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Paz Vega


María Paz Campos Trigo, better known as Paz Vega, is a Spanish actress who made her television debut in the Spanish TV series "Menudo es mi padre." Born in Seville to a homemaker mother and a retired bullfighter father, she took her stage name Paz Vega from her grandmother.


After appearing in two other series in 1997, "Más que amigos" and teen drama "Compañeros," Ms. Vega went on to the silver screen in 1999 in "Zapping." The same year she also had a minor role in the David Menkes movie "I Will Survive" (Sobreviviré) alongside Emma Suárez, Juan Diego Botto and a cameo from Boy George.


She found success in 1999 TV series "7 Vidas," which was billed as a Spanish take on the popular American sitcom "Friends" and went on to become one of the country's best-loved domestic shows. The 2001 Julio Médem-directed film "Sex and Lucia" brought the actress to the attention of a larger audience.

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Ms. Vega appeared in a supporting role in the 2004 James L. Brooks film "Spanglish" opposite Adam Sandler. In 2006, she co-starred with Morgan Freeman in the independent film "10 Items or Less." In 2008, she co-starred with Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, and Scarlett Johansson in "The Spirit." In 2011, Ms. Vega had a role in the Italian movie "Vallanzasca – The Angels of Evil" by Michele Placido.

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Ms. Vega also works as a model and she is signed to 1/One Management in New York City. On May 2011, she replaced Penélope Cruz as the face for L'Oreal Spain.

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