Nicky Mondellini

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Nicky Mondellini
Born
Nicoletta Edna Mondellini Hammond

(1966-07-06) July 6, 1966 (age 53)
ResidenceHouston, Texas
Nationality Italian
 Mexican
OccupationActress, ballerina
Years active1983-present
Spouse(s)Al Wilson (2000-present)
ChildrenMario Robert and Stephanie
Parent(s)Mario Mondellini
Joan Hammond
Relatives2 sisters

Nicky Mondellini (born Nicoletta Edna Mondellini Hammond on July 6, 1966 in Milan, Italy) is an Italian-born Mexican actress and professional ballerina.

Early life[edit]

Mondellini was born to a British mother, Joan Hammond, and an Italian father, Mario Mondellini, she moved to Mexico City with her family when her father was transferred by his employer. She has two sisters.

From early childhood, she was introduced to the arts of acting and dancing by her mother, a professional choreographer, she began her acting career when she was 11 years old in the musical "Gypsy", and continued her career in Telenovelas (soap operas) with the Mexican network Televisa, Spanish classical theater and movies.

Mondellini decided to move with her family to Houston, Texas in 2006 following the kidnapping of two of her actress friends in Mexico City.

She won the Voice Arts award for Best Spanish Language Narrator in 2017, she has been nominated twice for the Premios TV y Novelas as Best Lead Actress and Best supporting Actress. She is fluent in five languages (Spanish, English, Italian, French and German), is a professional ballerina, a voice over talent, and has bachelor's and master's degrees in arts.

Mondellini is married to an American Petroleum engineer, Al Wilson; the couple have three children: Mario, Robert, and Stephanie.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1983 Videocosmos
1989-93 La telaraña
1989 Mi segunda madre Special Appearance
1989-90 Simplemente Maria Nurse Supporting Role
1991 La Pícara Soñadora Gina Valdez Supporting Role
1992-93 María Mercedes Mística Casagrande de Ordóñez Antagonist
1992 Puerto Escondido
1994 Marimar Gema Supporting Role
1995-96 Retrato de Familia Patricia Cortés Supporting Role
1997 Nic Habana
1997 Esmeralda Dra. Rosario Muñoz Special Appearance
1998 Una Luz en el Camino Victoria de de los Santos Supporting Role
2000 Ramona Beatriz de Echagüe Supporting Role
2002-03 ¡Vivan los Niños![1] Sofía Luna Supporting Role
2004 Corazones al límite Lourdes "Lulú" Gómez de Arellano Supporting Role
2005 Contra Viento y Marea[2] Constanza Sandoval de Balmaceda Supporting Role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Premios TVyNovelas[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
1993 Best Young Lead Actress Marimar Nominated

| 1995 || Best Supporting Actress in a Classical Theatre Play ||"La Amistad Castigada" ||style="background: #FDD; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="no table-no2"|Nominated|} | 2017 || Best Spanish Language Narrator ||style="background: #99FF99; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: center; " class="yes table-yes2"|Won|}

References[edit]

  1. ^ SUN-AEE (2003-03-15). "Vivan los niños llega a su fin". Online edition (in Spanish). El Siglo de Torréon. Retrieved 2009-10-21.
  2. ^ Cast of Contra Viento y Marea Archived 2009-01-24 at the Wayback Machine

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