Patricia Reyes Spíndola

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Patricia Reyes Spíndola
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Spíndola in 2019
Born
Patricia Verónica Núñez Reyes Spíndola [1]

(1953-07-11) 11 July 1953 (age 66) [1]
México, Mexico [1]
OccupationActress
Years active1974–present

Patricia Reyes Spíndola (born Patricia Verónica Núñez Reyes Spíndola on 11 July 1953 in México, Mexico) [1] is a Mexican actress, director and producer. She received four Ariel Award, two for Best Actress ( Los Motivos de Luz (1985) and The Queen of the Night (1994)), and two for Supporting Actress ( Letters from Marusia (1975) and El otro crimen (1988)).

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Life and career

Spíndola studied to become an actress in several ateliers in Mexico and London. She made her début in the movies in 1972, with El señor de Osanto, and two years later she started working in the Teatro Fru Fru. As an actress, she has worked with directors like Nancy Cárdenas or Arturo Ripstein.

Spíndola has appeared in more than 70 Mexican movies during her career. She received four Ariel Awards and two additional nominations for her film performances. [2] In 2002, she played Frida Kahlo' mother, Matilde, in the American film Frida .

Spíndola has worked in Mexican telenovelas as of early 1980s, playing mostly antagonists. In early 2000s, she also began working as director, her directing credits include Salomé (2001), La intrusa (2001), and 85 episodes of La mujer del Vendaval (2012-13).

Spíndola has an acting school she runs with her sister, Marta Reyes Spíndola, in the Colonia Juárez neighborhood of Mexico City called M & M Studio, where she also teaches.

On American television, Spíndola guest-starred in 4 episodes in the first season of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead as Griselda Salazar in 2015 and later made two guest appearances in the second season in 2016. [3] In 2019, she starred opposite Kate del Castillo in the second season of Telemundo/Netflix series La Reina del Sur playing Carmen Martínez. [4]

Spíndola is cancer survivor. In 2011, she was diagnosed breast cancer and come through mastectomy. In April 2015, she released her book called La vuelta da muchas vidas. [5] [6]

Filmography

Films

YearTitleRoleNotes
1974El señor de OsantoFilm debut
1974Llanto, risas y nocaut
1975La otra virginidad
1975 La casa del Sur María
1976México, México, ra ra ra
1976 Actas de Marusia Rosa Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress
1976La venganza de un hombre llamado CaballoGray Thorn
1976Las poquianchisGraciela
1977 El elegido Virgen Maria
1977Caminando pasos, caminando
1977Las cenizas del diputadoAna Maria Godinez
1977Los iracundos Short film
1978 Pedro Páramo Eduviges Dyada
1978Los hijos de Sánchez
1979México Norte
1981Ora sí tenemos que ganar
1982Retrato de una mujer casadaLuisa
1985 Los motivos de Luz Luz Ariel Award for Best Actress
Mexican Cinema Journalists Award for Best Actress
1985El rey de la vecindad Esposa de Marcos
1986Va de Nuez
1986La rebelión de los colgados
1987Nocturno amor que te vas
1987Los confinesEsposaNominated — Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress
1987Asesinato en la plaza Garibaldi
1988La envidiaShort film
1988El gran relajo mexicano Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress
1988El otro crimen
1989La isla de las garzasShort film
1989Mentiras piadosas
1989Goitia, un dios para sí mismo
1990Espejismos y ceremoniasShort film
1991 Woman of the Port Tomasa
19892Nocturno a RosarioSoledad
1992Lucky Break
1992Golpe de suerte
1993¡Aquí espaantan!Remedios
1994 The Queen of the Night Lucha Reyes Ariel Award for Best Actress
1995Mujeres insumisasEmaNominated — Ariel Award for Best Actress
1996Profundo carmesíSra. Ruelas
1998Noche de pazShort film
1998 El evangelio de las Maravillas Micaela
1998Fuera de la ley
1999El coronel no tiene quien le escribaJacinta
1999Del otro lado
2000Antes que anochezcaMaría Teresa Freye de Andrade
2000 Such Is Life Adela, The Godmother
2000La perdición de los hombresAxe Face
2001El sueño del caimánMadre Caimán
2002AcosadaLicenciada Ortiz
2002eXXXorcismo
2002 Frida Matilde Kahlo
2002La virgen de la lujuriaRaquel
2002Solamente una vez
2003La mudanzaSara
2003PopisLa abuelaShort film
2004El edénVictoria
2005BetweenMrs. Gonzalez
2006Mujeres en el Acto
2006 El carnaval de Sodoma Eréndira
2007 Malos hábitos Madre Superiora
2008Amor letra por letraLa Juez
2008El patio de mi cárcelAurora
2008Solo quiero caminarMadre de Félix
2008Todos hemos pecadoLa Doñita
2009El jardín que se secaEstelaShort film
2009Un mexicano más Viuda
2010ChicograndeLa Sandoval
2011Chabela QueridaChabelaShort film
2011 Las razones del corazón Doña Ruti
2014Todos están muertosDoña Rosario
2015Estar o no estar Veronica
2015La teta de Botero Sofa
2015El viaje de Keta ElenaNominated — Mexican Cinema Journalists Award for Best Supporting Actress
2015Being or Not Being Veronica
2015 Bleak Street
2018Eres mi pasiónMadre Furia
2018 A ti te quería encontrar Lola
2018Mi MariachiSusana
2019VagonerosCovarrubias
2019 Devil Between the Legs Isabel
2020ÁnimaDanae

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1982 Bianca Vidal CirilaTelevision debut
1983 El maleficio Teodora
1984 La traición Lidia
1985 Esperándote Refugio
1988 El extraño retorno de Diana Salazar Jordana
1989Hora marcadaEsperanzaEpisode: "Noche de paz"
1989 Teresa Josefina Martínez TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
1990 En carne propia Tota de Ortega
1992TriánguloVirginia Granados
1994 El vuelo del águila Petrona Mori TVyNovelas for Best Co-star Actress
1994–2004 Mujer, casos de la vida real Various roles6 episodes
1995 Azul Martha
1996 La antorcha encendida Doña Juana de Foncerrada
1997 María Isabel ManuelaNominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
1997La santa Television film
1997 Pueblo chico, infierno grande Martina
1999 El niño que vino del mar Alberta Gómez
2001 La intrusa Renata de Velarde
2001 Salomé ManolaNominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
2003 De pocas, pocas pulgas Griselda
2003–2004 Mariana de la noche María LolaNominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
2004 Inocente de ti Clotilde
2005 La madrastra Venturina García
2006 La fea más bella Tomasa Mora
2007Sexo y otros secretosInvitada"Recuerdos y secretos" (Season 1, Episode 6)
2007Trece miedosVecina"Nuevo comienzo" (Season 1, Episode 7)
2007 XHDRbZ Mamá de Exelsa"Los padres de Exelsa" (Season 1, Episode 16)
2008 Fuego en la sangre Quintina TVyNovelas for Best Co-star Actress
2008TerminalesAbuela
  • "Verdades" (Season 1, Episode 3)
  • "Transplantes" (Season 1, Episode 11)
2008–2010 Mujeres asesinas Sagrario / Ernestina "Tita" Garza / Carmen
  • "Cándida, esperanzada" (Season 1, Episode 8)
  • "Tita Garza, estafadora" (Season 2, Episode 6)
  • "Las Cotuchas, Empresarias" (Season 3, Episode 14)
2009Adictos"Cocaina" (Season 1, Episode 20)
2010 Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón Fredesvinda Carretas
2010–2011Los héroes del norteDoña Olegaria
2011 Rafaela Caridad118 episodes
Nominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
2014 El color de la pasión Trinidad38 episodes
Nominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
2015–2016 Fear the Walking Dead Griselda Salazar Season 1 (Recurring role; 4 episodes)
Season 2 (Guest Star; 2 episodes)
2016 Un camino hacia el destino Blanca Elizalde Contreras103 episodes
Nominated — TVyNovelas Award for Best Leading Actress
2018 Atrapada Marcela13 episodes
2019 La reina del Sur 2 Carmen Martínez23 episodes
2020-present La Doña 2 Florencia Molina75 episodes
2020-2021 Imperio de mentiras

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