Filmography Maribel Verdu

Date of birth: 09/10/70 (49 years)
Maiden name: María Isabel "Maribel" Verdú Rollán
 Nationality: Spain

María Isabel "Maribel" Verdú Rollán (born Madrid 2 October 1970) is a Spanish actress. She is known to English-speaking audiences for playing Luisa in the 2001 film Y tu mamá también and Mercedes in Guillermo del Toro's 2006 film Pan's Labyrinth. In Spain she is known for films such as Lovers (Amantes), Belle Époque, and The Blind Sunflowers (Los girasoles ciegos). 
Verdú began acting at 13 appearing in various commercials. She has appeared in more than 60 movies since 1984. Most have been in Spanish. She has also been in numerous TV shows. 
She left sch Read his whole biography hool at the age of 15 so she could fully devote herself to her acting career. 
Her first experience was as a model in spots and fashion magazines by known commercial firms. Her first television opportunity was given to her at the age of 13 by Vicente Aranda in The Crime of Captain Sánchez. 
It was 27 Hours, by Montxo Armendáriz, about a girl who is a drug addict, that was one of the most powerful experiences in her life up to that point. It was the film where others started to notice her. A little after this film other more important films started coming her way, which included La Estanquera de Vallecas by Eloy de la Iglesia and El Año de las Luces by Fernando Trueba. 
Later Verdú said that her role in Amantes by Vicente Aranda marked a turning point in her screen career and has brought about a maturity as a performer. Thereafter she has worked with some of the best Spanish directors: José Luis Garci in Canción de Cuna; Bigas Luna in Huevos de Oro; again with Trueba in the Oscar-nominated Belle Époque; Emilio Martínez-Lázaro in Carreteras Secundarias; Carlos Saura en Goya en Burdeos; Gonzalo Suárez in El Portero and Oviedo Express, amongst others. On the international stage, her career hit a highpoint when she starred in Y Tu Mamá También by Alfonso Cuarón, followed by Pan's Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro. Following the movie Pan's Labyrinth Verdú has been invited to be a part of the Academy in Hollywood. Maribel also stars in a music video named Lola Soledad, by 16 time Latin Grammy Awards winner, Alejandro Sanz in 2010. 
She made her theater debut in 1986 starring as the character of Julieta and has since then combined theater with cinema. She has also intertwined the two in television shows such as Turno de Oficio and Segunda Enseñanza. 
Verdú is married to Pedro Larrañaga, son of actors Carlos Larrañaga and María Luisa Merlo

Filmography Maribel Verdu

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