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Name: Adela Noriega  
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Date of Birth: 24th October 1969
Place of Birth: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Profession: Actress
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Adela Noriega (left) on Amor Real

Adela Noriega (October 24, 1969, Mexico City) is a Mexican actress. Her first role was at the age of 15 in the telenovela Juana Iris. She then was a guest on the show Cachún Cachún Ra Ra. In 1997 she obtained the lead role in Quinceañera co-starring with singer Thalía. The next year she apperared on Yesenia which consolidated her career. In 1994 she obtained a contract with Telemundo to play the lead role in Guadalupe and was banned from Televisa for signing a contract with a different company. In 1995 she worked in Colombia where starring in Maria Bonita in 1995. In 1997 she was allowed to return to Televisa and starred in a remake of María Isabel with Venezuelan Fernando Carrillo. She obtained a TV y Novelas award in 1998 for her role in El privilegio de amar for "best young lead actress".


  • La esposa virgen (2005)
  • Amor real (2003) as Matilde Peñalver
  • El manantial (2001) as Alfonsina Valdés Rivero
  • El privilegio de amar (1998) as Cristina Miranda
  • María Isabel (1997) as María Isabel
  • María Bonita (1995) as María Reinoso
  • Guadalupe (1994) as Guadalupe
  • Dulce desafío (1989) as Lucero Sandoval
  • Yesenia (1988) as Yesenia
  • Quinceañera (1987) as Maricruz
  • Juana Iris (1985) as Romina


  • Los amantes del señor de la noche (1986)
  • Un sábado más (1985) as Lucía

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