Bárbara Mori Biography Age, Height, Movies, Wiki

Bárbara Mori
Bárbara Mori

Barbara Mori Ochoa (Montevideo, Uruguay, February 2, 1978) is a naturalized Mexican Uruguayan actress.

Early Life of Barbara Mori:

Of Spanish, Lebanese, and Japanese ancestry, at the age of three, his parents divorced, leaving his two brothers in charge of his father. He spent his childhood traveling between Mexico and Uruguay, when he was 12 years old, he moved to Mexico City with his father and brothers to live and settle permanently.

At the age of 14, while helping at her father’s pizzeria, called “La Nona” in the Colonia Insurgentes Mixcoac in Mexico, she met the designer Marcos Toledo, with whom she worked as a model for some years.

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After bankrupting the pizzeria She worked for a time at the Japanese restaurant “Chico” located in the Del Valle neighborhood; She later began acting studies at CEA Televisa, which she did not complete.

In 1996 she began studying at the (CEFAC) Center for Actual Training Studies of TV Azteca. In 2002 she became a Mexican citizen.

Personal Information of Barbara Mori:

  • Full Name: Bárbara Mori Ochoa
  • Nick Name: Barbara
  • Birthday: February 2, 1978
  • Age: 42 Years, Old
  • Nationality: Mexican
  • Sun Sign: Aquarius
  • Born In: Montevideo
  • Famous As: Film Actress
  • Height: 5’6″ (168 cm),
  • Spouse/Ex-: Kenneth Ray Sigman (M. 2016)
  • Father: Yuyi Mori
  • Mother: Rosario Ochoa
  • Siblings: Kenya Mori, Kintaró Mori
  • Children: Jr., Sergio Mayer Bretón
  • Height: 5’6″ (168 cm),
  • Weight: 55 kg in Pounds- 121.25 lbs
  • Bra Size: 34C
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Green
  • Sexual Orientation: Straight
  • Distinctive Features: Beautiful Blue-Green Eyes
  • Measurements: 37-24-36 in or 94-61-91.5 cm
  • Dress Size: 6 (US) or 36 (EU)
  • Shoe Size : 7 (US) or 37 (EU)
  • Active from: 1997-present

Personal Life of Barbara Mori:

At age 19, she had an affair with the Mexican actor and producer Sergio Mayer with whom she has a son, born in February 1998. The couple separated on good terms because they never married and successfully shared custody of their son.

Professional Life of Barbara Mori:

She began her career participating in the soap operas of TV Azteca. Her first melodrama was Tric-Trac in 1997. However, she Mori rose to fame playing Mónica, in Mirada de mujer, in 1997. She later stars in Azul tequila.

In 1999, she moved to Miami for a year to star in I die for you. In 2001 she participated in Amores, amar con alevosía. She then plays her first role as a villain in Súbete a mi moto in 2002.

In 2003, she had short participation in Mirada de Mujer, el return. She also played Fernanda in Shameless Love alongside José Ángel Llamas with Telemundo.

In 2004 she signed a contract with the Televisa network and starred in Rubí, alongside Eduardo Santamarina, Jacqueline Bracamontes, and Sebastián Rulli.

Her first participation in the cinema was with Inspiración, in 2001.

In 2005 he starred in the film My Brother’s Woman, based on the homonymous novel by Jaime Bayly, recorded in Santiago de Chile, with Peruvian, Argentine, Mexican, and United States production. This film received mixed reviews. In addition, too, she does the Spanish voice for Latin America for Cappy, in the animated film, Robots.

In 2016, she returns to the cinema with the movie Thirty, Single and Fantastic, where she plays Inés Duarte, a writer who seeks to rethink her life after her boyfriend cuts her off. The film managed to position itself as one of the highest-grossing films of the year.

Movies List of Barbara Mori:

Movie TitleYear
Tric Trac1997
Al norte del corazón1997
Mirada de mujer1997–98
Azul Tequila1998–99
Me muero por ti1999-00
Amores, querer con alevosía2001
Vaselina, el musical2001
Vaselina, al revés2002
Celos dije2002
Súbete A Mi Moto2002–03
Mirada de mujer: El regreso2003–04
Amor Descarado2003–04
La mujer de mi hermano2005
Por siempre2007
Cosas insignificantes2008
Amor, dolor y viceversa2009
1 a Minute2010
El coleccionista2010
Viento en Contra2011
Dos Lunas2014

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