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Trini Alvarado is a Actor American born on 10 january 1967 at New York City (USA)

Trini Alvarado

Trini Alvarado
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Birth name Trinidad Alvarado
Nationality USA
Birth 10 january 1967 (53 years) at New York City (USA)

Trinidad "Trini" Alvarado (born January 10, 1967) is an American actress best known for her performances as Margaret "Meg" March in the 1994 film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel Little Women and Lucy Lynskey in the comedy/horror film The Frighteners. She also has had notable stage performances and singing roles in musicals.

Biography

Trini Alvarado est née le 10 janvier 1967 à New York, ville située dans l'état du même nom aux États-Unis.
Sa mère était d'origine portoricaine tandis que son père était un inmigrant espagnol. Les deux se sont connus lors de vacances aux États-Unis et ont décidé de s'installer là, avec l'aide de membres de la famille qui vivaient à New York.

Enfant, Trini fréquente l'école "Professional Children", où elle obtient de très bonnes notes, ce qui démontre une grande aptitude pour les matières académiques en général

Peu après avoir achevé ses études secondaires, elle décide d'entrer à la Universidad de Fordham où est enseigné les Arts scéniques. Elle y obtient un diplôme d'art dramatique.

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Filmography of Trini Alvarado (17 films)

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Actress

All Good Things, 1h37
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime, Romance
Themes Pregnancy films
Actors Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, Frank Langella, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kristen Wiig, Philip Baker Hall
Roles Sarah Davis
Rating62% 3.148443.148443.148443.148443.14844
In 1970s New York City, David Marks (Gosling), the son of a powerful real estate tycoon, marries a beautiful working-class student, Katie McCarthy (Dunst). Together they flee New York for country life in Vermont — only to be lured back by David's father (Frank Langella). Upon their return, they buy a beautiful apartment where Katie brings up the idea of having children, whereupon David implies he can't have any. They eventually buy a lake house out of town and Katie tells their new pregnant neighbor that she is expecting as well. Katie tells David, to which he responds by throwing a chair and breaking a shelf. David makes Katie have an abortion, which he misses while doing work for his father.
The Good Guy, 1h31
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Alexis Bledel, Scott Porter, Bryan Greenberg, Andrew McCarthy, Aaron Yoo, Anna Chlumsky
Roles Sylvia
Rating57% 2.8999552.8999552.8999552.8999552.899955
The narrator, Tommy (Scott Porter), is young, clever, charming, and attractive. He's got a smart, pretty girlfriend, Beth (Alexis Bledel), a young Manhattanite and urban conservationist. He's also very good at his investment broker job, impressing his ruthless, cynical boss, Cash (Andrew McCarthy). When a key member of Tommy's sales team suddenly leaves for a competitor, Tommy needs to fill his spot quickly, and takes a chance on the bumbling Daniel (Bryan Greenberg), a former avionics engineer and computer geek who seems a bit naïve about high finance and a bit nervous around women. Tommy takes Daniel under his wing, showing him how to dress, where to socialize, and how to charm attractive women. Their relationship is threatened when Daniel begins spending more time with Beth, joining her book club, and becoming her confidant. Tommy begins to question his decision to share his wisdom with Daniel, while Daniel is forced to decide what success really means to him, and where his loyalties lie in life.
Little Children, 2h11
Directed by Todd Field
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about children, Films about sexuality, Films about pedophilia
Actors Kate Winslet, Patrick Wilson, Jennifer Connelly, Jackie Earle Haley, Noah Emmerich, Gregg Edelman
Roles Theresa
Rating74% 3.7492153.7492153.7492153.7492153.749215
Sarah Pierce (Kate Winslet) is a hapless, stay-at-home mother in a small suburban Boston community. She had been working on a doctorate in English, but set aside her work to marry Richard (Gregg Edelman) and raise their 3-year-old daughter, Lucy (Sadie Goldstein). Her marriage falls apart when she discovers that Richard is addicted to online pornography. She meets Brad Adamson (Patrick Wilson), a law student who brings his 4-year-old son, Aaron (Ty Simpkins), to the park. Although Brad's marriage to Katherine (Jennifer Connelly) is loving and amicable, it has been lacking intimacy.
Paulie
Paulie (1998)
, 1h31
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about animals, Films about birds, Buddy films, Children's films
Actors Tony Shalhoub, Gena Rowlands, Hallie Eisenberg, Cheech Marin, Bruce Davison, Buddy Hackett
Roles Adult Marie Alweather
Rating64% 3.247633.247633.247633.247633.24763
The film is a picaresque tale about an intelligent talking blue-crowned conure named Paulie, and his long quest to return to his owner.
The Frighteners, 1h50
Directed by Peter Jackson
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Fantastic, Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes Ghost films, Comedy horror films
Actors Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Peter Dobson, John Astin, Dee Wallace, Jeffrey Combs
Roles Dr. Lucy Lynskey
Rating70% 3.5484353.5484353.5484353.5484353.548435
In 1990, architect Frank Bannister loses his wife Debra in a car accident. He gives up his profession, letting his unfinished "dream house" sit incomplete for years. Following the accident, Frank gains the power to see ghosts and befriends three: 1970s gangster Cyrus, 1950s nerd Stuart, and the Judge, a gunslinger from the Old West. The ghosts haunt houses in the area to generate work for Frank's ghostbusting business; Frank then "exorcises" the houses for a fee. Most locals see him as a con man.
The Christmas Tree, 2h33
Directed by Sally Field
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Christmas films, Children's films
Actors Julie Harris, Trini Alvarado, Andrew McCarthy, Betty Aberlin, Jessica Hecht, Anne Pitoniak
Roles Beth
Rating71% 3.577883.577883.577883.577883.57788
A story about a forming friendship between an elderly nun, Sister Anthon (Julie Harris), and New York's Rockefeller Center's head gardener Richard Reilly (Andrew McCarthy), who wants to fell a tree she's been growing for decades and move it to New York City for Christmas display.
Little Women, 1h55
Directed by Gillian Armstrong
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about writers, Films about families, Feminist films, Political films, Children's films
Actors Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon, Trini Alvarado, Claire Danes, Kirsten Dunst, Christian Bale
Roles Margaret "Meg" March
Rating72% 3.6491753.6491753.6491753.6491753.649175
The film focuses on the March sisters: beautiful Meg (Trini Alvarado), tempestuous Jo (Winona Ryder), tender Beth (Claire Danes), and romantic Amy (Kirsten Dunst), who are growing up in Concord, Massachusetts during and after the American Civil War. With their father away fighting in the war, the girls struggle with major and minor problems under the guidance of their strong-willed mother, affectionately called Marmee (Susan Sarandon). As a means of escaping some of their problems, the sisters revel in performing in romantic plays written by Jo in their attic theater.
The Babe
The Babe (1992)
, 1h55
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Sports films, Baseball films
Actors John Goodman, Kelly McGillis, Stephen Caffrey, Trini Alvarado, Bruce Boxleitner, James Cromwell
Roles Helen Ruth
Rating58% 2.9492452.9492452.9492452.9492452.949245
The story begins in 1902 in Baltimore, Maryland, where a seven-year-old Babe Ruth, troubled and not-so disciplined, is sent to the St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys, a reformatory and orphanage. Ruth is sent by his father, George Herman Ruth Sr. (Bob Swan), who cannot handle raising the boy. At the school, Ruth is schooled by Catholic missionaries and is made fun of by other children, because of his large size. Brother Matthias Boutlier (James Cromwell), the Head of Discipline at St. Mary's, first introduces Ruth to the game of baseball. During a session of batting practice, Ruth hits several towering home runs off of Matthias, who is pitching. Brother Matthias and others are stunned by Ruth's amazing power to drive the ball.
American Friends, 1h35
Directed by Tristram Powell
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films
Actors Michael Palin, Connie Booth, Trini Alvarado, Alfred Molina, Bryan Pringle, Jonathan Firth
Roles Elinor Hartley
Rating65% 3.295323.295323.295323.295323.29532
Palin plays Francis Ashby, a senior Oxford professor on holiday in the Swiss Alps in 1861. There he meets the American Caroline Hartley (Connie Booth) and her 18-year-old ward Elinor (Trini Alvarado). Ashby is drawn to them both, particularly Elinor, but is rather surprised when they arrive in Oxford and rent a house. Women are not allowed in the College, nor are Fellows allowed to marry, which puts him in an embarrassing situation. Ashby's rival for the post of College President, Oliver Syme (Alfred Molina), takes full advantage of this to try to discredit Ashby.
Stella
Stella (1990)
, 1h49
Directed by John Erman, Brian W. Cook
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Bette Midler, John Goodman, Trini Alvarado, Stephen Collins, Marsha Mason, Eileen Brennan
Roles Jenny Claire
Rating61% 3.050273.050273.050273.050273.05027
Stella (Bette Midler) is a feisty woman working in a bar when she meets and falls for the suave charms of the young Dr. Steve Dallas (Stephen Collins). Although from opposite ends of the social spectrum, they start an affair resulting in Stella becoming pregnant. After he proposes half-heartedly, she rejects him and embarks upon raising their child Jenny as a single mother but is always helped and encouraged by her stalwart friend, a local good natured barfly, Ed Munn (John Goodman). Stella is fiercely independent and proud and is determined to do well by this child and take on whatever jobs she must to raise her daughter properly. When Jenny is 4 years old, her father suddenly reappears on the scene and is determined to get to know his daughter. At first reluctant to allow this, Stella is persuaded to allow contact, and a happy bond develops between the father and daughter. As Jenny (Trini Alvarado) grows up, she becomes torn between her fathers rich and well-connected background, and her loyalty and love for her mother who is poor and vulgar but devoted to her daughter. She also despises the perceived relationship she sees developing between Stella and Ed Munn who is now a broken alcoholic. Jenny eventually meets and falls for a boy from her fathers 'world' and Stella realizes that now, the disparities in her own and Jennys father's backgrounds might jeopardize her daughters future happiness. So she makes a heart rending decision towards the end of the film to ensure that this is not going to happen.
American Blue Note, 1h37
Origin USA
Genres Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Jazz films, Musical films
Actors Peter MacNicol, Tim Guinee, Charlotte d'Amboise, Jonathan Lloyd Walker, Louis Guss, Zohra Lampert
Roles Lorraine
Rating66% 3.3238853.3238853.3238853.3238853.323885
The film follows a group of jazz musicians in the 1960s who play in small clubs and face constant financial hardships. Of the group, only one of them will go on to achieve success.
Satisfaction, 1h33
Directed by Joan Freeman
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Justine Bateman, Liam Neeson, Julia Roberts, Trini Alvarado, Debbie Harry, Michael DeLorenzo
Roles Mooch
Rating49% 2.453872.453872.453872.453872.45387
Jennie Lee (Justine Bateman) is the lead singer of an all-girl rock band in Baltimore named The Mystery. At her high school graduation, Jennie gives her valedictorian speech at the ceremony while fellow band member, bass guitarist Daryle (Julia Roberts) is accepting a marriage proposal from her high school sweetheart Frankie. Jennie and the band are planning to go to Florida to audition for a gig at the beach for the summer. However problems seem to plague their plans when, first Jennie’s older brother (and caretaker) doesn’t want to let Jennie go because he feels it will dissuade her from continuing her college plans; second, the band’s keyboardist has unexpectedly left the band, and third, Mooch (the drummer) insulted a gang member who then in turn destroyed the band's van. Mooch (Trini Alvarado) tells the band that she borrowed another van from her friend but in fact, assisted by the help of guitarist Billie (Britta Phillips), stole the gang member's personal van. After recruiting a male keyboard player Nickie (Scott Coffey), the band heads south to audition for the gig. Arriving at the nightclub after closing hours, the band fears they have missed their audition. Not wanting to have to return, the band finds the owner Martin Falcon’s (Liam Neeson) home address and decide to make him listen to them play. However, when they arrive at his beach house, they let themselves in and find Falcon is not home. They do find Hamlet, Falcon’s pet Doberman Pincher dog, who, after Billie sings him a song, becomes fast friends with the band. Falcon arrives, drunk and assumes the band are thieves. Explaining who they are, Jennie pleads with Falcon to listen to their music, but Falcon informs them that they are in fact a day early, the auditions for the gig isn’t until the next night. Having very little money and no place to stay, Falcon offers them the room that the winners are supposed to be staying at for the summer. The “room” turns out to be a tool shack with room enough for 5 beds. The next night, the band auditions and the overwhelming applauding crowd response convinces Falcon to hire the band for the summer.
Mrs. Soffel, 1h50
Directed by Gillian Armstrong
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Prison films
Actors Diane Keaton, Mel Gibson, Matthew Modine, Terry O'Quinn, Edward Herrmann, Trini Alvarado
Roles Irene Soffel
Rating63% 3.1511553.1511553.1511553.1511553.151155
Kate Soffel is the wife of a Pittsburgh prison warden in 1901. They have four children. After several months of being sick in bed for no discernible reason that doctors can figure out, she suddenly regains her strength. She visits inmates to read Bible scripture to them and meets Ed Biddle and his brother Jack, both of whom may be innocent of the crimes that brought them here.
Times Square, 1h51
Directed by Allan Moyle
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Musical films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Trini Alvarado, Robin Johnson, Tim Curry, Steve James, Peter Coffield, Herbert Berghof
Roles Pamela Pearl
Rating66% 3.3486353.3486353.3486353.3486353.348635
Nicky Marotta (Robin Johnson) and Pamela Pearl (Trini Alvarado) are two teenage girls who meet in the New York Neurological Hospital, where they are both being examined for mental illness. Pamela feels lonely and misunderstood, and is neglected and exploited by her father, a prominent and wealthy environmental commissioner running a campaign to "clean up" Times Square. Nicky is a tough-talking street kid with musical aspirations, sent to the hospital for an evaluation after an altercation with the police. Sharing a room, the frank Nicky and the shy Pamela become friends; Nicky tells Pamela that she stages seizures to keep out of juvenile detention. Nicky admires Pamela's poetic spirit; Pamela admires Nicky's forthright attitude, and resents the condescending way in which the doctors treat her. Nicky tells Pamela not to take her meds as they "take your fight away." She also reads a poem that Pamela wrote about her: "Your ribs are my ladder, Nicky/I'm so amazed, I'm so amazed." Nicky is released from the hospital, and later returns, ostensibly for an appointment for her social worker, but really to break Pamela out. Both girls escape from the hospital, steal an ambulance, and hide out in an abandoned Chelsea Piers No.56 on the Hudson River. Pamela tells Nicky, "Everything you do, or you say, is poetry. At least, I think so." The girls seal their devotion to each other with a blood oath and make a pact to scream out each other's names in times of trouble.