Maricruz Nájera is a 81 years old female from Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. Maricruz is most well known for acting, and has 7 known credits, of which 4 are movies, and 3 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Maricruz Nájera’s movies you should definitely watch Emiliano Zapata (1970) Maricruz has worked on!
The best rated movie Maricruz Nájera has been a part of is the war, action, drama, history movie Emiliano Zapata, where they had the role of . It has a rating 7.0 on IMDb.
El patrullero 777 has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb . Maricruz Nájera worked on this comedy movie as Vecina de hombre suicida (uncredited).
In Crónica de un desayuno Maricruz Nájera was worked as Toast the Knowing. This movie has a rating on 5.3 on IMDb.
This comedy, drama, war movie has a rating on 7.9 on IMDb. In El Quelite Maricruz Nájera had the role of (uncredited).
If you enjoy Maricruz Nájera’s shows you should definitely watch Deceptions (1998) has been a part of!!
The drama, romance TV show Deceptions has a rating 7.8 on IMDb. Maricruz Nájera was Emiliana in this show!
In Los ricos también lloran Maricruz Nájera was María (#2). This drama, romance show has a rating on 5.5 on IMDb.
The third highest rated TV show Maricruz Nájera has worked on is the comedy, drama, romance, rom-com series Head over Heels, where Maricruz was Josefa. It has a rating on 8.2 on IMDb.
Maricruz Nájera’s birthday is on 13 July 1940.
Maricruz Nájera is female.
Maricruz Nájera was born in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
Maricruz Nájera is most known for acting. Maricruz has worked on 4 movies and 3 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Emiliano Zapata, which has a score of 0.0.
The best rated tv show they have worked on is Deceptions, which has a score of 0.0.
1998 . Drama, Romance . 45 m
As Emiliana. La Usurpadora is a Mexican romantic drama telenovela produced by Salvador Mejia Alejandre and originally broadcast on Canal de las Estrellas from February 9 to July 24, 1998. It starred Gabriela Spanic and Fernando Colunga, and was based on La Intrusa, a novela originally broadcast in Venezuela which was its self a remake of Radio Caracas Television's 1971 telenovela La Usurpadora, which was starred by Marina Baura and Raúl Amundaray. This was one of the last telenovelas to feature Libertad Lamarque, who here portrayed the character of Abuela Piedad Bracho. The show's premise revolves around a pair of twin sisters who were separated when they were young, and as adults the younger sister is forced to act as a "replacement" for her wealthy twin who wants to temporarily leave her husband and his family to enjoy a life of luxury with multiple lovers. The telenovela had huge success in Mexico and has been exported and ported to various languages across the world.
1979 . Drama, Romance
As María (#2). Popular telenovela produced in Mexico in 1979, starring Verónica Castro, Rogelio Guerra and Rocío Banquells. Castro also sang the theme Aprendí a Llorar, a song written by Lolita de la Colina. The telenovela was produced by Chilean Valentín Pimstein and Carlos Romero, it was directed by Rafael Banquells. The story was written by Inés Rodena and adapted by Valeria Philips.
1970 . War, Action, Drama, History . 2h 0m
Executive producer. An old man remembers Emiliano Zapata, the Mexican revolutionary who defended the rights of the peasants.
1978 . Comedy . 2h 0m
As Vecina de hombre suicida (uncredited). Follows Diogenes as he goes about his day as a police officer. He's prone to do things the right way, surrounded by a pretty much corrupt & citizen distant police department, & always resolves his duties with a personal method.
2000 . 2h 0m
Executive producer. A view of the end-of-the-century Mexican family. A father who comes back home after a long absence, but who would rather be somewhere else. A daughter suffering from a trapped pain. A son full of guilt and recriminations. A little kid who soaks up all the tension in the house, like a sponge, and a self-effacing mother who would like to go away and leave everything behind.
1970 . Comedy, Drama, War . 1h 25m
As (uncredited). Agapito, leader of the revolutionary movement of his state, comes to a town, kills all the federales, and gets a girl who was promised to him for his heroic deeds. He gets cleaned up, she falls for him, they get married, and guess what? He can't consummate the marriage. Why? Because the song "El Quelite" is playing in the background. His mother would sing that to him when giving him a bath. So now, he can't ge it up every time he hears it.