Katy Jurado
Mexican actor
Katy Jurado
Katy Jurado, was a Mexican actress who had a successful film career both in Mexico and in Hollywood. Jurado had already established herself as an actress in Mexico in the 1940s when she came to Hollywood, becoming a regular in Western films of the 1950s and 1960s.
Biography
Katy Jurado's personal information overview.
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Lo llamaban Alejandro - Diario El Mundo de Córdoba (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
En La Viuda de Montiel (´79), rodada en Tlacotalpan, Littin lo hace alternar con Geraldine Chaplin, Nelson Villagra y Katy Jurado y otros veinte. En el Tv drama alemán de 1976, Die Frau des Reporters, actúa con la legendaria Marthe Keller,
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High noon (A la hora señalada) - Analítica.com
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Más adelante, iniciado en la fase adulta de mi vida, lo que más me gustaba de la película -aparte de Katy Jurado: una mujeraza: los gustos cambian- fue la inteligencia demostrada por Will para derrotar a los pistoleros. Sabiéndose solo, en lugar de
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Cada vez son más - El Occidental
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Entre las películas que ha realizado está "Bandidas", "Spy Kids 3", "El mexicano" y "Traffic", es una de las tres mexicanas que han sido nominadas al Oscar, al lado de Katy Jurado en 1954 y Adriana Barraza en 2006. Actualmente roda "Savage" junto a
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Espacio Cultural - El Sol de Cuernavaca
Google News - over 5 years
Rebecca está sin duda frente a uno de sus retos histriónicos más importantes; la noticia es que salió airosa del compromiso, por lo que su actuación es tan memorable como las de Virginia Lago en Argentina, Katy Jurado en Broadway, Amparo Rivelles en
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Murió el actor Guillermo Zarur - TVNotas
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En telenovelas participó al lado de Lucero en 'Lazos de Amor', mientras que en 'Te Sigo Amando' formó parte del elenco con actores de la talla de Sergio Goyri, Katy Jurado, Olivia Collins, Marga López y María Rojo. Las huellas de sus manos yacen en
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Un audaz mexicano en Hollywood - Esto
Google News - over 5 years
Jaime Aymerich, quien tuvo en la desaparecida Katy Jurado a una maestra y ejemplo a seguir, con quien compartió set cinematográfico en la cinta "Un secreto de Esperanza", no quita el dedo del renglón para ser parte del elenco de la nueva novela de
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Rebecca Jones montará en teatro 'Matrimonio a la Italiana' - Terra México
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Esta heroína, Filomena, ha sido llevada al teatro, la televisión y el cine en diversas adaptaciones para grandes figuras. - Esta obra se llamó en Broadway, The Best House en Naples o Filumena, y fue protagonizada por Katy Jurado en 1956
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Recordarán a Katy Jurado en 'Filomena Marturano' - Azteca Noticias
Google News - over 5 years
Katy Jurado, quien fue la primera mexicana en ser nominada al Oscar en la categoría de Mejor Actriz de Reparto por su participación en la película 'Lanza rota', será recordada con el próximo estreno de la obra 'Filomena Marturano'
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“El western plantea grandes problemas ético-políticos que tienen que ver con ... - Rebelión
Google News - over 5 years
Se me vienen a la cabeza las siguientes: La Helen Ramírez que interpreta Katy Jurado en Sólo ante el Peligro, la Vienna interpretada por Joan Crawford en Johny Guitar; la Julie Maragon de Horizontes de Grandeza encarnada por Jean Simmons;
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Producirá Tina Galindo la obra Amor a la italiana - Milenio.com
Google News - over 5 years
De igual forma fue traducida para Broadway con el nombre The Best House en Naples o Filumena en 1956 con Katy Jurado, de la cual se realizaron sólo 3 representaciones. • Filomena Marturano también tuvo otra versión fílmica en 1950, fue rodada en
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Close Up Clásico: Pedro Armendáriz - Filmeweb
Google News - over 5 years
1953, Luis Buñuel lo llamó para filmar “El bruto”, y estuvo acompañado de gente como Katy Jurado, Andrés Soler, y aunque no fue un trancazo de taquilla, recibió muy buenos comentarios; de hecho, es una de las cintas más celebradas del cineasta andaluz
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Western to be shown at King Opera House - Van Buren Press Argus-Courier
Google News - over 5 years
Supporting actors are Lloyd Bridges, Henry Morgan, Katy Jurado, Jack Elam and Sheb Wooley. The $5 ticket price includes more than just the classic western, Ross said. For 30 minutes prior to the movie, western music will be provided by local
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Reconocen a periodistas de Comondú - El Sudcaliforniano
Google News - over 5 years
... entre muchos y realizando las ultimas entrevistas impresas del Indio Fernández, Tito Guizar, Sofía Álvarez, Pedro Vargas, y Katy Jurado, los presidentes Fox y Salinas de Gortari, convirtiéndose en el reportero de Espectáculos más brillante
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¡Ver para creer! Sara Montiel hará topless a los 83 años - Vanguardia.com.mx
Google News - over 5 years
Recordemos que esta actriz es una de las pocas sobrevivientes de la Época de Oro del Cine Mexicano, quien cuanta con más de 50 películas y junto a grandes actores de la pantalla grande Agustín Lara, Arturo de Córdova, Pedro Infante, Katy Jurado,
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Setenta años - Diario de Sevilla
Google News - almost 6 years
... en un tiroteo y va caminando a trompicones hacia un lago y se sienta sobre una roca para esperar la muerte, mientras la mujer que le ama, la maravillosa Katy Jurado, le sigue a unos pasos de distancia con un rifle en la mano y lágrimas en los ojos
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Espejo retrovisor: Se exponen las bellezas del cine mexicano - Filmeweb
Google News - almost 6 years
Es curioso que haya tres actrices de las cuales hay dos imágenes: la chiapaneca Amanda Del Llano, una de jovencita y otra ya madura; Meche (Mercedes) Barba; y de Katy Jurado, si bien las de ésta son en carteles pequeños, una con el cubano César Romero
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María Rojo participaría en remake "Te sigo amando". Con Javier Poza - RadioFórmula
Google News - almost 6 years
Una de las actrices que ha sido llamada para un personaje en el melodrama se encuentra la actriz María Rojo quien haría el papel que hizo en su momento en "Te sigo amando", la fallecida actriz Katy Jurado. Aunque aún no está confirmada la participación
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Katy Jurado
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2002
    Age 78
    In 2002 she made her final film appearance in Un secreto de Esperanza.
    More Details Hide Details The film was released posthumously after the Jurado's death. Jurado's first husband was the Mexican actor Victor Velázquez (the stepfather of the Mexican actresses Tere and Lorena Velázquez). With Velázquez she had two children, Víctor Hugo and Sandra. Early in her career in Hollywood, Jurado had affairs with the filmmaker Budd Boetticher, and Tyrone Power. Marlon Brando was smitten with Jurado after seeing her in High Noon. They met when Brando was filming in Mexico Viva Zapata! He was involved at the time with Movita Castaneda and was having a parallel relationship with Rita Moreno. Brando told Joseph L. Mankiewicz that he was attracted to "her enigmatic eyes, black as hell, pointing at you like fiery arrows". Jurado recalled years later in an interview that Marlon called me one night for a date, and I accepted. I knew all about Movita. I knew he had a thing for Rita Moreno. Hell, it was just a date. I didn't plan to marry him. However, their first date became the beginning of an extended affair that lasted many years and peaked at the time they worked together on One-Eyed Jacks (1960), a film directed by Brando. Jurado commented:: He has been my close friend. I say that Marlon and I have been true friends of the soul, we speak soul to soul.
  • 1998
    Age 74
    In 1998, the Mexican composer Juan Gabriel dedicated a song to Jurado called Que re'chula es Katy (What a beauty is Katy).
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    In 1998, she completed a timely Spanish-language film for director Arturo Ripstein called El Evangelio de las Maravillas, about a millennium sect.
    More Details Hide Details She won the best supporting Actress Silver Ariel for this role. Jurado had a cameo in the film The Hi-Lo Country by the filmmaker Stephen Frears, who called her his "lucky charm" for his first Western.
  • 1992
    Age 68
    In 1992, she was honored with the Golden Boot Award for her notable contribution to the Western genre.
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  • 1984
    Age 60
    In 1984, she acted in the film Under the Volcano, directed by John Huston.
    More Details Hide Details In the same year she co-starred in the short-lived television series a.k.a. Pablo, a situation comedy series for ABC, with Paul Rodriguez. In the 1990s Jurado appeared in two Mexican Telenovelas.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1980
    Age 56
    In 1980 Jurado filmed La Seducción (1980), directed by Arturo Ripstein.
    More Details Hide Details Ripstein said about Jurado: "her face seems formidable, has a tragic dimension exceptional in the Mexican Cinema, and really a splendid actress. She's like Anna Magnani, but flavored tequila and lemon." Tragedy struck when her son died in an automobile accident in 1981 at the age of 35 while she was filming the movie Barrio de campeones.
  • 1978
    Age 54
    In 1978 she played a small role in the film The Children of Sanchez (1978), opposite Anthony Quinn and Dolores del Rio.
    More Details Hide Details Jurado also reappeared on television frequently in the 1970s. She made guest appearances on such shows as Playhouse Theatre and The Rifleman.
  • FORTIES
  • 1974
    Age 50
    In 1974 Jurado filmed the American film Once Upon a Scoundrel (1974), opposite the American comedian Zero Mostel.
    More Details Hide Details During the rest of the decade Jurado participates in several films of complaint and social criticism in Mexico like Los albañiles (1975), again directed by Jorge Fons. The film was awarded with the Golden Bear of the Berlinale 1975. In 1976 appears in the role of Chuchupe in the film Pantaleón y Las Visitadoras (1976) directed by Mario Vargas Llosa (author of the novel).
  • 1973
    Age 49
    In 1973 Jurado starred on Broadway again in the Tennessee Williams stage play The Red Devil Battery Sign, with Anthony Quinn and Claire Bloom.
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  • 1972
    Age 48
    In 1972 she starred in Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, directed by Sam Peckinpah, played the role of the wife of the actor Slim Pickens.
    More Details Hide Details Jurado received one of her best dramatic roles in the last episode of the Mexican film Fé, Esperanza y Caridad (1973). Directed by Jorge Fons, Jurado was cast as Eulogia "La Camota", a lower-class woman who suffers a series of bureaucratic abuse to claim the remains of her dead husband. For this role she won her second Silver Ariel Award of the Mexican Cinema. Jurado recognized this character as her best performance.
  • 1970
    Age 46
    In 1970 Jurado filmed the Hollywood film production The Bridge in the Jungle, opposite John Huston.
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  • 1968
    Age 44
    In 1968, she moved back to Mexico permanently.
    More Details Hide Details She took up residence in the city of Cuernavaca.
  • 1966
    Age 42
    In 1966, she played the mother of George Maharis in A Covenant with Death.
    More Details Hide Details That same year she reprised her "High Noon" role in a TV pilot called "The Clock Strikes Noon Again". As her career in the U.S. began to wind down, she was reduced to appearing in the movie Stay Away, Joe (1968), playing the half-Apache stepmother of Elvis Presley.
  • 1965
    Age 41
    Jurado returned to Hollywood in 1965, with the film Smoky, directed by George Sherman, with Fess Parker.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1961
    Age 37
    In 1961, Jurado returned to Mexico.
    More Details Hide Details She filmed Y dios la llamó Tierra (1961) and La Bandida (1962), with the Mexican cinema stars María Félix, Pedro Armendáriz and Emilio Fernández.
    In 1961 she starred in Dino de Laurentiis Italian productions like Barabbas with Borgnine, Anthony Quinn, Jack Palance and the Italian actors Silvana Mangano and Vittorio Gassman, and I braganti Italiani, directed by Mario Camerini, again with Borgnine and Gassman.
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  • 1959
    Age 35
    In 1959 she filmed The Badlanders, with Ernest Borgnine and Alan Ladd, and worked with Marlon Brando in the film One-Eyed Jacks.
    More Details Hide Details In the film, Jurado played the role of Karl Malden's wife, and mother of the young Mexican actress Pina Pellicer.
  • 1957
    Age 33
    She made guest television appearances in a 1957 episode of Playhouse Drama and in a 1959 episode of The Rifleman as gambler Julia Massini (Andueza) in "The Boarding House", written and directed by Sam Peckinpah.
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  • 1956
    Age 32
    In 1956 Jurado debuted on Broadway, playing Filomena Marturano with Raf Vallone.
    More Details Hide Details Eventually she participated in a series of westerns like Man from Del Rio, opposite the also Mexican actor Anthony Quinn, and Dragoon Wells Massacre with Barry Sullivan.
  • 1955
    Age 31
    In 1955 Jurado filmed Trial, directed by Mark Robson, with Glenn Ford and Arthur Kennedy.
    More Details Hide Details It was a drama about a Mexican boy accused of raping a white girl, with Jurado playing the mother of the accused. For this role she was again nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress. In the same year she traveled to Italy for the filming of Trapeze, directed by Carol Reed, with Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 30
    In 1954 Jurado appeared with Kirk Douglas and Cesar Romero in the Henry Hathaway's film The Racers, filmed in France, Italy and Spain.
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  • 1953
    Age 29
    In 1953 she starred in Luis Buñuel's box-office success El Bruto, with Pedro Armendáriz, for which she received an Silver Ariel Award (The Mexican Academy Award) as Best Supporting Actress.
    More Details Hide Details She also acted in English-language films produced in Mexico, such as El Corazón y La Espada (1953, opposite Cesar Romero) and Mujeres del Paraíso (1954, opposite Dan O'Herlihy). The same year she had a role in Arrowhead with Charlton Heston and Jack Palance, playing an evil Comanche woman, the love-interest of Heston's character. In 1954, the also Mexican actress Dolores del Río was chosen to play Spencer Tracy's Comanche wife and the mother of Robert Wagner's character in the film Broken Lance, directed by Edward Dmytryk. However del Río was accused of being a communist during the McCarthy era. Then Jurado was chosen for the role despite the resistance of the studio because of her youth. But after viewing footage of her scenes, studio executives were impressed. Her performance garnered an Academy Award nomination (a distinction shared by only two other Mexican actresses since then: Salma Hayek as Best Actress in 2002 for Frida, and Adriana Barraza as Best Supporting Actress in 2006 for Babel).
  • 1951
    Age 27
    However, Boetticher, who was also a professional bullfighter, cast Jurado in his 1951 film Bullfighter and the Lady, opposite Gilbert Roland as the wife of an aging matador.
    More Details Hide Details At that time she had very limited English language skills, and memorized and delivered her lines phonetically. Despite this handicap, her strong performance brought her to the attention of Hollywood producer Stanley Kramer, who cast her in the classic Western High Noon, starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly. Jurado quickly learned to speak English for the role, studying and taking classes two hours a day for two months. She delivered a powerful performance as the saloon owner "Helen Ramírez", former love of reluctant hero Will Kane (played by Gary Cooper), in one of the most memorable films of the era. She earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and gained widespread notice in the American movie industry. Despite her Hollywood success in the early 1950s, Jurado continued to act in Mexican productions.
  • 1946
    Age 22
    Velázquez and Jurado were married until 1946.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1943
    Age 19
    In 1943 she had her first success with her third film, La vida inútil de Pito Pérez, with comedian Manuel Medel.
    More Details Hide Details Considered by many as the best Mexican picaresque novel, the film was directed by Miguel Contreras Torres. Others of her outstanding performances were Hay lugar para... dos (1946), with the popular Mexican actor David Silva, and Nosotros los pobres (1948), directed by Ismael Rodríguez and with the popular Mexican actor and singer Pedro Infante. In addition to acting, Jurado worked as a movie columnist, radio reporter and bullfight critic to support her family. She was on assignment when the filmmaker Budd Boetticher and actor John Wayne spotted her at a bullfight. Neither knew at the time that she was an actress.
    Jurado began her acting career in Mexico in 1943.
    More Details Hide Details During the 1940s and early 1950s, during the called Golden Age of Mexican cinema, Jurado achieved a great popularity, playing villainous "femme fatale" characters in various Mexican films. In 1951 she was discovered in Mexico by the filmmaker Budd Boetticher and began her career in Hollywood in the film The Bullfighter & the Lady. Her quality as an actress and her exotic beauty, attracted the attention of Hollywood producers. Since then, she became in a regular actress in Western films of the 1950s and 1960s. She worked in many classics of the genre like High Noon (1952), Arrowhead (1953), Broken Lance (1954), One-Eyed Jacks (1960), and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973), among others. She became the first Latin American actress nominated for an Academy Award, as Best Supporting Actress for her work in 1954's Broken Lance, and was the first to win a Golden Globe Award in 1952's High Noon.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Age 0
    Born on January 16, 1924.
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