Mayra Serbulo Cortes was born in Xalapa del Marquez in the state of Oaxaca and resides in Mexico City. In addition to Spanish, she speaks Nahuatl and a little Zapoteco and English. She is an accomplished actress in her native Mexico, working in motion pictures, television, theater and dance. She recently received an Ariel Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress from the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematografias (Mexico's equivalent to an Oscar nomination) for the motion picture Mezcal (2004), which won an Ariel Award as Best Motion Picture. Her acting credits in films include Cuento de Hadas para Dormir (2000), El Grito (1999), Piedras Verdes, (1999), Ave Maria (1998), Un Embrujo (1997), Fibra Optica (1996), El Santo Luzbel (1996), Un Hjito de Sangre (1994), A Reina de la Noche (1994), El Jardin del Eden (1993), Cortometraje Haciendo la Lucha (1993), Desiertos Mares (1992), Novia que te Vea (1992) and La Ofrenda (1991). On television, she has appeared in La Reina Roja for the Discovery Channel, National Geographic's Lost Kingdoms of the Mayas, the telefilms Todo por Amor and Yacaranday, and the programs Lo que Callamos las Mujeres and Encuentro de dos Mundos.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2006.
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