Tina Romero Alcázar
August 14, 1949
|Gabriel Retes (divorced)
Tina Romero (born Tina Romero Alcázar, August 14, 1949) is a Mexican actress. A native of New York City, Romero moved to Mexico in her youth, and later established a career there as an actress. Her early film roles included The Divine Caste (1973) and the title character in the horror film Alucarda (1977). She has also appeared in American films, including Missing (1982), opposite Sissy Spacek and Jack Lemmon.
Romero has also appeared in numerous Mexican television series, including numerous telenovelas, such as Rosalinda (1999), Mi pecado (2009), Quiero amarte (2014),
Romero was born on August 14, 1949,in New York City, the daughter of Mexican parents. She and her family relocated to Mexico in 1958 where she developed her skills in acting school. In 1976, at the age of 27, she made her debut as a protagonist in the movie Lo Mejor de Teresa . The same year she participated in the films Chin Chin el Teporocho and Las Poquianchis , directed by Felipe Cazals.
In 1977, she starred in her first mexican telenovela Santa , and starred in the film Alucarda , directed by Juan Lopez Moctezuma with Claudio Brook, David Silva, considered a classic horror film. In 1979 she filmed Cuatro mujeres y un Hombre , Bandera Rota and My Horse Cantador , and also appeared in the telenovela Angel Guerra alongside Andrea Palma and Diana Bracho.
Romero married in the 1980s to the Mexican film director Gabriel Retes, with whom she had two children.
In the 1980s she filmed Estampas de Sor Juana and in 1982 makes her Hollywood debut in the film Missing starring Sissy Spacek. In 1983 Romero returned to Mexico and made film and television appearances as The Castaways of Liguria directed by her then husband Retes. In 1986 she starred in the film Miracles , and in 1988 returned to Hollywood to take part in Clif Ossmond's movie The Penitent . In México, she starred in the telenovelas La Casa al Final de la Calle and Simplemente María .
In the 1990s and 2000s she participated in such notable telenovelas as; Cadenas de Amargura (1991), Muchachitas (1991), Alondra (1995), Rosalinda (1999, with Thalía), Abrázame muy fuerte (2000), and most recently Pasión (2007), Mi pecado (2009) and Una Maid en Manhattan (2011), among others.
|The Divine Caste
|Lo Mejor de Teresa
|Alucarda / Lucy Westenra
|Estampas de Sor Juan
|Las grandes aguas
|Las Apariencias Engañan
|Noche de Carnaval
|Los Naufragos de Liguria
|De Puro Relajo
|Violencia a sange fría
|Silencio de Muerte
|Una Luz en la Escalera
|Un Dulce Olor a Muerte
|Sea of Dreams
|The Pleasure Is Mine
|The Kids Are Back
|Más sabe el Diablo por viejo
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