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Isela Vega is a Actor, Director, Writer, Producer and Songs Mexicaine born on 6 november 1939 at Hermosillo (Mexique)

Isela Vega

Isela Vega
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Nationality Mexique
Birth 6 november 1939 at Hermosillo (Mexique)
Death 9 march 2021 (at 81 years)

Isela Vega Durazo (born November 5, 1939) is a Mexican actress, and occasional singer-songwriter, producer, writer, and director.


Vega was born and raised in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. She has a son named Arturo with singer Alberto Vázquez, with whom she had a relationship, but never married and a daughter, Shauna, who is an actress and dancer, from an affair with the actor Jorge Luke.

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Filmography of Isela Vega (26 films)

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Dora and the Lost City of Gold, 1h42
Directed by James Bobin
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure
Actors Isabelle Moner, Eugenio Derbez, Michael Peña, Dee Bradley Baker, Jeffrey Wahlberg, Eva Longoria
Roles Old Woman
Rating61% 3.0635253.0635253.0635253.0635253.063525
Après avoir passé toute son enfance à explorer la jungle avec son fidèle ami le singe Babouche et ses parents, Dora est envoyée en ville par ces derniers pour entamer ses études au lycée avec son cousin Diego.
The Misfits, 1h47
Directed by Sergio Tovar Velarde
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Luis Ernesto Franco, Paola Núñez, Luis Arrieta, Tiaré Scanda, Ana Serradilla, Maya Zapata
Roles Rosario
Rating63% 3.194693.194693.194693.194693.19469
A solitary boy does not want to live anymore until he meets a girl who pretends it to be a "Star" player. An arrogant Attorney receives a lesson by staying stuck in an elevator with a maid servant out of series. A "computer-freak" make an appointment blindly on the internet, the stranger turns out to be not as "unknown". Five elders decide to kill boredom and are planning to Rob a bank.
Hell (2010)
, 2h25
Directed by Luis Estrada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors Damián Alcázar, Joaquín Cosío, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Elizabeth Cervantes, Jorge Zárate, Daniel Giménez Cacho
Roles Doña Rosaura
Rating77% 3.8517453.8517453.8517453.8517453.851745
Benjamín "Benny" García is deported from the United States to his hometown in Mexico (a fictional place named San Miguel Arcángel). Back home is a bleak picture, he can't find an honest job and most of the town is held with the business of drug trafficking. Benny gets involved in the narco business, a "spectacular" job where he gets a lot of money, women and fun. But soon he finds out that the violent criminal life is not easy and much less fun.
Tear This Heart Out, 1h47
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Ana Claudia Talancón, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Joaquín Cosío, Mariana Peñalva, María Aura, Danna Paola
Roles Gitana
Rating74% 3.700113.700113.700113.700113.70011
The film takes place over the span of several years within the 1930s in Mexico, focusing on the life of Catalina "Catín" Guzmán (Ana Claudia Talancón), a young girl born to a middle-class family in Puebla. She meets the cunning General Andrés Ascencio (Daniel Giménez Cacho) while on an outing with her family and he becomes interested in her, paying her regular visits and lavishing her with gifts and praise. Smitten, she agrees to accompany him to Tecolutla and loses her virginity to him. At that point she becomes curious about sexual activity, including masturbation. Despite Andrés's light misogyny and casual derisions of her age and intelligence whenever offering her opinions on politics and other issues they discuss, she cares for him.
Herod's Law, 2h
Directed by Luis Estrada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Actors Damián Alcázar, Pedro Armendáriz (fils), Alex Cox, Delia Casanova, Isela Vega, Ernesto Gómez Cruz
Roles Doña Lupe
Rating77% 3.899523.899523.899523.899523.89952
After the mayor of the fictional village San Pedro de los Saguaros is lynched by angry villagers, a petty PRI party member named Juan Vargas (Damián Alcázar) is appointed temporary mayor by the state governor. At first the new mayor attempts to do good but a lack of funds cripples his efforts, and the bribe of a brothel owner sets him on the path to corruption. Seeking help from his superior, the secretary to the PRI governor, he is given a copy of the constitution of Mexico and a revolver and is told that the only law is Herod's law: literally translated: "either you get screwed or you get fucked." (O te chingas o te jodes).
Lovers of the Lord of the Night, 1h30
Directed by Isela Vega
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about religion
Actors Isela Vega, Irma Serrano, Emilio Fernández, Lilia Prado, Andrés García, Adela Noriega
Roles Amparo
Rating65% 3.293373.293373.293373.293373.29337
Venusita (Elena de Haro) falls in love with the son of a wealthy family whose mother sends her son off to the United States in order to keep the two apart. Not to be rejected so easily, Venusita visits Saurina (Irma Serrano) the sorceress who comes up with a spell that kills off the merchant and zaps the son back home, but Venusita's problems are far from over.
Nana (1985)

Directed by Irma Serrano
Genres Drama, Musical, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Sexploitation films
Actors Irma Serrano, Isela Vega, Verónica Castro, Manuel Ojeda
Roles Rosa Mignon
Rating62% 3.1333553.1333553.1333553.1333553.133355
In the Paris of the 19th century, a prostitute causes uproar. The name of the prostitute is Teresa, but everyone knows her as Naná (Irma Serrano). Naná and her best friend Satan (Veronica Castro) work as prostitutes, first on the streets of Paris, and after in a small room. In her youth, Naná was sexually abused by her stepfather and thrown from her home by her mother. As the result of this violation, she gave birth to a son. Naná prostitutes herself to raise her son, whom she stays away from her, under the care of her aunt. Nana occasionally works in a theater, which is really an underground brothel. One night, Naná is presented in the theater as "The Venus of Fire," and caused a sensation by showing her naked body. Immediately the most powerful men come to her offering jewelry and luxuries for her favors. Naná accepts the attentions of a banker, who presents her with a house in the French countryside. In this house, Naná holds an affair with a young aristocrat who she called Coquito (Jaime Garza). This same night, she is pressed by the banker to fulfill her sexual favors, while the owner of the theater-brothel where she worked, forced herto return to fulfill a contract. Naná repudiate both men and seeks solace in the Count Muffat (Manuel Ojeda), a distinguished and respectable aristocrat dedicated to the charity. However, Muffat confesses that he has also succumbed to her charms and desires her. Disappointed, Naná decides to leave her life as a courtesan and returns to work on the streets. However, one night that she is chased by the police, Naná is rescued by Satin (Isela Vega), a courtesan and friend. After spending the night together, Satin convinces her to return to her life as a courtesan. Naná then accepted becoming mistress of Count Muffat and returns to the theater to present her nude shows. With support from Muffat Nana tries to become a serious actress, snatching the characters to the actress and courtesan Rosa Mignon, but is ridiculed, because they say that she only serves to show her naked body. Disappointment causes that Naná falling into the lowest degradation. Her home becomes in the center of the vice of Paris, where people go to get drunk, performed orgies and all sorts of sexual debauchery. One night, the Count Muffat, who has been ruined by the debauchery of Naná, decides to face her in the middle of a party hosted by her for the triumphs of a mare (called Naná in her honor) in a horse show. In comparison, Naná reveals to the Count Muffat the adultery of his wife in this same house. The Count decides to leave her. That night, her young lover Coquito, commits suicide after he to discover that Naná had sexual relations with his brother, a soldier. After tonight, Naná decided to retire from life as a courtesan. Her friend Satan dies victim from tuberculosis.
Barbarosa (1982)
, 1h30
Directed by Fred Schepisi
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Action, Western
Actors Willie Nelson, Gary Busey, Isela Vega, Gilbert Roland, Alma Martinez, Jiří Voskovec
Roles Josephina
Rating63% 3.196823.196823.196823.196823.19682
Young Karl Westover (Gary Busey), a pre-Civil War Texas farm boy, accidentally kills his brother-in-law and must flee to Mexico. Early into his flight he is met by the outlaw Barbarosa (Willie Nelson) who, seconds later, kills a man who was following him. It is apparent that Barbarosa knows him, but doesn't say. Despite his disgust that Karl has nothing worth robbing, is loath to leave the poor rube to die in the desert. Barbarosa shows Karl how to find water, make a fire, and catch an armadillo for his supper before leaving him with the advice to go home to Texas.
Candy Razors, 1h35
Directed by Eloy de la Iglesia
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Verónica Castro, Isela Vega, José Sacristán, María Martín, Eloy de la Iglesia
Roles Mercedes
Rating65% 3.292693.292693.292693.292693.29269
José Manuel Gomez Perales alias "El Jaro" is a fifteen year old with a long criminal record that includes among other things: 29 escapes from reformatories and three wounds in confrontations with the police. He visits his older brother is in jail, but El Jaro spends most of his time with his three best friends: El Butano, Jhonny and El Chus. The four friends form a dangerous gang who steals handbags, coins from public payphones, cars and motorbikes. They also steal what they can from stores breaking the windows. Without a place to stay, El Jaro settles with Mercedes, nicknamed "La Mexicana", a prostitute twenty year older than him. She provides him with love, sex and a home.