Dolores Heredia is one of the most recognized and respected actresses and producers in Mexico, with vast experience in film, theater and television. Her films include La Hija del Puma, Two Crimes, Santitos, directed by Alejandro Springall, for which her performance received top honors at the Amiens and Cartagena international film festivals; The Collector, directed by Paul Leduc, The Head of Juan Perez, Vantage Point, the U.S. production Rudo y Cursi, directed by Carlos Curaon, 180 Degrees, Rock Mari, Chava Cartas. She recently completed Days of Grace, an ensemble drama featuring Eva Longoria Parker, and Adrian Grunberg's How I Spent My Summer Vacation, starring Mel Gibson. Heredia also starred in the hit HBO Latin series Cappadocia. As a producer, Heredia founded Por Amor Productions and is a member of the Swiss company Theatro Sunil, founded in 1983, to create spectacular theater and dance productions with artists from diverse countries.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2011.
Dolores Heredia Facts
|October 6, 1966 (57)
|La Paz, Baja California, Mexico