Tiaré Scanda Flores
January 6, 1974
|Occupation||Actress, Writer and Producer|
Tiaré Scanda (pronounced [tjaˈɾe esˈkanda] ; born Tiaré Scanda Flores on January 6, 1974 in Mexico City, D.F., Mexico) is a Mexican actress.
|1990-91||En carne propia||Pingüinita||Supporting Role|
|1991||Cadenas de amargura||Liliana Ayala||Supporting Role|
|1991-92||Muchachitas||Elena Olivares Pérez||Protagonist|
|1993-94||Buscando el paraíso||Alma||Co-Protagonist|
|1994-06||Mujer, casos de la vida real||11 Episodes|
|1995||Si Dios me quita la vida||Rosario||Supporting Role|
|1996||La culpa||Isabel Lagarde||Protagonist|
|1999-2000||Laberintos de pasión||Rocío González||Co-Protagonist|
|2003-04||Bajo la misma piel||Aurora Romero||Supporting Role|
|Amarte es mi pecado||Casilda Gómez/Casilda Guzmán Madrigal de Horta||Antagonist|
|2004-06||Rebelde||Gláucia Gandía Rosalez/Galia Dunoff de Gandía||Recurring Character|
|2007-08||Lola...Érase una vez||Milagros Ramos||Supporting Role|
|2008-09||Alma de Hierro||Juliana||Supporting Role|
|2009||Locas de amor||Paula||TV Series|
|Hermanos y Detectives||1 Episode:"El enigma de otro mundo"|
|2010||Mujeres Asesinas 3||Caridad||1 Episode:"Las Cotuchas, Empresarias"|
|Gritos de muerte y libertad||Inés de Jaurégui||1 Episode:"El primer sueño"|
|2011||Rafaela||Rosalba Martínez||Supporting Role|
|2012||Por Ella Soy Eva||Marcela Noriega de Contreras||Co-Protagonist|
|2013||Como dice el dicho||Estela||Episode:"Tanto va el cántaro al agua"|
|2013||Corazón Indomable||Clorinda||Special Appearance|
|2013-14||Qué Pobres Tan Ricos||Lic. Vilma Terán Sade||Antagonist|
|2014||La Viuda Negra||Ana||Supporting Role|
|2016||Sin rastro de ti||Doctora Rebecca Arias||Supporting Role|
|2018||The Inmate||Azucena Tavares||Recurring Role|
|1992||Murallas de silencio|
|1993||Un año perdido|
|El callejón de los milagros||Maru|
|1996||Tres minutos en la oscuridad|
|1999||En un claroscuro de la luna||Nilda|
|2000||Sin dejar huella||Aurelia|
|De ida y vuelta||Soledad|
|2001||I Love You Baby||Marisol|
|2002||Una de dos||Constitución Gamal|
|2006||Sexo, amor y otras perversiones||Mayán|
|2007||Párpados azules||Lucía Farfán|
|2016||El Cumple de la Abuela||Diana|
|2017||Everybody Loves Somebody||Abby|
|2019||La Boda de la Abuela||Diana|
|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|
|1992||Best Female Revelation||Muchachitas||Won|
|2004||Best Co-Star Actress||Amarte es mi pecado||Nominated|
|2013||Por Ella Soy Eva|
|2015||Best Supporting Actress||Qué pobres tan ricos|
|2001||Best Female Co-Star||De ida y vuelta||Nominated|
|2017||Best Supporting Actress||Estar o No Estar||Won|
|1996||Best Supporting Actress||El callejón de los milagros||Nominated|
|2017||Best Supporting Actress||El Cumple de la Abuela||Nominated|
Muchachitas is a Mexican telenovela produced by Emilio Larrosa for Televisa in 1991. The telenovela was also shown on Univisión in the early 1990s.
Without a Trace is a 2000 Mexican film directed by Maria Novaro and starring Tiaré Scanda, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Jesús Ochoa, José Sefamí, Martín Altomaro, Juan Manuel Bernal and Walberto Goldstein. The film follows Ana, a fake Mayan art smuggler, and Aurelia, a maquiladora worker, flee from Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua in Northern Mexico and those who pursue them to Cancún in the Yucatán peninsula province of Quintana Roo. The two women fight, murder, run, and become an odd couple of friends as they run from the Federales and an ex-boyfriend narcotics trafficker.
Midaq Alley is a 1995 Mexican film adapted from the novel by Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz, written by Vicente Leñero and directed by Jorge Fons. The film deals with complex issues such as gay and lesbian related topics, the lower-middle class of Mexico City, and the lives of many people.
Sexo, amor y otras perversiones is a 2006 Mexican film made up of eight short films directed by the renowned Mexican film directors:
Laberintos de pasión is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1999–2000.
Qué pobres tan ricos, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rosy Ocampo and broadcast by Canal de las Estrellas.
The Misfits, is a Mexican film, written and starring Luis Arrieta in 2011. It features performances of Ana Serradilla, Luis Ernesto Franco, Paola Núñez and Tiaré Scanda.
Sin Remitente is a 1995 Mexican drama film written and directed by Carlos Carrera. The film was entered into the main competition at the 52nd edition of the Venice Film Festival. It also won three Ariel Awards, for best picture, best direction and best actor.
Buscando el paraíso is a Mexican telenovela produced by Luis de Llano Macedo and Marco Flavio Cruz for Televisa in 1993.
Azul is a Mexican telenovela produced by Pinkye Morris and Yuri Breña for Televisa. It premiered on Canal de las Estrellas on January 8, 1996 and ended on March 22, 1996.
La culpa is a Mexican telenovela produced by Yuri Breña and Pinkye Morris for Televisa. It premiered on Canal de las Estrellas on August 12, 1996 and ended on October 11, 1996.
Sin rastro de ti is a Mexican telenovela produced by Silvia Cano for Televisa, based on an original story by Carlos Quintanilla Sakar and Adriana Pelusi. The series premiered on September 9, 2016, through the Televisa-owned Blim TV streaming platform.
Everybody Loves Somebody is a 2017 Mexican romantic comedy film written and directed by Catalina Aguilar Mastretta, and starring Karla Souza and José María Yazpik.
Being or Not Being is a 2015 Mexican drama film, directed by Marcelo González. The film stars Flavio Medina and Aislinn Derbez and was filmed in Tlacotalpan, Veracruz and Xalapa in the Mexican state of Veracruz. In the film, Augusto (Medina) is a forty-six years old single man who relocates to another city following his mother's passing. He meets Nástenska (Derbez) and falls in love with her. The film is González first feature film and received six nominations for the 2017 Diosas de Plata awards winning for Best Supporting Actress and Best Cinematography.
Tod@s caen is a 2019 Mexican romantic comedy film directed by Ariel Winograd from a screenplay by Cory Brusseau, and Martha Higareda. The film prmiered on 20 September 2019, and is stars Higareda, and Omar Chaparro, along to Miriam Higareda, and Claudia Álvarez. The film is among the first and third place in the top of the highest-grossing film of 2019 in Mexico. .
Más sabe el Diablo por viejo is a 2018 Mexican comedy film directed by José Pepe Bojórquez, from a screenplay by Bojórquez, and Alfredo Félix-Díaz. It is an original story of Brad Hall, and Ty Granoroli. The film premiered on 26 July 2018 in Mexico, and is stars Osvaldo Benavides, and Sandra Echeverría.
Grandma's Wedding is a 2019 Mexican romantic comedy film written and directed by Javier Colinas. The film stars Susana Alexander, Dino García and Luis Arrieta in the lead roles. It is a sequel to the 2015 film El cumple de la abuela. The film was predominantly shot in Cuernavaca, Morelos. The film was released on 11 October 2019 and received mixed reviews from critics. Most of the crew members who were part of the prequel were retained for the sequel. It was also streamed via Netflix on 5 February 2020.
El cumple de la abuela is a 2015 Mexican romantic comedy film written and directed by Javier Colinas. The film stars Susana Alexander, Cesar Giraldo and Luis Arrieta in the lead roles.
You've Got This is a 2020 Mexican film directed by Salvador Espinosa, written by Tiaré Scanda and Leonardo Zimbrón and starring Tato Alexander, Moisés Arizmendi and Fernando Becerril.