Tiaré Scanda

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Tiaré Scanda
Tiare Scanda en Dulce Osuna.jpg
Scanda interviewed by Dulce Osuna about Everybody Loves Somebody in 2017
Born
Tiaré Scanda Flores

(1974-01-06) January 6, 1974 (age 46)
OccupationActress, Writer and Producer
Years active1990-present

Tiaré Scanda (pronounced  [tjaˈɾe esˈkanda] ; born Tiaré Scanda Flores on January 6, 1974 in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico) is a Mexican actress.

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Filmography

Telenovelas, Series
YearTitleRoleNotes
1990-91 En carne propia PingüinitaSupporting Role
1991 Cadenas de amargura Liliana AyalaSupporting Role
1991-92 Muchachitas Elena Olivares PérezProtagonist
1993-94 Buscando el paraíso AlmaCo-Protagonist
1994-06 Mujer, casos de la vida real 11 Episodes
1995 Si Dios me quita la vida RosarioSupporting Role
1996La culpaIsabel LagardeProtagonist
AzulKarinaAntagonist
1999-2000 Laberintos de pasión Rocío GonzálezCo-Protagonist
2003-04 Bajo la misma piel Aurora RomeroSupporting Role
Amarte es mi pecado Casilda Gómez/Casilda Guzmán Madrigal de HortaAntagonist
2004-06 Rebelde Gláucia Gandía Rosalez/Galia Dunoff de GandíaRecurring Character
2007-08 Lola...Érase una vez Milagros RamosSupporting Role
2008-09 Alma de Hierro JulianaSupporting Role
2009 Locas de amor PaulaTV Series
Hermanos y Detectives1 Episode:"El enigma de otro mundo"
2010 Mujeres Asesinas 3 Caridad1 Episode:"Las Cotuchas, Empresarias"
Gritos de muerte y libertadInés de Jaurégui1 Episode:"El primer sueño"
2011 Rafaela Rosalba MartínezSupporting Role
2012 Por Ella Soy Eva Marcela Noriega de ContrerasCo-Protagonist
2013 Como dice el dicho EstelaEpisode:"Tanto va el cántaro al agua"
2013 Corazón Indomable ClorindaSpecial Appearance
2013-14 Qué Pobres Tan Ricos Lic. Vilma Terán SadeAntagonist
2014 La Viuda Negra AnaSupporting Role
Scanda in 2010 Tiare Scanda.JPG
Scanda in 2010
Films
YearTitleRole
1991Miss. Amnesia
1992Murallas de silencio
Lamentos
1993Un año perdido
Pueblo viejo
1995 Sin remitente Mariana
El callejón de los milagros [1] Maru
1996Tres minutos en la oscuridad
Salón México Beatriz
1999En un claroscuro de la lunaNilda
2000Sin dejar huellaAurelia
De ida y vuelta Soledad
2001 I Love You Baby Marisol
2002Una de dosConstitución Gamal
2006 Sexo, amor y otras perversiones Mayán
2007Párpados azulesLucía Farfán
2010Preludio Cecilia
2011Los inadaptados Alma
2016 El Cumple de la Abuela Diana
2017 Everybody Loves Somebody Abby
2019 La Boda de la Abuela Diana
Theater
Year
Finísimas Personas (2018) Author, Director and Actress
Verano y humo
Una pareja con ángel
Parada San Ángel
El árbol del humo
A Midsummer Night's Dream
La fogata Palibantinu
Rosa de dos aromas
Cabaret (Sally Bowles)
Magnolias de acero
Con la P en la frente
Canal de las que enseñan
Canciones que Curan
Marido en venta

Awards and nominations

TVyNovelas Awards

YearCategoryTelenovelaResult
1992 Best Female Revelation Muchachitas Won
2004 Best Co-Star Actress Amarte es mi pecado Nominated
2013 Por Ella Soy Eva
2015Best Supporting Actress Qué pobres tan ricos

Premios Diosas de Plata

YearCategoryFilmResult
2001Best Female Co-StarDe ida y vuelta Nominated
2017Best Supporting Actress Estar o No Estar Won

Premios Ariel

YearCategoryFilmResult
1996 Best Supporting Actress El callejón de los milagros Nominated
2017Best Supporting Actress El Cumple de la Abuela Nominated

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