Tonantzin Esparza

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Tonantzin Esparza
Born (1980-01-18) January 18, 1980 (age 42)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress, makeup artist
Years active 2002-present

Tonantzin Esparza (born January 18, 1980) is an ALMA Award-nominated[no citations needed here] American actress, best known for playing Vickie Castro in the award-winning television movie Walkout.

Biography

Esparza was born in Los Angeles, California; the daughter of award-winning film producer Moctesuma Esparza, a first-generation Chicano Mexican-American, and her mother is a Yaqui Native American. She starred in 5 episodes of George Lopez as the character, Marisol.[1] Tonantzin Esparza has assisted in make-up artistry for films "Butter" and "Selena". Esparza has played a make-up artist in the film Sex Sells: The Making of 'Touché.

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Walkout Vickie Castro TV
2004 Strong Medicine Liliana Estevez TV Series
2004 American Family Frida TV Series
2002-2003 George Lopez Marisol TV Series
2011 Bones Friend of Victim TV Series

Film

Year Film Role Notes
2008 Moe Tamara
2005 Sex Sells: The Making of 'Touché Make-Up Artist

References