Erika Buenfil
Actress
Erika Buenfil
Erika Buenfil is a Mexican actress best known for her work in telenovelas. Buenfil has also enjoyed minor success as a recording artist.
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¡No más violencia! - La Prensa (OEM)
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"Duele el corazón con lo que está pasando en Monterrey", Erika Buenfil. "Deseo de todo corazón que las cosas mejoren en Monterrey. Espero que este fin de semana a quienes vayan a ver Mentiras puedan sonreir", Mauricio Martínez
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Erika Buenfil regresa al teatro mexicano. Con Alex Kaffie - RadioFórmula
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La reconocida actriz mexicana Erika Buenfil confirmó que está ensayando su papel para la obra "Mujer busca hombre impotente para ser feliz", que estará bajo la producción de Rubén Lara. La reconocida actriz mexicana Erika Buenfil confirmó que está
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''Chespirito'' ofrecerá videochat el próximo 10 de agosto - Informador.com.mx
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Rebecca de Alba, Andrea Legarreta, Erika Buenfil, Plutarco Haza, el productor Reynaldo López, Alfonso Herrera, Galilea Montijo, Adal Ramones, Facundo, Billy Rovzar y el presidente del Grupo Televisa, Emilio Azcárraga Jean, son algunas de las
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TRIUNFO DEL AMOR: TAN EFECTIVA QUE NO TIENE PIERDE - El Informante
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Victoria, completamente desamparada y sin trabajo, encuentra apoyo en Antonieta (Erika Buenfil), quien la ayuda a tener a su hija, María; juntas trabajan en el taller de costura de Humberto Padilla (Salvador Pineda). Victoria y Antonieta procuran por
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Da toda una cátedra del amor - El Porvenir
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A lo largo de la conferencia salen a relucir otros personajes como Marcelo Ebrard, Elba Esther Gordillo, Rosario Robles, La Gaviota, Erika Buenfil, Adela Noriega, La Chule, y por supuesto el expresidente Miguel Alemán
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Lo mejor y lo peor de "Triunfo Del Amor" - Univisión
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Por supuesto, este chisme no podía guardárselo y se contó todo a su amiga Antonieta (Erika Buenfil). María Desamparada no sólo perdonó a Victoria sino que también agradeció a Antonieta por haberla apoyado y querido desde pequeña
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El videohome, género despreciado en México - Filmeweb
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Lorena Herrara, Francis, Paty Álvarez, Charly Valentino Pepe Magaña, Diana Golden, Manuel Ojeda, Alberto Estrella, Maribel Guardia, Luis Gatica, Lina Santos, Edna Bolkan, Fernando Sainz, Ernesto Laguardia, Erika Buenfil y Lucero, solo por citar algunos
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Probé la libertad y me gustó: Erika Buenfil. Con Flor Rubio - RadioFórmula
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Luego de que la telenovela "Triunfo del Amor" concluyera, la actriz Erika Buenfil, dijo tener varios nuevos proyectos pero aun nada concreto. Luego de que la telenovela "Triunfo del Amor" concluyera, la actriz Erika Buenfil, dijo tener varios nuevos
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Lo que sigue después de Triunfo del amor - Esmas.com (Comunicado de prensa)
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... es que a todos ya se les extraña en casa, como a Erika Buenfil, que su hijo ya la reclama: "Ya me extraña, ya tiene ganas de verme en jeans, desmaquillada, como que ahorita me ve, pero prefiere a su mamá en casa", finalizó la actriz
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Triunfa el amor de William Levy y Maite Perroni - Terra México
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Carmen Salinas, Pablo Montero, Livia Brito, Erika Buenfil, Vicente Fernández Jr., Alberto Angel 'El Cuervo', César Évora, Victoria Ruffo, Mónica Ayos, Miguel Pizarro, Diego Olivera y el futbolista Cuauhtémoc Blanco, se reunieron en la ex hacienda de
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También se transmitirá el final del ''Triunfor del amor'' en internet - Informador.com.mx
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En el elenco de esta producción también están: Victoria Ruffo, Daniela Romo, Carmen Salinas, Manuel "Flaco" Ibáñez, Pablo Montero, Osvaldo Ríos, Erika Buenfil, Guillermo García Cantú, Diego Olivera y Vicente Fernández hijo, además del futbolista
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Se reúne el elenco de 'Triunfo del amor' - Informador.com.mx
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Este jueves Carmen Salinas, Pablo Montero, Livia Brito, Erika Buenfil, Vicente Fernández Jr., Alberto Angel "El Cuervo", César Evora, Victoria Ruffo, Mónica Ayos, Miguel Pizarro, Diego Olivera y el futbolista Cuauhtémoc Blanco, se reunieron en la ex
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Los mejores chismes del día - 23 de Junio - Terra.com
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Fueron casi 11 meses que convivió todos los días con William Levy, Maite Perroni, Osvaldo Ríos, Erika Buenfil, César Évora con quien hizo buen amistad. La actriz reveló que su hijo José Eduardo debutará como actor en un proyecto de Pedro Damián,
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Erika Buenfil muestra foto de su hijo con 'El Cuau' - TVNotas
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En este caso nos robó el corazón ver la fotografía del hijo de Erika Buenfil (46 años), Nicolás, con el futbolista Cuauhtémoc Blanco (de 38). Desde su red social Twitter, Erika mostró algunas fotografías del set de la telenovela 'El Triunfo del Amor'
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Triunfarán contra el cáncer - Filmeweb
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Maite Perroni, César Évora, Erika Buenfil y Diego Olivera acudieron hoy al Instituto Nacional de Cancerología para entregar equipo nuevo y reforzar la campaña de prevención del cáncer de mama que realiza la telenovela “Triunfo del amor”
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Festividad del Padre un día normal para mi hijo: Buenfil. Con Flor Rubio - RadioFórmula
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Erika Buenfil subrayó que desde el principio le había quedado claro que su hijo Nicolás tiene un papá pero no está con ellos, "entonces el niño tiene que sentirse fuerte y sí en mí está darle esa fortaleza y esa seguridad, voy a estar ahí siempre"
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Festejará Montijo cumpleaños 38 con la conducción de "Jalisco en vivo" - RadioFórmula
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En 1999 participó en la telenovela "Tres mujeres", protagonizada por Karyme Lozano, Erika Buenfil y Norma Herrera. Galilea tuvo a su cargo el papel de "Maricruz". Al año siguiente, formó parte del elenco de la telenovela "El precio de tu amor",
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Erika Buenfil
    FIFTIES
  • 2015
    Age 50
    In 2015, Buenfil returns to television with a stellar role in A que no me dejas, a remake of the telenovela she leaded 26 years before; Amor en silencio.
    More Details Hide Details She will be reunited with Arturo Peniche who was her partner in the successful telenovela they starred in 1989.
    In August 22, 2015 she performed in the Symphony Broadway Theater, acting as Fabiola in "Infidelidades" next to Laura Flores, Alfredo Adame, Natasha Dupeyron, and Omar Fierro.
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  • FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 49
    In 2014, Buenfil returns to television with a stellar role in La Gata, following her successful performance in Amores Verdaderos.
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  • 2013
    Age 48
    Amores Verdaderos debuted in prime time to high ratings in Mexico and because of its success, the network extended the run of the telenovela until May 2013.
    More Details Hide Details For the role of Victoria Balvanera Gil de Brizz, Erika won the TVyNovelas award for best lead actress.
  • 2012
    Age 47
    In June 2012, after an exhausting casting battle over the lead role in the telenovela Amores Verdaderos, Erika Buenfil was selected as the heroine.
    More Details Hide Details This marked her comeback as the lead star of a telenovela after eight years of not having a lead role. Her last one was in Corazones al Limite in 2004. Other actresses who fought for the role were Rebecca Jones, Victoria Ruffo, Maribel Guardia, and Olivia Collins.
  • 2010
    Age 45
    In 2010, Erika had a secondary role in "El Triunfo del Amor."
    More Details Hide Details This role was Erika's last before she returned to starring roles.
  • 2008
    Age 43
    In 2008. she joined the cast of another Osorio's telenovela Tormenta en el Paraiso.
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  • 2007
    Age 42
    On July 10, 2007, Erika Buenfil's mother Maria Martha died after complications from a rare disease that affected her heart.
    More Details Hide Details Buenfil revealed that the father of her child is the son of Mexican ex-president Ernesto Zedillo. When asked how her relationship with the father of her child is, "It does not exist. Doesn't know where he is, he knows nothing." • 1.- Despertar al Amor – Despertar al Amor – Despertar al Amor • 2.- Se Busca un Corazón – Ya no te Amo más – El Amor es un niño pequeño – Esa Balada de Amor – Se busca un Corazón – El Engaño – Perdóname – Tras de Ti – Jamas – Es como un Sueño – Llorando por El • 3.- Soy Mujer – Tu Amor a medias no me Interesa – La Noche no es para Mí – Crucero Mediterráneo – Amarte – Ramito de Violetas – Pon Otra vez ese Disco – La Moda Juvenil – Groenlandia – Soy Mujer – Sin Amor
  • 2006
    Age 41
    In 2006, Erika had an important role as the mother of the heroine in Duelo De Pasiones produced by Marisols producer Juan Osorio, and starring Ludwika Paleta and Pablo Montero.
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  • 2005
    Age 40
    In 2005 Erika became a mother, having given birth to Nicolás De Jesús.
    More Details Hide Details Controversy followed when the press pressured Erika to mention the name of the child's father, which Erika refused. She appeared in many TV shows such as Cristina and Don Francisco Presenta, where she talked about the hardships on being a single mother in the TV industry, but she was going through the happiest moment of her life being a mother to her child.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 39
    In 2004, Erika starred in "Corazones Al Limite."
    More Details Hide Details This telenovela was memorable because it reunited the Amor en silencio stars as lovers for the first time in 16 years. That same year Buenfil also had a small role as a villain in Amarte Es Mi Pecado.
  • 2000
    Age 35
    In 2000 Erika had a special participation in the children novela Carita De Angel.
    More Details Hide Details In 2001 Buenfil started working on a new novela, Asi Son Ellas. Originally, Victoria Ruffo was also tapped to work on the novela, but controversy started regarding who would carry the first billing and eventually Victoria withdrew from the project. The novela was not very successful in part because of the difficult afternoon schedule and because Televisa did not promote it well, delaying over a year to air it in Mexico.
  • 1999
    Age 34
    The next year in 1999, Erika found herself headlining the cast of the novela Tres Mujeres, where she shared the lead with Karyme Lozano and Jorge Salinas, in their first starring roles.
    More Details Hide Details Even though Televisa placed the novela in a non-prime time slot, Tres Mujeres delivered better than the network's other primetime soaps. The show covered previous taboo issues in Latin American TV, such as homosexuality and adultery. The role of Barbara was also the first time Erika played a mature woman who committed infidelity. Due to the success of the novela, the cast of Tres Mujeres was asked to continue working on the novela, even though filming had ended. Eventually the novela lasted over 8 months (whereas most novelas last a little over 4 months).
  • 1998
    Age 33
    After the success of Marisol, Erika Buenfil did some theater, made a special appearance in her friend Laura Flores' vehicle El Alma No Tiene Color, and was offered various scripts, including starring in 1998's La Usurpadora.
    More Details Hide Details She declined and the role went to Venezuelan Gabriela Spanic.
  • 1995
    Age 30
    By the end of 1995, Erika had been absent from the TV screen for over 4 years.
    More Details Hide Details However, her fortunes changed for her when she went to Televisa to ask for better treatment at the company. Her voice was heard and producer Juan Osorio wanted her to star in his upcoming production of Marisol alongside Eduardo Santamarina, in his first starring role. To the surprise of many, Marisol was a great hit with audiences, thanks to the great chemistry between the lead actors. Marisol was the typical Cinderella-type story, criticized by many, but that brought much success. The success of the telenovela was such that Buenfil and Santamarina went on a promotional tour of various Latin American countries.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Age 28
    In 1993, she was being considered for the lead role of Monica in the epic novela Corazón salvaje, but the role went to Edith González.
    More Details Hide Details Erika was offered the part of the antagonist "Aimee," but initially refused it. In 1996, Erika admitted in El Show de Cristina that she refused the role because she wanted to be the star and did not want to accept a secondary role. She said that she changed her mind over the weekend, but when she called the producer Jose Rendón, she was told that the role had already been given to actress Ana Colchero. Buenfil began to find it difficult to receive new roles. Among the roles that she coveted was as the protagonist of Morir Dos Veces, another Jose Rendon production, starring Eduardo Palomo (the male star of Corazon Salvaje). Again, Erika ended up losing a part because Palomo was pushing for his wife actress, the almost unknown Carina Ricco to star in the novela. The novela was an instant flop.
  • 1991
    Age 26
    After her success with Amor en silencio, Erika Buenfil took a few years off from telenovelas before returning in 1991 in Vida Robada, alongside Sergio Goyri and Cynthia Klitbo.
    More Details Hide Details The telenovela had some success, but after it ended Erika disappeared from the spotlight once again.
  • 1989
    Age 24
    Amor en silencio was the most awarded telenovela of the year winning Best Telenovela and Best Actress for Erika Buenfil on 1989's TVyNovela awards.
    More Details Hide Details During this time, Buenfil's popularity had grown and her status as telenovela actress was at its highest, making appearances in many entertainment magazines and on TV shows.
  • 1986
    Age 21
    The following year in 1986 Erika Buenfil starred in El Engaño, alongside Frank Moro, Guillermo Garcia Cantu, and Luz Maria Jerez.
    More Details Hide Details Two years later in 1988, Buenfil appeared in Amor en silencio. This was her third starring role and the most memorable. Erika played two characters; Marisela in the first half, and Ana in the second half of the telenovela. Her leading men were Arturo Peniche and Omar Fierro. Amor en silencio, produced by Carla Estrada, became an instant hit due to the cast and the well-written story-line. However, her character was killed in a surprise twist during one episode. The story continued with plot moving 12 years after and emerged with Buenfil reappearring in the story, now playing the teenage daughter of her former murdered character.
  • 1985
    Age 20
    The success of the novela gave Erika her first starring role in 1985 in Angelica where she played the title character.
    More Details Hide Details At this point she became recognizable in Latin America thanks to her success in novelas and hosting the Mexican show XETU.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1983
    Age 18
    In 1983 Erika played role of Vicky de Martino in El Maleficio.
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  • 1981
    Age 16
    An outstanding role was Cristina del Junco in the telenovela El derecho de nacer in 1981, which gave Erika international exposure as an upcoming young actress.
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  • 1977
    Age 12
    Her first telenovela appearance was in 1977 in Acompañame.
    More Details Hide Details More roles followed in Ambicion, alongside Edith Gonzalez, Conflictos de un Medico alongside Victoria Ruffo, Aprendiendo a Amar alongside Susana Dosamantes.
  • OTHER
  • 1962
    Age -3
    Born on November 23, 1962.
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