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Angie Cepeda

Angie Cepeda
Cepeda in 2017
Born
Angélica María Cepeda Jiménez

(1974-08-02) 2 August 1974 (age 49)
NationalityColombian
OccupationActress
Years active1992–present
RelativesLorna Cepeda (sister)

Angélica María Cepeda Jiménez (born 2 August 1974), professionally known as Angie Cepeda, is a Colombian actress. She is best known for her roles in the telenovela Pobre Diabla and the films Captain Pantoja and the Special Services and Love in the Time of Cholera. She is the younger sister of actress Lorna Cepeda.

Early life

Cepeda was born in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, and raised in Barranquilla. After her parents divorced she lived with her mother and two older sisters (one of whom is actress Lorna Paz).

Career

When she discovered her vocation in drama, she moved out to Bogotá. After starting her drama courses, she was contracted by a beer company and made some advertisements for it. Next, she played some bit parts in several soap operas and movies in Colombia.

Cepeda got a role in the soap opera Las Juanas, getting the attention of some TV producers who offered her jobs in prime time shows, such as the leading role in Luz Maria (1998), co-starring Christian Meier and Rosalinda Serfaty, and that as Fiorella Morelli Flores de Mejía Guzmán in Pobre Diabla (2000), opposite Salvador del Solar and Santiago Magill.

In the cinematic world, Peruvian director Francisco Lombardi convinced her to portray a prostitute called "La Colombiana" in Pantaleón y las Visitadoras (released in English as Captain Pantoja and the Special Services). In 2021, she voiced Julieta Madrigal in the English, Spanish and Italian language versions of the Disney animated musical film Encanto.

Filmography

Year Title Format Role Notes
1993 La maldición del paraíso TV series Laura
Crónicas de una generación trágica Miniseries Merceditas Nariño
1995 Sólo una mujer TV series Carolina Altamirano
Candela TV series Candelaria Daza
1996 Ilona llega con la lluvia Film Zulema Cartagena Film Festival Award for Best Newcomer
1997 Las Juanas TV series Juana Valentina Salguero
1998 Luz María TV series Luz María Camejo
1999 Pantaleón y las visitadoras Film La Colombiana
2000 Pobre diabla TV series Fiorella Morelli
2001 Leyenda de Fuego Film Cecilia
2002 El destino no tiene favoritos Film María
2003 Sammy y yo Film Mary Viña del Mar Film Festival Award for Best Actress
2004 Suddenly Paradise Film Amaranta/Anna
2005 Love for Rent Film Sofía García
Vientos de agua TV series Mara
Oculto Film Natalia
2006 El muerto Film María
Love in the Time of Cholera Film Widow Nazareth
2007 De paso Short Film Marina
2008 Fuera de lugar TV series Luz
2009 Privateer Short film Catherine
2010-2012 Los protegidos TV series Jimena García Cabrera
2010 With or Without Love Film Claudia
2011 Heleno Film Diamantina
2012 Pablo Escobar, El Patrón del Mal TV series Regina Parejo
2012 Exposados TV series Vera
2013 A Night in Old Mexico Film Patty Wafers
2014 The Vanished Elephant Film Mara de Barclay
2015 Wild Horses Film Maria Gonzales
2016 The Seed of Silence Film María del Rosario Durán
2016 2091 TV series Lila
2019 Kobiety mafii 2 Film Aida
2019 Kill Chain Film The Very Bad Woman
2021 Encanto Film Julieta Madrigal English, Spanish & Italian versions
2022 Halo TV series Violetta Franco

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
1996 Cartagena Film Festival Best Newcomer Ilona llega con la lluvia Nominated
2004 Viña del Mar Film Festival Best Actress Sammy y yo Won[1]
2017 Platino Awards Best Actress The Seed of Silence Nominated

References

  1. ^ "Festival Internacional de Cine de Viña del Mar 2003". Viña del Mar Film Festival. Archived from the original on July 7, 2011. Retrieved April 14, 2011.
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