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María Adánez

María Adánez
Born María Adánez Almenara
(1976-03-12) 12 March 1976 (age 38)
Murcia, Spain

María Adánez Almenara (born 12 March 1976) is a Spanish actress, director, writer and producer.[1]

Life and career

Adánez most popular work includes Pepa y Pepe, Farmacia de guardia, and Aquí no hay quien viva.[1] Now is filming her first work as writer, director and producer 5ºB Escalera Dcha.[2]

Filmography

  • My Life In Ruins (2009)
  • Dot.Com (2007)
  • El Espantatiburones (2004)
  • Tiovivo c. 1950 (2004)
  • Descongélate (2003)
  • El lápiz del carpintero (2003)
  • X (2002)
  • Todo menos la chica (2002)
  • Tiempos de azúcar (2001)
  • Rewind (1999)
  • Entre las piernas (1999)
  • El grito en el cielo (1998)
  • Cha-cha-chá (1998)
  • Perdón, perdón (1998)
  • El tiempo de la felicidad (1997)
  • Corazón loco (1997)
  • La ley de la frontera (1995)
  • Los peores años de nuestra vida (1994)
  • El vuelo de la paloma (1989)
  • El rey del mambo (1989)
  • Mar brava (1983)
  • El crack II (1983)
  • El currante (1983)
  • Vivir mañana (1983)
  • Loca por el circo (1982)
  • Cabo de vara (1978)

Television series

  • Farmacia de guardia (1991)
  • Pepa y Pepe (1994)
  • Menudo es mi padre (1996)
  • Los negocios de mamá (1997)
  • Ellas son así (1999)
  • Javier ya no vive solo (2002)
  • Aquí no hay quien viva (2003–2006)
  • Círculo rojo (2007)
  • Estados alterados (2008-2010)
  • El secreto del Puente Viejo(2011)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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