Begoña Narváez

Begoña Narváez

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Begoña Narváez
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Born Begoña Narváez
( 1987-07-11) July 11, 1987 (age 30)
Guadalajara, Jalisco, México
Nationality Mexican
Occupation actress, model

Begoña Narváez (born July 11, 1987 in Guadalajara, Jalisco), is an actress and model.


At 16 years old she joined Televisa’s Centro de Educación Artística (CEA), one of Mexico’s top acting schools. At the age of 19, Begoña Narváez made her debut as Isabel Flores in “Muchachitas como tú” (Teenage Girls Like You). It was a new version of the 1991 version produced by Emilio Larrosa. Muchachitas como tú was not the only telenovela Narváez has done Código Postal (Postcode) as Amy Adams, the girlfriend of Rafael Puentes. In 2010, Narváez played Marissa in “Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón” (Zacatillo: A New Beginning). Narváez played three different characters in La rosa de Guadalupe: Bibiana (in 2008), Jackie (in 2008) and Selma (in 2011). Narváez made her debut in American film From Prada to Nada. In 2012, she played in Mexican drama, Facenet as Paulina. Also, in 2012 Narváez played Barbara Montenegro in Rosa Diamante. As Barbara Montenegro, she played a vain woman in love with a man who constantly cheated on her but she was determined to keep him at all costs. Narváez played Lety in a Mexican romance entitled Me Late Chocolate. She can be seen in the upcoming Telemundo series La Impostora as Mariana Serrano.[1]


Year Title Role
2007 Muchachitas como tu Isabel Flores
2008 Código postal Amy
2010 Zacatillo, un lugar en tu corazón Marissa
2012 Rosa diamante Bárbara Montenegro
2014 La Impostora Mariana Serrano
2016 40 y 20 Miranda
2017 La fan Jessica González

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