Karina Arroyave

Karina Arroyave
Born (1969-07-16) July 16, 1969 (age 44)
Colombia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988–present

Karina Arroyave (born July 16, 1969) is a Colombian television and film actress, best known as Jamey Farrell in 24.

She has appeared in a total of 3 "dedicated teacher" films where the teacher tries to get the inner city students to want to learn (One Eight Seven, Dangerous Minds and Lean on Me). She also had a role in Crash as wife of Daniel, the Latino locksmith.

Filmography

Film/TV Show Role Year
As The World Turns Bianca Marquez Walsh 1988–1994
Gideon Oliver ASPCA girl 1989
Lean On Me Maria 1989
Falling Down Angie 1993
Blind Spot Ramona 1993
The Cowboy Way Rosa 1994
Trial By Jury Mercedes 1994
Friends At Last Ramona 1995
Dangerous Minds Josy 1995
New York Undercover Tika Santiago (1 episode) 1996
One Eight Seven Rita Martinez 1997
413 Hope St. Yolanda (1 episode) 1997
The Practice Teresa Cortez (1 episode) 1997
Shock Television Lonnie 1998
Brooklyn South N/A 1998
Law & Order Candy Pacheco (2 episodes) 1998 & 1991
In Too Deep G.G. 1999
Flawless Amber 1999
Chicago Hope Sally Barnes (1 episode) 1999
Missing Pieces Maria 2000
Judging Amy Martina Romano (1 episode) 2000
Touched by an Angel Annie Higuerra (1 episode) 2000
Strong Medicine Alicia Perez (1 episode) 2001
Family Law Sandra Ramirez (1 episode) 2001
Empire Cheena 2002
24 Jamey Farrell (11 episodes) 2001–2002
Without a Trace N/A 2003
NYPD Blue Tanya Taylor (2 episodes) 2004 & 1998
Crash Elizabeth 2005
Adrift in Manhattan Christina 2007
The Proctor Nurse 2007
Adam (Post-Production) Anna Maria 2009

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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