Tia Texada
American actor
Tia Texada
Tia Texada is an American actress and singer. She is probably best known for portraying the role of Sgt. Maritza Cruz from the American television show Third Watch and for her role as Shay on ABC Family's Huge. Texada was born in Louisiana to a reflexologist mother and an insurance agent father. She has been acting since she was young. Texada's most recent appearance was as a guest star in an episode of Chuck.
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PRO BASKETBALL; Knicks Get A Victory And Pass A Stress Test
NYTimes - over 12 years
The Knicks recorded their first victory of the season last night, with Lenny Wilkens still on the bench, with Isiah Thomas at a safe distance and with 72 hours of high anxiety behind all of them. It is likely that more drama awaits this team in the months ahead, but for one evening, the bad feelings subsided and the Knicks started to resemble the
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FILM REVIEW; The Thriller According To Mamet
NYTimes - almost 13 years
It seems unlikely that David Mamet, one of the most admired American playwrights of the past 30 years, will ever become a great filmmaker. But that may not be his ambition. On the evidence of his last few pictures -- the show-business satire ''State and Main,'' the bluntly titled ''Heist'' and now ''Spartan,'' which opens today nationwide -- Mr.
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FILM REVIEW; Tangled Up in the Laws of the Universe, if There Are Any
NYTimes - over 14 years
Like its title, Jill Sprecher's ''Thirteen Conversations About One Thing'' is both straightforward and enigmatic: four fables of modern urban dissatisfaction woven into a fabric whose pattern is enchantingly elusive. What, for instance, is the ''one thing'' this collection of morose New Yorkers is supposedly talking about? It seems intuitively
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; How Do You Redeem a Man? Take Him Out to the Ballgame
NYTimes - over 15 years
Hardball Keanu Reeves, Diane Lane, Julian Griffith, John Hawkes, Bryan C. Hearne, Michael Jordan, A. Delo Ellis Jr. Directed by Brian Robbins PG-13 110 minutes A man with a gambling problem, Conor O'Neill (Mr. Reeves) is getting bounced off walls by impatient creditors when he is offered a deal he doesn't want but can't afford to turn down if he
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FILM REVIEW; Dreaming a Dream and Paying the Price for It
NYTimes - over 15 years
All that ''Glitter'' is not gold. In fact, ''Glitter,'' the pop star Mariah Carey's feature film debut, is mostly dross, an unintentionally hilarious compendium of time-tested cinematic clich├ęs that illustrates the chasm between hopeful imitation and successful duplication. In the role of Billie Frank, Ms. Carey, filmed mostly to focus attention
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; It's Only Sex (Sanitized), Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll
NYTimes - over 16 years
Almost Famous Patrick Fugit, Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson, Frances McDormand, Jason Lee, Zooey Deschanel, Anna Paquin, Philip Seymour Hoffman Directed by Cameron Crowe R 120 minutes ''You're not out there to join the party,'' a Rolling Stone editor tells the journalist William Miller (Mr. Fugit). ''We already have one Hunter Thompson.'' Having never
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FILM REVIEW; Fragile: Handle With Dreams
NYTimes - over 16 years
''Nurse Betty'' takes the most hackneyed dramatic ploy of soap opera, a case of amnesia, and spins it into an irresistibly heady mixture of sadness and hilarity. At its giddiest peaks the movie, directed by Neil LaBute, produces that shivery feeling when your heart melts but at the same moment you want to burst out laughing. This whimsical
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tia Texada
    TWENTIES
  • 1998
    Age 26
    She also played at the Lilith Fair tour in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details She has lent her voice to TV's Static Shock as well as many television commercials. She played the voice of Isabel Vasquez in the TV movie Firebreather. She has also done layouts for magazines, and has been featured in FHM. She is currently the voice of Elena Validus from Ben 10: Ultimate Alien as Alyssa Diaz's voice double. She appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man, where she is (accidentally) stripped out of her top by Peter Parker.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on December 14, 1971.
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