Genie Montalvo

Female, Person

1952 –


Who is Genie Montalvo?

Genie Montalvo is a Puerto Rican actress, director, producer and author. She was born in San Juan, November 25, 1951.

She starred in Melinda Lopez's How Do You Spell Hope with the Underground Railway Theater at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and in the award winning The Order of Things in Boston for Playwrites Theater Company. Her stage credits include Hamlet and Hecuba of the Trojan women. She has also received critical acclaim for her Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca performed in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Boston.

Among her film credits are Carlos Fuentes' The Hydra Head, PBS' production of Destinos, and a lead part in a film on Diabetes produced by the University of Massachusetts Boston. She has also appeared in multiple Telemundo and WAPA-TV daytime dramas including Tres Destinos, Pacto de Amor, Alejandra and Karina Montaner among others. She received the "Best Actress of the Year Award" given by the Theater Critics Association of Puerto Rico for her lead role in El Lado Obscuro del Espejo in 1993. She can be seen soon, in the made for TV movie Indigo produced by Von Marie Mendez.

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Nov 25, 1952
San Juan

on July 23, 2013


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