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Carmen Fernández (IV)

Carmen Fernández is known for her work on El comisario (1999), Sangre, sudor y polypiel (1996) and Casiopea (2000). See full bio »

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Congratulations to Rachel Brosnahan on Her Golden Globes Nomination

Rachel Brosnahan garnered a Golden Globes nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) for her role in the Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Check out the trailer for the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Known For

El comisario
El comisario Actress
(2000-2006)
Sangre, sudor y polypiel
Sangre, sudor y polypiel Clienta Sex-Shop
(1996)
Casiopea
Casiopea Telefonista 3
(2000)
Hermanos de leche
(1995)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Actress (6 credits)
 2000-2006 El comisario (TV Series)
- Y dime tonta (2006)
- Tratos (2000)
 2001 Cows Attack!! (Short)
 2001 Pasión adolescente (TV Movie)
Ana
 2000 Casiopea (Short)
Telefonista 3
 1996 Sangre, sudor y polypiel
Clienta Sex-Shop
 1995 Hermanos de leche (TV Series)
- Insumisos (1995)
Hide Hide Show Show Makeup Department (2 credits)
 2010 En prácticas (TV Series documentary) (makeup artist - 1 episode)
- Instituto RTVE (2010) ... (makeup artist - segment "Yo también te quiero, Mamá")
 2007 Yo también te quiero, Mamá (Short) (makeup artist)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2010 En prácticas (TV Series documentary)
Marina (segment "Mis padres y yo")
- Instituto RTVE (2010) ... Marina (segment "Mis padres y yo")

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