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Mildred Miranda

 

Mildred Miranda

Mildred Miranda
International Recruiter

From an early age she began her relationship with the performing arts, preparing in acting and dance, in institutions such as the Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli and Casa del Teatro. She graduated in Industrial Engineering at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 2001 and that same year began studying acting career at TV Azteca’s acting school (CEFAC), where he came under the tutelage of masters like: Hector Mendoza, Ximena Escalante, Raúl Quintanilla, Jorge A. Vargas, among others. Susana y los jóvenes (Susana and Young) by Jorge Ibargüengoitia (starring as Susana), 2 de 3 intentos de suicidio: un desolado corazón (2 out of 3 suicide attempts: A desolate heart) by Hector Mendoza (starring as Dolores), La Mariposa (The Butterfly) by Ximena Escalante (playing the girlfriend) and Juan Mayorga’s Hamelin (interpreting Feli), are among the more than 12 plays in which Mildred has acted and produced, bringing her talent, knowledge and leadership to the theater companies in which she has been a member, where she has been a fundamental piece for them to: participate in festivals, perform in the most renowned theaters, have the necessary diffusion and quality productions. Successfully covering genres as diverse as comedy and piece. In 2004 did the national tour of Et Ta Soeur? by Bricaire/Lasaygues (interpreting to Catalina) along with Gonzalo Vega, one of Mexico’s most renowned actors, appearing in the most important theaters her country. In 2007 she studied a Theater directing diploma thought by the best stage directors in México: José Caballero, Enrique Singer, Mauricio García Lozano, Carlos Corona, Ignacio Flores de la Lama and Claudia Rios; as a result she directed her first play: Autobahn by Neil Labute. In 2010 Mildred began her relationship with LAPAC for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles, preparing to the techniques of: Meisner, Adler and Strasberg. This experience was so important to her career, that she decided to represent LAPAC in Latin America, and since then, organizes workshops in Mexico and coordinates it’s participation in international film festivals. This activity has benefited more than 200 students in Mexico, facilitated the awarding of 5 scholarships and helped 6 students to pursue a career in USA. Also stands out her work in television, where she has participated in more than 10 telenovelas, taking the leading role in many single episode shows such as Lo que Callamos las mujeres (What women are silent about). In film she has participated in productions from Mexico and Spain, such as: Cansada de besar Sapos (Tired of kissing Toads) and El ultimo justo (The Last righteous). Mildred has also supported causes such as: cancer prevention, rights of children, employment and education in Mexico, working as a spokesperson in the media and entertainment, by donating to non-governmental agencies, such as Casa de la Sal (for children with HIV), Dove Foundation and In our hands to fight poverty in México with Movimiento Azteca.