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March 5, 1956 (67)
Adriana Barraza González is a Mexican actress, notably recognized for her role in the film “Babel” (2006), for which she garnered a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Adriana’s cinematic journey began with a significant role in “Amores perros” (2000), directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, where she played the mother of Gael García Bernal’s character. This film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Her collaboration with Iñárritu continued with “Babel” in 2006, earning her international acclaim. Over the years, Barraza has showcased her talent in various films such as “Henry Poole Is Here,” “Drag Me to Hell,” “And Soon the Darkness,” and “Cake,” where she starred opposite Jennifer Aniston. Her role in “Thor” was also noteworthy, though her part was reduced. On the television front, she had a recurring role in the FX series “The Strain.”
Throughout her career, Barraza has collaborated with numerous artists and celebrities. She worked with Gael García Bernal in “Amores perros,” Jennifer Aniston in “Cake,” and was part of ensemble casts in telenovelas like “Bajo un Mismo Rostro,” “La Paloma,” and “Imperio de Cristal.” She also directed and starred in “Locura de Amor” and had roles in “Nunca Te Olvidare” and “El Manantial.” Additionally, she shared the screen with Kate Del Castillo in “Dueños del paraíso.” Her professional journey also includes working with directors like Alejandro González Iñárritu and Sergio Jiménez, as well as actors like Carolina Valsagna, Carlos Valsagna, and Arnaldo Pipke.
Barraza’s achievements in the film industry are commendable. She received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Babel.” Her performance in “Amores perros” also contributed to the film’s nomination for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Beyond acting, Barraza is known as Master Barraza in Mexico due to her partnership with director Sergio Jiménez. Together, they founded the Actors Workshop in Mexico City, where they taught their version of Method acting. She also operates her own acting school, Adriana Barraza’s Black Box, in Miami, Florida.