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Laura Zapata

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Laura Zapata
BornLaura Guadalupe Zapata
(1956-07-30) 30 Julie 1956 (age 67)[1]
Mexico Ceety, Mexico
Hauf-marrae(s)Juan Eduardo Sodi de la Tijera
PawrentsYolanda Miranda Mange[2]
Guillermo Zapata
KinThalía (half-sister)

Laura Guadalupe Zapata Miranda (Spaingie pronunciation: [ˈlauɾa ɣwaðaˈlupe θaˈpata miˈɾanda]) (born on 30 Julie 1956) is a Mexican telenovela actress. She haes actit in Televisa productions maist o her life.

Faimily[eedit | eedit soorce]

Laura is the dochter o Guillermo Zapata Pérez de Utrera (a Mexican boxer, model an businessman) an Yolanda Miranda Mange (frae her first marriage) an pairt o the Sodi faimily. She marriet Juan Eduardo Sodi de la Tijera.

Zapata is the hauf-sister o sangster Thalía an Ernestina Sodi, a well-kent writer, an biografer.

Her sons are Claudio Sodi an Patricio Sodi.

Laura an Thalía wur the first anes o the faimily tae gain internaitional fame bi actin an singin. In Maria Mercedes, ane o Thalía’s first soap operas, Laura played a villain opposite her sister. In the warld o telenovelas, she is as well-kent for her protagonist roles as for her roles as antagonist.

Zapata is a sangster an dancer an aw.

Kidnappin[eedit | eedit soorce]

On 22 September 2002, Laura an her sister Ernestina wur kidnapped an taken tae an unspecifee'd location. The news o their kidnappin made headlines athort Laitin Americae an amang the Spainyie-speakin telly channels o the Unitit States. Thalía is marriet tae billionaire Tommy Mottola, so it wis speculatit that their captors wad ask for a lairge sum o money. Instead, Laura wis released 18 days efter her kidnappin, an her sister Ernestina wis released on the 34t day.[3]

Roles[eedit | eedit soorce]

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. In most of the verifiable sources appears 1956 as year of her birth, however this is very disputed, since between her and her sister, the famous singer and actress Thalía, there are 19 years of difference, and the Thalía's year of birth is 1971, according to most sources.
  2. Laura and Thalia on their mother's funeral
  3. "The Americas: Mexico: Kidnapped Writer Freed". The New York Times. 29 October 2002. Retrieved 15 November 2010.