Edith Gonzalez: Mexican Star's Best Telenovela Roles

According to HOLA USA , “she began her acting career as a child and later appeared in telenovelas – leaving a mark due to the charismatic characters she often played.”

Two years later the Gonzalez played Mónica de Altamira, the leading role in the TV series Corazon Salvaje, in which she starred alongside the late actor Eduardo Palomo.

In 1996, Edith played the role of La Jaibita in the film Salón México, which she thought was underappreciated, according to an #tbt post to her Instagram page .

In 1999, she landed another lead role, playing the character Esperanza Gamboa Martel in the TV drama Nunca Te Olvidaré.

After being diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer in 2016, Gonzalez made her most recent appearance on screen, playing the role of Katy, who falls in love with the protagonist in the telenovela Tres Familias of TV Azteca.

One user on Twitter talked about the source of inspiration Gonzalaz was for her, choosing to play “baddass female characters” instead of damsel in distress types.

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