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Ariel for Best Actress

The Ariel Award for Best Actress (Spanish Ariel a Mejor Actriz) is a Mexican Academy of Film Award.[1] It was awarded twice in 1947, then annually from 1948 through 1958, was not awarded from 1959 through 1971, and has been awarded annually since 1972.[2] The award recognizes excellence in acting by a lead actress in Mexican cinema. It is considered the most prestigious award in the Mexican movie industry.

Winners and Candidates

1940s

In 1947, two ceremonies were held

1950s

  • 1950 Marga LópezSalon Mexico as Mercedes Gomez
    • Carmen Montejolate in the afternoon as Catalina Prado Mendoza
    • Rosario GranadosThe pain of the Children as Virginia
  • 1954 Dolores del RíoThe Child and the Fog and Marta
    • Marga LópezA Divorce as Cristina
    • Laura HidalgoThe Three Perfect Married as Ada
  • 1958 Silvia Pinal -The Sweet Enemy as 'Lucrecia'
    • Marga LópezHappy new year, Love me as Mary
    • Marilú ElizagaThe Cult Lady as Antonia

' in 1958 was the last delivery of Ariel in the decade since the ceremony would be suspended 14 years. In 1972 it would resume the delivery of Ariel. '


1970s

  • 1972 Rita MacedoYou, me, us
  • 1973 Lucha VillaMechanics National as 'Isabel'
  • 1976 Rocío Bambrilaanyway you Juan Llamas
    • Patricia Aspillagaanyway you Juan Llamas
    • Diana BrachoProceedings of Marusia as Luisa
  • 1977 Martha NavarroThe Passion According Berenice as 'Berenice Bejarano'
    • María RojoThe Apando as Meche
    • Leonor LlausásThe Poquianchis as Delfa
  • 1979 Adriana RoelAnacrusis as 'Victory'

1980–present

Year Winner Film
XXII 1980 Norma Herrera Fuego en el mar
XXIII 1981 Helena Rojo Misterio
XXIV 1982 Ninón Sevilla Noche de carnaval
XXV 1983 Beatriz Sheridan Confidencias
XXVI 1984 Isela Vega La viuda negra
XXVII 1985 Ofelia Medina Frida
XXVIII 1986 Patricia Reyes Spíndola Los motivos de Luz
XXIX 1987 Blanca Guerra El Imperio de la fortuna
XXX 1988 Blanca Guerra Das difciles
XXX 1988 María Rojo Lo que importa es vivir
XXXI 1989 Delia Casanova Mentiras piadosas
XXXII 1990 Lourdes Elizarrars La ciudad al desnudo
XXXIII 1991 María Rojo Rojo amanecer
XXXIV 1992 Regina Torn Como agua para chocolate
XXXV 1993 Beatriz Aguirre Los aos de Greta
XXXVI 1994 Luca Muoz Principio y fin
XXXVII 1995 Margarita Sanz El callejn de los milagros
XXXVIII 1996 Patricia Reyes Spíndola La reina de la noche
XXXIX 1997 Regina Orozco Profundo carmes
XL 1998 Leticia Huijara Por si no te vuelvo a ver
XLI 1999 Blanca Guerra Un embrujo
XLII 2000 Susana Zabaleta Sexo, pudor y lgrimas
XLIII 2001 Ximena Ayala Perfume de violetas (nadie te oye)
XLIII 2001 Ana Bertha Espín Su alteza serensima
XLIV 2002 Maya Zapata De la calle
XLV 2003 Carmen Beato Aro Tolbukhin (En la mente del asesino)
XLVI 2004 Rosa Mara Bianchi Nicotina
XLVII 2005 Danny Perea Temporada de patos
XLVIII 2006 Mayahuel del Monte Noticias lejanas
XLIX 2007 Maribel Verdú
Elizabeth Cervantes
El laberinto del fauno
Ms que a nada en el mundo
L 2008 Irene Azuela Quemar las naves
LI 2009 Irene Azuela Bajo la sal
LII 2010 Asur Zgada Backyard, El Traspatio
LIII 2011 Mónica del Carmen Año bisiesto
LIV 2012 Magda Vizcaíno Martha
LV 2013 Úrsula Pruneda El sueño de Lú

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