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birth date:
September 02, 1966

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Coatzacoal- cos, Veracruz, Mexico

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Salma Hayek has charisma and a great presence. Salma Hayek gives off the impression that if she becomes irate, she'll throw anything within reach at your head. We love that; it's called passion.

Salma Hayek has appeared in a wide variety of films including; Frida, Once Upon a Time in Mexico , Desperado, From Dusk 'Til Dawn, 54, and Wild, Wild West.


Available to buy:

Frida
DVD
cover

Frida
VHS Tape
cover

Frida (Music from the Motion Picture) [ENHANCED]
Audio CD

Academy Award Winning Movies - Volume I (Chicago & Frida & Life is Beautiful)
DVD
cover

Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo
by Hayden Herrera
Book
cover

Frida Kahlo: The Paintings
by Hayden Herrera
Book
cover

Frida (advance),
Movie-Original Poster, 27x41

Desperado (Special Edition)
DVD
cover

Desperado (Superbit Collection)
DVD
cover

Desperado
VHS Tape
cover

Desperado
(Widescreen Edition)
VHS Tape
cover

Once Upon a Time in Mexico
& Desperado
DVD

Desperado & El Mariachi
(Special Editions)
DVD
cover

Superbit Collection 3-Pack (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon & The Fifth Element & Desperado)
DVD
Desperado: The Soundtrack
[SOUNDTRACK]
Audio CD

Desperado,
Movie-Reprint Poster, 27x41

Desperado,
Movie-Original Poster, 27x40


 
 
                          

. Salma Hayek

Frida (2002)

Title: Frida
Released: 2002
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 123 min
Country: USA / Canada / Mexico
Language: English / Russian / Spanish

Tagline: Prepare to be seduced

Plot Summary: "Frida" chronicles the life Frida Kahlo (Salma Hayek) shared unflinchingly and openly with Diego Rivera (Alfred Molina), as the young couple took the art world by storm. From her complex and enduring relationship with her mentor and husband to her illicit and controversial affair with Leon Trotsky, to her provocative and romantic entanglements with women, Frida Kahlo lived a bold and uncompromising life as a political, artistic, and sexual revolutionary.

Comments: Salma Hayek is terrific. This is a breakthrough film for Salma Hayek. She is terrific as Frida, the 20th Century Mexican artist whose bold art and passion for life was only matched in intensity by the physical difficulties she faced in life.
Hopefully this role will enable Hayek to capture more serious scripts in the future. To date, she had been cast in "look how pretty I am" roles that featured her considerable physical beauty rather than her acting prowess. Here, she is convincing as the complex Frida and demonstrates a real range as an actress. Her performance comes at a time when Hollywood could really use a beautiful actress who can actually act.
The film itself is beautifully shot and manages to capture early-20th Century Mexico in a romantic way. The communist party subplots are amusing, particularly in our post-communism world.


Scene Description: Salma Hayek giving us a look at her great breasts while having sex with a guy in a closet, and then stumbling out and trying to button her shirt up afterwards.

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Scene Description: Salma Hayek having a cast taken off her torso to reveal her great breasts.

..Movie Stills

Scene Description: Salma Hayek laying completely nude with her hand between her legs as Karine Plantadit-Bageot drops out of her robe to go fully nude too, and then we see them rubbing up against each other in a nice lesbian love scene.

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Scene Description: Salma Hayek seen in the distance running topless, and then seen again topless as she morphs into one of Frida Kahlo's paintings.

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Available to buy:
 Frida (DVD)
 Frida (VHS)
 Academy Award Winning Movies - Volume I (Chicago & Frida & Life is Beautiful) (DVD)
 Frida (Music from the Motion Picture) [ENHANCED] (Audio CD)
 Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo -- by Hayden Herrera (Book)
 Frida Kahlo: The Paintings -- by Hayden Herrera (Book)
 Frida (advance), Movie-Original Poster, 27x41

Desperado (1995)

Title: Desperado
Released: 1995
Genre: Action / Romance / Thriller /
Runtime: 106 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Tagline: When the smoke clears, it just means he's reloading.

Plot Summary: With this sequel to his prize-winning independent previous film, "El Mariachi," director Robert Rodriquez joins the ranks of Sam Peckinpah and John Woo as a master of slick, glamorized ultra-violence. We pick up the story as a continuation of "El Mariachi," where an itinerant musician, looking for work, gets mistaken for a hitman and thereby entangled in a web of love, corruption, and death. This time, he is out to avenge the murder of his lover and the maiming of his fretting hand, which occurred at the end of the earlier movie. However, the plot is recapitulated, and again, a case of mistaken identity leads to a very high body count, involvement with a beautiful woman who works for the local drug lord, and finally, the inevitable face-to-face confrontation and bloody showdown.

Comments: Awsome! Lots of fun to watch! 10/10. Desperado is one of my favorite action movies of all time. Robert Rodregiez and Quentin Tarrantino are a great movie making team. I enjoy their movies allot. (Minor Spoilers) Desperado is about a guitarist who calls himself El Mariachi who out to avenge his girlfriend's death. That is the whole thing but don’t go thinking this is a drama because it isn’t. It has allot of humor in it like the beginning when Steve Buscemi talks to the bartender. This is one of my favorite movies and I rate it a 10/10


Scene Description: Salma Hayek in a nude love scene with Antonio Banderas in Desperado.

..Movie Stills
Available to buy:
 Desperado (Special Edition) (DVD)
 Desperado (Superbit Collection) (DVD)
 Desperado (VHS)
 Desperado (Widescreen Edition) (VHS)
 Once Upon a Time in Mexico & Desperado (DVD)
 Desperado & El Mariachi (Special Editions) (DVD)
 Superbit Collection 3-Pack (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon & The Fifth Element & Desperado) (DVD)
 Desperado: The Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK] (Audio CD)
 Desperado, Movie-Reprint Poster by Unknown, 27x41
 Desperado, Movie-Original Poster, 27x40

Trivia
Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world [1996]

Is dyslexic.

Was ranked 8th of the 100 Sexiest Women by FHM Taiwan (2001).

Frequently collaborates with Antonio Banderas and Robert Rodriguez.

Fluent in English, Arabic, Spanish and Portugese

Was originally considered for the part of Alicia Larde in A beautiful mind because the character in real life is from El Salvador. But the character for the film was later changed to American and given to Jennifer Connelly.

Salma is an Arabic name that means "peace" or "calm".

Godmother to Robert Rodriguez's children

Measurements: 36C-25-37 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

She is the first Latin American actress to be nominated for an Academy Award in the leading actress category.

She was sent to a boarding school in Louisiana at age 12, but was soon sent back home after getting in trouble for frequently terrorizing the nuns!

Father is great-grandson of a Lebanese immigrant. The remaining 7 of her 8 great-grandparents were Mexican.

Father was born in Lebanon and came to Mexico to start a small business where he met Salma's mother.

Studied International Relations & Drama at College in Mexico City.

Won Best Newcomer at the 1989 Novela Awards for "Nuevo Amanecer". (1989)

Has her own production company, Ventanarosa.


Personal quotes

"My driving abilities from Mexico have helped me get through Hollywood."

"I keep waiting to meet a man who has more balls than I do."

"I act tall!" "But look how short I am...I can't even act to be tall. I'm five-two. I can't even create the illusion that I am tall!"

"I don't believe in the so-called Latino explosion when it comes to movies. Jennifer Lopez doesn't have an accent. She grew up in New York speaking English not Spanish. Her success is very important because she represents a different culture, but it doesn't help me. I grew up in Mexico, not the US, and the fact is that there just aren't any parts for Latin actresses. I have to persuade people that my accent won't be a problem, but an asset. Everyone's afraid of doing something a bit risky. Everyone wants a $200 million hit and anything they think might get in the way of that kind of success is considered a liability."

"[On Filming Once Upon a Time in Mexico]. It was very hard. The singing gave me diarrhoea."

"I'm a bit of an abstract figure that people can project their fantasies on; it's pretty much what we all are, otherwise we wouldn't be stars, and people wouldn't be interested. But people project things on you that have nothing to do with what you really are, or they see a little something and then exaggerate it. And you can't really control that. Robert Rodriguez saw me as very sexy for Desperado, but that's not the only thing that I am."

"When I was in Mexico, I never had this sexy image. I was not a sex symbol or anything I think it's great that people find me sexy - as long as they realize there is a lot more than just that I am not this perfect, huge woman. Actually, I'm very short, and people, when they see me in these films, think I am a statue. That was an illusion created by Robert Rodriguez, and everybody bought it. I don't reject my sexuality. But I have been studying acting for 10 years. I can do a lot more than dance with a snake."

"I always wanted to be an actress ever since I was a little girl, but later I tried to convince myself that's not what I wanted. That I wanted to settle down with a stable career. That's what everybody else was doing, and it's what my parents expected of me. So, I tried to put that part of me away. but, I couldn't fool myself."

"When I finally decided to leave school and pursue acting, my parents didn't take it very lightly. My friends thought that it was the tackiest thing they'd ever heard of. Acting was really beneath them. They couldn't believe that I would want to become an actress. Not now, of course."

"When I first came to Hollywood I was told to go out with an agent because it was good for my career. So I went to a party with him because it was good for my 'career.' Well, he thought the whole thing was a big date. Needless to say, I was very upset"

"You know how macho boys get when they're all together? Well, the set of Desperado was like that. They were all trying to put me down, saying, 'Bring on the stuntwoman, Salma can't do that.' But I did everything. The scene where Antonio and I jump across two buildings was great. They put cables on us and it really was like flying. I didn't want to stop. I kept saying, 'Can we do it one more time?' I had a blast..."

"I'm a sucker for talent. I think it's the sexiest thing in the world. I'd like them to have a sense of adventure and fun. Loyalty, obviously. And some sense of humor. But I don't like the really funny ones. You always have to laugh at the jokes. It makes me nervous."

"It breaks my heart because there are some parts I know I would have the right spirit for, and I just don't get them because I have an accent."

"When I'm doing a movie, that's when I relax. As stressful as it can be, as much pressure as it should be, making movies is still the place where I feel the most at ease and I truly enjoy it. That's why I make so many."

"Life is tough, and if you have the ability to laugh at it you have the ability to enjoy it."


Salma Hayek - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)


Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003) .... Carolina
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) .... Cesca Giggles
Frida (2002) .... Frida Kahlo
In the Time of the Butterflies (2001) (TV) .... Minerva
... aka En el tiempo de las mariposas (2001) (TV)
Hotel (2001) .... Charlee Boux
Traffic (2000) (uncredited) .... Rosario, Madrigal's Mistress
... aka Traffic - Die Macht des Kartells (2001) (Germany)
Gran vida, La (2000) .... Lola
... aka Living It Up (2000) (International: English title)
Chain of Fools (2000) .... Kolko
Timecode (2000) .... Rose

Wild Wild West (1999) .... Rita Escobar
Coronel no tiene quien le escriba, El (1999) .... Julia
... aka No One Writes to the Colonel (1999) (International: English title)
... aka Pas de lettre pour le colonel (1999) (France)
... aka Personne n'écrit au colonel (1999) (France)
Dogma (1999) .... Serendipity
Faculty, The (1998) .... Nurse Rosa Harper
Velocity of Gary, The (1998) .... Mary Carmen
54 (1998) .... Anita Randazzo
... aka Fifty-Four (1998)
Sistole Diastole (1997) .... Carmelita
Breaking Up (1997) .... Monica
Hunchback, The (1997) (TV) .... Esmeralda
Fools Rush In (1997) .... Isabel Fuentes
"Vuelo del águila, El" (1996) TV Series .... Juana Cata
Fled (1996) .... Cora
Follow Me Home (1996)
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) .... Santanico Pandemonium
Fair Game (1995) .... Rita
Four Rooms (1995) .... TV Dancing Girl
Desperado (1995) .... Carolina
Callejón de los milagros, El (1995) .... Alma
... aka Midaq Alley (1995)
... aka Miracle Alley (1995) (Australia)
Roadracers (1994) (TV) .... Donna
... aka Rebel Highway (1994) (TV)
"Sinbad Show, The" (1993) TV Series .... Gloria Contreras (1993)
... aka "Sinbad" (1993) (UK)
Mi vida loca (1993) .... Gata
... aka My Crazy Life (1993)

"Teresa" (1989) TV Series .... Teresa
"Nuevo amanecer, Un" (1988) TV Series


Salma Hayek - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Oprah Winfrey Show, The" (1986) playing "Herself" 19 September 2003
"Tinseltown.TV" (2002) playing "Herself" 13 September 2003
"God kveld Norge" (1998) playing "Herself" 6 September 2003
"Saturday Night Live" (1975) playing "Host" (episode # 28.15) 15 March 2003
"This Morning" (1988) playing "Herself" 13 February 2003
"Otro rollo con: Adal Ramones" (1997) playing "Herself" 5 November 2002
"Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The" (1992) playing "Herself" 17 October 2001
"Revealed with Jules Asner" (2001) playing "Herself" in episode: "Salma Hayek"
"Action" (1999) playing "Herself" in episode: "Re-Enter the Dragon" (episode # 1.2) 16 September 1999
"Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) playing "Herself" 28 August 1998
"Rosie O'Donnell Show, The" (1996) playing "Herself" 11 March 1997
"Nurses" (1991) playing "Yolanda Cuevas" in episode: "One Pequeno, Two Pequeno" (episode # 2.11) 5 December 1992
"Dream On" (1990) playing "Carmela" in episode: "Domestic Bliss" (episode # 3.20) 10 October 1992