Timeline of Jacqueline Obradors
|Date of Birth:||1966 , October-6|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Jacqueline Danell Obradors|
|Birth Place/City||San Fernando Valley, California, United States|
|Net Worth||$ 5 Million USD|
|Body Measurements||34-25-32 (Bust-Waist-Hip)|
|Waist size||25 in|
|Hip Size||32 in|
|Weight in KG||58 kg|
|Married to||Juan Garcia|
|TV Show||Crossing Over|
|Sisters||Young Justice: Invasion|
Jacqueline Obradors is an actress from the United States who loves traveling and yoga besides acting. She is mainly popular for starring the role of Carmen Naranjo in the movie Tortilla Soup. She is also famous for her role in the movie Six Days Seven Nights, Unstoppable, A Man Apart and Male Gigolo. Jacqueline Obradors is a charming and enthusiastic lady.
She was born as Jacqueline Danell Obradors on 6th October 1966 in San Fernando Valley, California, the United States of America to Albert Obradors and Angie Obradors.
Jacqueline is an American and is of Argentinean descent. Her mother was a church worker while her father served as an office cleaning business owner.
Jacqueline is married to her loving spouse Juan Garcia for a long time. Her husband is a movie producer who has produced films like El Mariachi and Bounce.
The actual date when they got married is unknown. She is completely dedicated to her husband and she has not been involved in any kind of extra affairs. They are each other’s loving boyfriend and girlfriend.
Career and net worth
Jacqueline has an amazing story in her life. Before she began pursuing her acting career, she worked as a cashier at Hughes Market.
She finally quenched her acting dream in 1990 by starring in the TV series Parker Lewis Can't Lewis, starring Corin Nemec and Abraham Benrubi. Three years later she appeared in the TV series NYPD Blue, alongside Jimmy Smits and Kim Delaney, playing the role of Detective Rita Ortiz.
She is mainly popular for starring the role of Angelica in the movie Six Days Seven Nights, featuring Harrison Ford and Anne Heche. She is also famous for her role in the movies like Unstoppable, Bad Asses, A Man Apart and many more.
She has been earning a lucrative amount of salary and her net worth is also expected to be high.
Some of her highest-grossing movies are enlisted below:
- Tortilla Soup: $4 million
- A Man Apart: $44 million
- Crossing Over: $3.5 million
Jacqueline Obradors facts on timeline
Born in San Fernando Valley, CaliforniaOctober 6 , 1966
Jacqueline Obradors is a charming and enthusiastic lady. She was born as Jacqueline Danell Obradors in San Fernando Valley, California, United States of America to Albert Obradors and Angie Obradors. She is an American and is of Argentinean descent.
Began her acting career1990
After taking the job of a cashier at Hughes Market, Jacqueline Obradors entered into the film industry in 1990. She quenched her acting dream in 1990 by starring in the TV series Parker Lewis. In 1993, she starred in the movie NYPD Blue.
Appeared in the movie, Six Days Seven Nights1998
Jacqueline Obradors made her feature film debut in 1995 by starring her role in the movie Problem Child 3: Junior in Love. She is mainly popular for starring the role of Angelica in the movie Six Days Seven Nights.
Appeared in the movie, Tortilla Soup2001
Jacqueline Obradors has been active in acting since 1990. From 1990 to till date, she has appeared in several movies and TV series. In 2001, she portrayed the role of Carmen Naranjo in the movie Tortilla Soup. She is also famous for her role in the movies like Unstoppable, Bad Asses, A Man Apart and many more.
Nominated in Blockbuster Entertainment Awards1999
For starring the role of Angelica in the movie Six Days Seven Nights, Jacqueline Obradors got her first nomination in Blockbuster Entertainment Awards in 1999. She was nominated in this award for Favorite Supporting Actress - Comedy/Romance.
Nominated in ALMA Awards2002
In 2002, Jacqueline Obradors got nominated in ALMA Awards from two different categories. She was nominated in this award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Television Series. She has not been honored with this award yet.