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Jessica Segura

Jessica Segura

Jessica Segura (Mexico City, January 22**,** 1983**)**; is a Mexican actress who started her acting studies at the Academy of Pedro Camacho Chávez and Alberto Estrella, continuing in the CEA workshops at Televisa.

She is known for her role as Tecla in the series Una familia de diez, created by Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo, and for being the police girl in the Sabritas commercials of 2012 and 2013, alongside Cuban actor William Levy.

Artistic trajectory

Jessica Segura has taken part in telenovelas such as Valentina, Salomé, Soñadoras, Vivo por Elena, Imperio de cristal and Velo de novia, as well as in comedy programs such as Chiquilladas, Desde Gayola and Una familia de diez, and unitarios such as Mujer, casos de la vida real, Se Vale and Club Disney México. [2]

She made her film debut in El tigre de Santa Julia and in 2008 participated in Quemar las naves by director Francisco Franco Alba.

He also had a participation in the program Guerra de chistes (War of Jokes).

She appeared in the first and second seasons of the series Una familia de diez, playing the character of Tecla. Segura married her partner Mario Pazos in 2013.

Filmography

  • Señora Acero, La Coyote (2016-2018) - Aída Franco.

  • Corazón que miente (2016) - Cirila Reyes.

  • Teresa (2010-2011) - Rosa "Rosita" Chávez Aguirre.

  • Al diablo con los guapos (2007-2008) - Kimberly.

  • Velo de novia (2003) - Nidia.

  • Salomé (2001-2002) - Estrella.

  • Soñadoras (1998-1999) - María.

  • Vivo por Elena (1998) - Marta.

  • Imperio de cristal (1994).

  • Valentina (1993).

Series

  • Burning the Ships of Francisco Franco Alba (2008).

  • The tiger of Santa Julia (2002).

  • Facenet (2012).

Bends

  • The Shallows (2016) voice of Blake Lively as Nancy Adams. and as the famous key one and key two and key three.

TV Programs

  • Se vale (2012).

  • Today (2013-present).

  • Me caigo de risa (2017).

  • Inseparable (2019).

References

[1]
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