992||Best Co-star Actress||Cadenas de amargura|
|2006||Best First Actress||La esposa virgen||Won|
|2012||La Fuerza del Destino|
|1984||Ariel Award||Best Actress||El día que murió Pedro Infante||Nominated|
|1992||Best Actress in a Minor Role||El bulto||Nominated|
|1995||El callejón de los milagros|
|1996||Best Supporting Actress||Sobrenatural|
|2011||Premios People en Español||La Fuerza del Destino||Won|
|2012||Premios ACE (New York)||Best Actress Characteristic|
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