Jacqueline Obradors - Rotten Tomatoes

Jacqueline Obradors

Highest Rated:   74% Tortilla Soup (2001)
Lowest Rated:   11% A Man Apart (2003)
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Birthplace:   San Fernando Valley, California, USA
California native Jacqueline Obradors was actually born to Argentinean parents, but she spent her early career playing various Latina background characters. Starting in 1993, she made numerous appearances in film and television, including some reoccurring guest star roles. In 1998, she got a bit of a break as Harrison Ford's girlfriend in the romantic adventure Six Days, Seven Nights and as William Forsythe's wife in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalow. On television, she was a regular cast member on the short-lived NBC detective comedy Battery Park and then joined the cast of NYPD Blue during the ninth season as Det. Rita Ortiz. In 2001, she lent her voice to the animated film Atlantis: The Lost Empire and played one of the Naranjo daughters in the comedy Tortilla Soup. In 2003, she reprised her role for Atlantis: Milo's Return and played Vin Diesel's wife in the action thriller A Man Apart.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
53% The Fluffy Movie
  • Esther P. Mendez
$2.9M 2014
16% Crossing Over
  • Special Agent Phadkar
$0.5M 2009
No Score Yet Unstoppable (9 Lives)
  • Amy
2004
No Score Yet Atlantis: Milo's Return
  • Audrey Ramirez
2003
11% A Man Apart
  • Stacy Vetter
$26.2M 2003
74% Tortilla Soup
  • Carmen Naranjo
$3M 2001
49% Atlantis - The Lost Empire
  • Audrey Ramirez
$83.6M 2001
23% Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
  • Elaine Fowler
1999
36% Six Days, Seven Nights
  • Angelica
1998
No Score Yet Soldier Boyz
  • Vasquez
1996
No Score Yet Problem Child 3: Junior in Love
  • Conchita
1995

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Secret Life of the American Teenager
2008-2013
  • Actor
  • 2013
No Score Yet NCIS
2003
  • Paloma Reynosa
  • 2010
No Score Yet Cold Case
2003-2010
  • Julie Ramierez
  • 2009
No Score Yet George Lopez
2002-2007
  • Gloria
  • 2003

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